Sweetlix 16:8 Meat Maker Goat Mineral is a loose mineral providing 100% of daily recommended amounts of trace minerals including copper and selenium. Fortified with vitamins A, D and E. Read More
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Sweetlix 16:8 Meat Maker™
Loose mineral providing 100% of daily recommended amounts of trace minerals including copper and selenium.
Features of Sweetlix 16:8 Meat Maker™:
- Fortified with vitamins A, D and E
- Designed to supplement forage/browse-based diets
- 2:1 calcium and phosphorous ratio
- Highly concentrated to ensure that goats get a full amount of needed minerals and vitamins
Do not feed to sheep, contains added copper.
Follow feeding directions.
Daily consumption of selenium should not exceed 0.7 mg per head. Should be fed free choice continuously as the sole free choice source of salt and minerals at the rate of 0.3 to 0.5 oz per head per day.
Comes in a 18 lb resealable pail.
Note: These can not be shipped to Canada.
- Brand: Sweetlix/Ridley Specialty
- Type: Mineral
- Form: Free Choice
- Size: 18 lb
Love this mineral! The bucket it comes in is pretty awesome as well.
"Best minerals I've used"
I love the results of these minerals. I wish I could drive down to my local feed store to get them, but they're worth the hassle. I've seen a complete turn around with my goats over all health.
all my goats love Sweetlix. Milk production increased 25% after introducing Sweetlix minerals. Mark & Jessieann Living Soils Garden Farm AZ.
"Best I've found"
"After trying numerous other ""big name"" brands of goat minerals, this one is by FAR the best product out there. We have noticed improved hoof condition, improved coat condition, and improved overall health. I love the fact that it's not 50% sodium/salt like many of the other brands out there. And the goats love this one too!"
"One of the best"
The 16:8 on the product title tells you that the makers of this product know what is most important. The calcium to phosphorous ratio. This ratio is so important especially for bucks. Sweet Lix gets it right. To bad its expensive to ship or I would order it more often.