AniMed Vitamin E and Selenium with Zinc


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Product Summary:

AniMed™ Vitamin E & Selenium with Zinc
AniMed's Vitamin E and Selenium oral feed powder supplement for horses is formulated to supply supplemental Vitamin E and Selenium that may be lacking or in insufficient quantities in the horse's normal diet.
GUARANTEED ANALYSIS:  Each pound contains (not less than): 
Crude Protein (min) 6%
Crude Fat (min) 9%
Crude Fiber (min) 12%
Vitamin E 20,000 IU 
Selenium (min) ....40mg ... 88ppm
Selenium (max) ... 45mg ... 100ppm
Zinc.....64mg.... 140ppm
INGREDIENTS:  Stabilized Rice Bran, Dl-alpha Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E), Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Calcium Carbonate, Selenium Yeast, Silica, Brewers Yeast, Distillers Dried Grains, Silicon Dioxide, Zinc Sulfate.
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Helps keep my horses muscles relaxed. I notice a definite change when he is not on a good quality vitamin E and selenium. Nice granular texture which sticks to the feed and does not blow away. My horse has no objection to the taste.
Jane D on Sep 4, 2015
Website had the information I couldn't find on other websites. In the Great Lakes region, we have no selenium in the soil, and our horse was tying up.
Christine R on May 30, 2014
I am treating a mini horse with ligament issues and am hoping that the extra Vitamin E will help her movement.
cheryl m on Jun 3, 2015
Marilyn S on Apr 3, 2014
I used to be able to buy vitamin E by itself, don't know why this has selenium too, but I worry about selenium toxicity with this, do you know anything about it? Thanks much!

A shopper on Sep 22, 2013
Best Answer: I've been using the Animed products for years now and I'm very satisfied. The Vit E supplements now are almost always accompanied with selenium as they work best together for muscle health. Most horses are lacking in selenium so there's very little risk as most areas are selenium poor in their hay. Just be careful that if you use other supplements that are also enriched in selenium that they don't run too high. All my jumpers are on this Vit E supplement.
Reply · Report · Chantal L on Oct 8, 2013
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How do i find an all in one vitamin that carries all the vitamin and minerals that my horse needs so I can put it in her feed daily-the labels on my feed and suppliments may say they contain something,but don't give you amounts or what they are for-also minerals and amino acids
I'm afraid of toxicity and she is a hot horse.?
A shopper on Jan 27, 2015
Best Answer: I would say the Animed Vitamin E and Selenium is intended for selenium deficient horses (like mine was) or horses grazing in areas with low selenium, like the area where I live. The Vit. E is in it to help improve the selenium absorption. Because it is possible for horses to get selenium toxicity (though it takes a LOT), I wouldn't chose this supplement unless my horse had a known deficiency and/or grazed in an area lacking selenium. Otherwise, the horse is probably getting enough selenium from his normal feed and mineral block.

I tended to feed my horse an all-in-one feed (grain, vitamins and minerals, fat, etc.), but he was geriatric and overly thin. (He's since passed away, but he lived to be nearly 30.) I have a new horse, and I'm figuring out her diet, but I am not currently providing any supplements for her. My neighbor's horse doesn't need grain (easy keeper and hot), so she just uses a little NW supplement (a good general vitamin and mineral feed supplement for our area) and that seems to supplement his grass hay or grass sufficiently.

Unless your horse has a particular deficiency (or gets feed that's low in nutrients), I'm not sure she needs supplements. Most horses I've kept, I've simply fed quality hay and sometimes grain and supplemented with a trace mineral block (w/selenium). I only started adding supplements on my vet's recommendation (made after a physical exams and blood tests), first to address my horse's selenium deficiency and later to support his nutritional health in his "golden years."

That said, I've had many horse friends who swear by "Smart Packs" (expensive, but tailored to particular needs your horse may have), so that may be a better direction to go than just shopping randomly online. (Still, I'd partner with your vet to determine what your horse really needs.)
Reply · Report · Carolyn C on Feb 12, 2015
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Does this product have any GMOs or chemicals in it? Also, where is it sourced? Would like to know about purity of product. Thank you.
Stacie on Aug 18, 2015
Best Answer: We would suggest contacting AniMed directly to verify.
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Aug 19, 2015
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