KOHNKE'S OWN

Cell Provide

KOHNKE'S OWN

Cell Provide

KOHNKE'S OWN Cell Provide

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Cell-Provide provides a supplementary source of essential nutrients, blended as three separate Supplet pellets, to help avoid wastage due to sift-out, dust, and nutrient interaction. It is formulated to NRC (2007) standards to make up shortfalls in grain based feeds and stored hays given to horses, ponies and miniatures with access to minimal grass. Cell-Provide is a unique formulation designed to make-up shortfalls of a wide range of nutrients in the common feed mixes, hay and grass consumed by lighly worked adult equestrian and pleasure horses, ponies and miniatures on pasture and hay based diets.
  • Concentrated mineral, trace mineral and vitamin supplement for lightly worked horses and ponies.
  • Innovative 3 Supplet format prevent nutrient interactions between vitamins and trace minerals
  • Mixes well into grain, pelleted and textured hard feeds
  • Helps make up the nutrient shortfalls from grain, hay and pasture based diets

SKU: 1006718000

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