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Tribute® Ultra GH - 50 lbs

Product Code: 61-3999
BRAND: Tribute® Equine Nutrition
Item #: 61-3999
Tribute® Ultra GH - 50 lbs

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$26.95

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Protein 12% - Fat 8% - Fiber 12%

Form: Pelleted

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Tribute® Ultra GH™ , a higher fat, pelleted feed with added gastrointestal support for performance horses/

Protein 12% - Fat 8% - Fiber 12%
Form: Pelleted

Product Details:

    •Formulated with Tribute's TRIPLE THREAT Gut Health Approach:
      • Equi-Ferm XL™ microencapsulated active dry yeast; acts both as a pre-and probiotic to increase total diet digestibility and improve overall gut health.
      • Specific organic minerals shown to controlled universities studies to promote a healthy stomac lining.
      Direct-fed microbials that are heat stable and support gastric integrity, especially during times of stress.
    High fat and highly digestible fiber for calmer performances without loss of energy or condition.
    •Provides optimal balance of amino acids for muscle maintenance and recovery.
    Organic minerals help to replenish body tissue stores depleted during normal daily activiies and exercise.
    • Provides fatty acid, Omega 3 and 6, for healthy skin, healthy hair coats, top performances, and quicker recovery.
    • Optimium levels of antioxidants Vitamin E, fatty acids, and antioxidants to meet all nutritional requirements, for healthy hair coats, and support of muscle maintenance.
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Additional Information

Size 50 lb
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Feeding Directions

feeding_directions

Training LevelUltra GH® lb per day
Mature Weight: 660 - 880 lbs
Idle 3 -6
Light Training 4 -7
Moderate Training 5 - 9
Intense Training 6 - 10
Mature Weight: 880 - 1,100 lbs
Idle 4 - 8
Light Trainging 5 - 10
Moderate Training 6 - 12
Intense Training 7 - 14
Mature Weight: 1,100 - 1,300 lb
Idle 5 - 10
Light Training 6 - 12
Moderate Training 7 - 14
Intense Training 8 - 16
Guaranteed Analysis

guaranteed_analysis

Crude Protein (Min.) .......................................................12.00%
Lysine (Min.) .....................................................................0.90%
Methionine (Min.)...............................................................0.30%
Methionine & Cystine (Min.) .............................................0.50%
Threonine (Min.)................................................................0.60%
Crude Fat (Min.) ...............................................................8.00%
Crude Fiber (Max.) .........................................................12.00%
Calcium (Ca) (Min.)...........................................................0.80%
Calcium (Ca) (Max.) .........................................................1.30%
Phosphorus (P) (Min.).......................................................0.60%
Salt (NaCl) (Min.) .............................................................1.00%
Salt (NaCl) (Max.) ............................................................1.50%
Potassium (K) (Min.) ........................................................1.00%
Magnesium (Mg) (Min.)....................................................0.30%
Copper (Cu) Min)........................................................... 50 ppm
Zinc (Zn) (Min.)............................................................ 200 ppm
Manganese (Mn) (Min.) .............................................. 130 ppm
Cobalt (Co) (Min.) ........................................................... 2 ppm
Iron (Fe) (Min.)............................................................ 300 ppm
Iodine (I) (Min.) ............................................................ 1.4 ppm
Selenium (Se) (Min.)................................................... .0.6 ppm
Vitamin A (Min.) .......................................................7,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D (Min.) .......................................................1.000 IU/lb
Vitamin E (Min.)...........................................................300 IU/lb
Vitamin C (Min.) ....................................................... 100 mg/lb
Biotin (Min.) ................................................................3.0 mg/lb
Thiamine (Min.)...........................................................4.5 mg/lb
Riboflavin (Min.) ............................................................2 mg/lb
Omega 6 fatty acids (Min.)...............................................3.75%
Omega 3 fatty acids (Min.)...............................................0.80%
Saccharomyces cerevisiae (Min.) ............... 435 million CFU/lb
Direct-Fed Microorganisms (Min.)................ 700 million CFU/lb
Cellulase (Aspergillus Oryzae) (Min)..............9.6 Enzyme Units
Protease (Aspergillus Oryzae) (Min) .............12 Enzyme Units
Lipase (Aspergillus Oryzae) (Min)..................3.6 Enzyme Units
Hemicellulase (Aspergillus Niger) (Min) ..... 10.8 Enzyme Units
Phytase (Trichoderma reesei) (Min) ......................... 55 FTU/lb
NSC (non-structural carbohydrates = sugar + starch) (Max.).................21.50%

*(Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bacillus subtilus, Bacillus linchenformis, Bacillus coagulans, Enterococcus faecium, Bifidobacterium thermophilum, and Bifidobacterium longum) *An Enzyme Unit is defined as milligrams of substrate liberated/minute/lb. of feed.

*A Phytase Unit (FTU) is defined as the quantity of enzyme which liberates one micromole of inorganic phosphate per minute from sodium phytate at 37┬░C, 5.5 pH. This feed contains a dry source of cellulase that breaks down cellulose, a dry source of protease that hydrolyzes proteins and increases the digestibility of protein in soybean meal-based diets, a dry source of lipase that hydrolyzes triglycerides, a dry source of hemicellulase that breaks down hemicellulose, and a dry source of phytase which hydrolyzes phytate and increases the digestibility of phytin-bound phosphorous.