EPIC Neonate Feed Supplement for Foals

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EPIC Neonate Feed Supplement for Foals

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Manufacturer: Bioniche Animal Health

Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein (min.) 43%, Crude Fat (min.) 30%, Ash (max.) 6%, Moisture (max.) 6%.

Ingredients: Pasteurized Spray Dried Whole Egg.

EPIC Neonate Feed Supplement for Foals Indications

EPIC is a source of high fat, high protein, readily assimilated complexes for the newborn foal. EPIC mixes easily, is conveniently dispensed for administration by farm staff to help reduce the need for night time emergency calls. It is economical to use.

Directions For Use

EPIC is given immediately after foaling and again in 6-8 hours, EPIC's spray-dried, whole-egg proteins help provide the best start to the foal's performance career. Mix with approximately 40 mL of vegetable oil into a paste consistency. Half of the preparation is given immediately, with the second 1/2 refrigerated and given 6-8 hours postpartum. One pouch provides both feedings.

Precaution(s): Storage: Store in a cool, dry place.

Presentation: EPIC is packaged in 25 g, foil pouches, 25 per box.

NAC No.: 11070013

BIONICHE ANIMAL HEALTH USA, INC.
1551 JENNINGS MILL RD., SUITE 3200A, BOGART, GA, 30622
Telephone:   706-549-4503
Order Desk:   888-549-4503
Fax:   706-548-0659
Website:   www.bionicheanimalhealth.com
Email:   vet.usa@bioniche.com
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