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Fastrack Equine Microbial & Enzyme Pack

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Fastrack Equine Microbial & Enzyme Pack

This treatment applies to the following species:
Company: Conklin

Contains a source of live naturally-occurring microorganisms. Contains a source of Protease and Bromelain for hydrolyzing protein. Contains a source of Cellulase for breaking down cellulose. Contains a source of alpha-Amylase for breaking down starch. Contains a source of Lipase for hydrolyzing triglycerides.

MINIMUM GUARANTEED ANALYSIS PER POUND: Total lactic acid-producing bacteria not less than 80 billion colony-forming units (Enterococcus faecium, Lactobacillus acidophilus); Acid protease (Aspergillus niger) not less than 4,800 acid protease units (ASPU) (ASPU is the quantity of enzyme required to produce amino acids equivalent to 100 µg of tyrosine in 1 mL of filtrate at 37°C over 60 minutes at pH 3.0.); Bromelain (pineapple) not less than 12,800 gelatin digestion units (GDU) (GDU is the amount of enzyme which will liberate one ìg of tyrosine after one minute of digestion at 37°C from a standard casein substrate at pH 7.0.); Cellulase (Trichoderma longibrachiatum) not less than 160,000 cellulase units (CU) (CU is the amount of activity that will produce a relative fluidity change of 1 in 5 minutes in a defined carboxymethyl cellulose substrate under the conditions of the assay at 40°C.); Fungal amylase (Aspergillus oryzae) not less than 40,000 sanstedt kneen blisch units (SKB) (SKB is the amount of enzyme which will liberate 1 mg of reducing sugar as maltose in 30 minutes at 40°C.); Fungal protease (Aspergillus oryzae) not less than 112,000 hemoglobin units (HUT) (HUT is the amount of enzyme that produces, in 1 minute under the specified conditions, a hydrolysate whose absorbance at 275 nm is the same as that of a solution containing 1.10 µg per mL of tyrosine in 0.006N hydrochloric acid.); Lipase (Candida rugosa) not less than 4,800 fungi lipase-international standard unit (FIP) (FIP is the quantity of a standard Lipase preparation that liberates the equivalent of 1 µmole of fatty acid from olive oil per minute under the described assay conditions. The specific activity is expressed in International FIP units per mg of enzyme preparation).

INGREDIENTS: Yeast culture, roughage products, calcium carbonate, dried chicory root, yeast extract, dried Aspergillus niger fermentation extract, dried Aspergillus oryzae fermentation extract, dried Trichoderma longibrachiatum fermentation extract, dried Candida rugosa fermentation extract, dried pineapple, sodium silico aluminate, vegetable oil, natural apple flavor, dried Enterococcus faecium fermentation product and dried Lactobacillus acidophilus fermentation product.



1/4 to 1 ounce per horse daily


1/2 ounce per horse daily


1/2 to 1 ounce per horse daily


1/2 to 1 ounce per mare daily

(One scoop equals 1/2 ounce and provides at least 2.5 Billion CFUs of Total lactic acid-producing bacteria)

PERISHABLE PRODUCT: Store in a cool, dry place not to exceed 75°F.

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Diamond V®

Conklin Company Inc., Animal Products Division, 551 Valley Park Drive, Shakopee, MN 55379 USA

©2012 Conklin Company, Inc.

Net Wt:


4 lb (1.82 kg)

456390 1012

12 lb (5.46 kg)

456392 1012

CPN: 10630220

Animal Products Division

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