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Finish Line U-7 (Canada)This page contains information on Finish Line U-7 for veterinary use.
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Finish Line U-7This treatment applies to the following species:
QUALITY HORSE PRODUCTS™
LIQUID VITAMIN & MINERAL FEED SUPPLEMENT FOR HORSES
Registration No. 880267
Directions for Use: SHAKE WELL BEFORE USING.
Mix U-7 Vitamin & Mineral Supplement in the horse’s daily ration as follows:
1) 60 ml in the morning and 60 ml in the evening for 30 days.
2) Then, 30 ml in the morning and 30 ml in the evening.
Feeding vitamins other than vitamin A, D, & E, riboflavin, pyridoxine and thiamin to horses may not have a beneficial effect.
This product must be agitated while being dispensed or fed. The viscosity of this product will vary inversely with temperature.
This product weighs 1.02 grams per ml at 20°C.
Vitamin E (min)
Vitamin C (min)
Salt (NaCl) (act)
INGREDIENTS: Vitamin E, vitamin C, sodium chloride, vinegar, honey, dehydrated carrot, dried brewer’s yeast, dehydrated licorice, apple flavour (reg. No. 980055), xanthan gum, sodium benzoate, FD & C yellow #5, FD & C blue #1.
100% satisfaction guaranteed
Call 800/762-4242 Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Central Time
Product of U.S.A.
Registered and Manufactured by: Finish Line® Horse Products, Inc., Quality A Family Tradition™, P.O. Box 1000, Bensenville, IL 60160
©2011 Finish Line® Horse Products, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
NET CONTENT 1.89 litres, 3.78 litres
NAC No.: 13410071
P.O. BOX 1000, BENSENVILLE, IL, 60106
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