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Organic Iodine 40This page contains information on Organic Iodine 40 for veterinary use.
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- Organic Iodine 40 Indications
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Organic Iodine 40This treatment applies to the following species:
For use in supplying a nutritional level of iodine to cattle, sheep, swine and poultry.
GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: Iodine - 7.30% (minimum) equivalent to 41,650 mg EDDI/lb in salt base.
Directions For Use
Organic Iodine 40 should be premixed before adding to feed to insure proper distribution.
CATTLE: To obtain approximately 10 mg EDDI/head/day.
Protein Mix: Mix 0.25 lb. of Organic Iodine 40 per ton of protein mix. Feed at the rate of not more than 2 lbs./head/day.
Grain Mix: Mix 0.05 lb. of Organic Iodine 40 per ton of grain mix. Feed at the rate of not more than 10 lbs./head/day.
Mineral Mix: Mix 0.20 lb. of Organic Iodine 40 per 100 lbs. free choice mineral. Feed at the rate of 2 oz./head/day.
SHEEP: Mix 0.10 lb. or Organic Iodine 40 per 100 lbs. of salt. Offer mixture as the sole source of salt either free choice or use at a rate of 10 lbs. per ton of complete feed.
SWINE AND POULTRY: Mix 0.10 lb. of Organic Iodine 40 with 100 lbs. of salt. Replace salt in complete feed with this mixture.
IMPORTANT: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. FOR ANIMAL USE ONLY, NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION.
MANUFACTURED FOR: Aspen Veterinary Resources Ltd.; 3155 W. Heartland Drive, Liberty, MO 64068, USA
40 X 454 gm packets
A363EZP Rev. 3-13
NAC No.: 14752710
3155 W. HEARTLAND DRIVE, LIBERTY, MO, 64068
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