Rice Bran OilThis page contains information on Rice Bran Oil for veterinary use.
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Rice Bran OilThis treatment applies to the following species:
PURE - 100% Natural
First Companion Rice Bran Oil is recommended for horses of all ages and classes as a balanced source of energy, calories, vitamins and fatty acids Rice Bran Oil has been used to fit horses for performance, show event and sales.
First Companion Rice Bran Oil is a pure and natural product; some of the nutritional components in Rice Bran Oil have a tendency to settle to the bottom of the jug. This is normal and expected.
First Companion Rice Bran Oil is pure with no additives. To ensure freshness we recommend the entire container should be consumed within two months of breaking the seal. Refrigerating opened container may extend shelf-life.
Directions For Use
Horses 1000lbs, feed 4 ounces daily mixed with normal feed ration. As a general rule of good feeding practice, Rice Bran Oil should be introduced gradually. Amount and frequency may be varied as necessary or, as directed by a veterinarian.
INGREDIENTS: Rice Bran Oil
GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: Total Fatty Acids (min) 90%, Unsaponifiable matter (max) 2%, Insoluble impurities (max) 1%, Free Fatty Acids (% as Olecic Acid) (max) 7%, Moisture (max) 0.50%, Vitamin E (min) 200 IU/lb
Store at 65° to 75°F in a dry, odor free area.
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE.
FOR ANIMAL USE ONLY.
KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.
Manufactured for: Aspen Veterinary Resources,® Ltd., Liberty, MO 64068, USA
1 GALLON (3.78 L)
UP TO A 32-DAY SUPPLY
NAC No.: 12730480
3155 W. HEARTLAND DRIVE, LIBERTY, MO, 64068
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