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Superstride + Vitamins and Minerals

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Superstide+ Vitamins, Mineral and Trace element chelated thrive dose, gives you better results time and time again.

Superstride+ has been used on Irish and UK farms since 1989.

The product contains a specific blend of vitamins, minerals and trace element that work to improve beef and dairy yields.

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SuperStride + High Performing AnimalsVitamins and minerals, Superstride

Vitamins and minerals. Try our patented combination of slow-release minerals, vitamins and trace elements.

Customers who use Superstride+ also see an increase in animal appetite, weight gains, milk production and milk fat %. Increased general health and immunity as well as faster recovery times.

100% natural Super Stride + Vitamins and minerals compliments other program’s and treatments.

Save time and money by buying online now, just add to your cart and check out. We will then ship direct to your home or farm.

 Vitamins and Minerals

“Proper mineral and vitamin nutrition contributes to strong immune systems, reproductive performance, and calf weight gain. Diets with mineral imbalances may cause poor animal performance, resulting in reduced profitability.”

Calcium,

is an important mineral for beef cattle. Both in terms of the relative requirement and the diversity of functions in the body. It is a major component of the skeleton, which also serves as a calcium storage site.

Phosphorus,

along with calcium, is a major component in bone structure with over 80% of the phosphorus in the body residing in bone and teeth. However, phosphorus has many other important physiological roles including cell growth and differentiation; energy utilization and transfer; cell membrane structure, primarily as phospholipids; and acid-base and osmotic balances. Phosphorus is also required by ruminal microorganisms for growth and cellular metabolism. Signs of phosphorus deficiency include:

  • Osteomalacia: weak, brittle bones caused by demineralization of bones in adult animals.
  • Infertility.
  • Reduced feed intake, growth and feed efficiency.
  • Reduced milk production.
  • Pica (chewing and gnawing wood and other objects).

Potassium (K),

is the third most abundant mineral in the animal’s body. It is important in acid-base balance, regulation of osmotic pressure and water balance, muscle contractions, nerve impulses, and certain enzyme reactions. Signs of potassium deficiency include:

  • Reduced feed intake and weight gain.
  • Pica (chewing and gnawing wood and other objects).
  • Rough haircoat.
  • Muscular weakness.

Magnesium,

is closely related to calcium and phosphorus in function and distribution in the body. This mineral is known to activate at least 300 different enzymes. Magnesium is essential in energy metabolism, transmission of the genetic code, membrane transport, and nerve impulse transmissions. Magnesium is available in several common forms with the most common being magnesium oxide and magnesium sulfate (epsom salts). Signs of magnesium deficiency include:

  • Excitability.
  • Anorexia.
  • Hyperemia.
  • Convulsions and muscular twitching.
  • Frothing at the mouth.
  • Profuse salivation.
  • Calcification of soft tissue.
  • Grass tetany.

Copper,

is an important co-factor in many enzyme systems including those involved in hemoglobin formation. Iron absorption and mobilization, connective tissue metabolism, and immune function. Signs of copper deficiency include:

  • Anemia.
  • Reduced growth rate.
  • Depigmentation (dulling) of hair and rough hair coat.
  • Diarrhea.
  • Reduced fertility.
  • Increased incidence of abomasul ulcers in newborn calves.
  • Reduced immune function; increased bacterial infections.

Cobalt’s,

primary role in ruminants is a building block for vitamin B12. This essential vitamin can be manufactured in the rumen by the microorganisms when cobalt and other precursors are available.

Iron,

is an essential component in the structure of proteins involved in transportation and utilization of oxygen. Signs of iron deficiency may include:

  • Anemia.
  • Anorexia.
  • Reduced growth rate or increased rate of weight loss.
  • Listlessness.
  • Pale mucous membranes.
  • Atrophy of the papillae of the tongue.

Iodine,

is an essential component of the thyroid hormones which regulate the rate of energy metabolism in the body. Signs of iodine deficiency include:

  • Swelling of the thyroid gland, particularly in the newborns.
  • Hairless, weak calves at birth.
  • Low reproductive rate in cows.
  • Retained placenta.
  • Decreased libido and semen quality in males.

Manganese,

is important in bone growth and formation in young animals and in maintaining optimum fertility in female cattle. Signs of manganese deficiency include:

  • Skeletal abnormalities in young cattle resulting in stiffness, twisted legs, enlarged joints, and reduced bone strength.
  • Low reproductive performance in mature cattle.
  • Abortions.
  • Stillbirths.
  • Low birth weights.

Zinc,

is an essential component of a number of important metabolic enzymes and it serves to activate numerous other enzymes. Signs of zinc deficiency include:

  • Reduced feed intake and growth rate.
  • Listlessness.
  • Excessive salivation.
  • Reduced testicular growth.
  • Swollen, cracked hooves.
  • Skin lesions (parakeratosis).
  • Failed or slowed wound healing.
  • Reduced fertility in cows and bulls.

 Vitamin and Mineral Nutrition of Grazing Cattle – Department of Animal Science – Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service – Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources – Oklahoma State University.

http://pods.dasnr.okstate.edu/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-2032/E-861web.pdf

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Additional information

Weight 2.5 kg
Size

Box (6 x2.5lt), 2.5lt, 1lt, 500ml, 250ml, 125ml

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