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dac® Oil

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dac® Oil
A Fat & Fatty Acid Supplement for all Classes of Horses for use in diets of all classes of horses for overall coat and skin health as well as weight gain.

  • Improves overall skin and coat condition
  • Add additional calories promoting weight gain or maintenance
  • Contains 2.5 times the energy of daily grain
  • Approved by the National Animal Supplement Council
  • Rich in the Omega fatty acids
  • Made in the USA
  • Features: 98% Fat Content, Blend of Vegetable Oils, Flaxseed Oil, Fish Oil
  • Special Ingredients: dac® Oil provides a balanced blend of vegetable and fish oils that can be fed to all classes of horses. The ingredients in dac® Oil help improve overall skin and coat quality as well as providing additional calories to assist in weight gain or weight maintenance during exercise
  • All Ingredients: Soybean oil, corn oil, flex seed oil, wheat germ oil, fish oil, rice oil, vitamin E supplement, citric acid (a preservative), natural and artificial flavor
  • Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Fat Min...98%, Total Free Fatty Acids...98%, Unsaponifiable Matter max...1.5%, Insoluble Impurities Max...1%, Moisture Max...1%
  • Feeding Directions: dac® Oil can be fed with either fortified or unfortified grains. Fortified grains contain added vitamins and minerals. dac® Oil can be fed to all types of horses. Feed dac® Oil at the following rates: Maintenance: 1 to 4 ounces per horse per day, Performance: 4 to 8 ounces per horse per day, Lactation: 5 to 8 ounces per horse per day, Weight Gain: 6 to 16 ounces per horse per day
  • dac Oil should be introduced into the diet gradually to avoid loose stool. If loose stool should occur decrease the amount of dac Oil until the horse properly adapts to the diet
  • Feeding rate based on a 1,000lb horse

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