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Humavyte is a natural vitamin, chelated mineral and trace element liquid supplement.
It is an appetite stimulant.
- contains organic humic acids (known to be essential for gastrointestinal health and function in grazing animals
- maintains optimum essential nutrient levels under all feeding conditions
- maximizes overall health, vitality and performance
- imporves fertility and trace minderal deficiencies
- naturally fermented plant product inclusion
- stimulates the immune response
- stimulates microbial activity
- increases oxygen carrying capacity of blood
- the ingredients used are know to provide 48 minerals, 16 amino acids and 11 vitamins
- completely natural, organic ingredients with no added pharmaceutical compounds
- maximum absorption, maximum bioavailability and non-toxic
- contains chelated minerals which are efficiently absorbed and readily utilised
- rapidly stimulates the appetite and produces high coat quality
- improves feed conversion ratio
- replaces nutrients which may be deficient due to poor soil conditions
- highly palatable
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Administer orally over the tongue or place liquid on dry feed.
The protein content of Ranvet Humavyte is approximately 5% and energy content approximately 10.3MJ. Therefore, Humavyte should not be considered either as an energy nor protein source.
Maintenance doeses for horses, camels, cattle (over 300kg)20-40ml daily
Ponies, calves (under 300kg) 10-20ml daily
Sheep, goats, alpacas 5-10ml daily
Dogs 5ml daily
What does the term "chelated" mean when used to describe a mineral supplement?
Chelated basically means "firmly attached", usually to an amino acid or other organic component so that the two do not disassociate in the digestive system.
Humavyte 1 litre ($28.00)
Humavyte 5 litres ($82.00)
Humavyte 20 litres ($240.00)
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