HyFeed Big Head 20kg
Big Head 20kd
‘Nutritional hyperparathyroidism’or BIG HEAD is a calcium deficiency caused by the imbalances in available minerals from the feeding of bran, pollard, kikuyu grass, buffel grass, pan- gola grass, para grass, setaria grass and pigweed.
The disease can develop within two months of putting horses onto problem feeds but more often it can take six to eight months. Low blood calcium increases the demineralisation of bone causing them to become weak and fragile with the nose and jawbones becoming swollen. Urine may be milky, muscle tremors
and twitching, may staggering gait, loss of appetite and ill thrift some of the recognised symptoms. If left un-treated death can occur.
For best results , horses grazing problem pastures should be fed Big Head Supplement all year round
• Horses with bighead feed 1 kg per day.
• Horses at mustering camps up to 1 kg per day.
• Paddock supplement, 500 gm per day.
• Yearlings, for strong bones , 200 to 500 gm per day.
• Mares, feed 3 months prior to service for improved fertility from 500 gm to 1 kg per day.
For All equines grazing on affected pastures or receiving pollard or bran based diets, broodmares and young horses.
Nutritional Analysis Per KG
|Total Protein||Min 12 %||Selenium||Min 0.3 mg/Kg|
|Crude Fat||Min 4 %||Zinc||Min 78 mg/Kg|
|Salt||Max 1 %||Vitamin A|| Min 20,000 IU/Kg
||11 MJ/Kg||Vitamin D||Min 2,000 IU/Kg|
|Calcium||Min 39 g/Kg||Vitamin E||Min 40 mg/Kg|
|Magnesium||Min 11 g/Kg||Vitamin K3||Min 2 IU/Kg|
|Phosphorus||Min 10 g/Kg||Vitamin B1||Min 4 mg/Kg|
|Sulphur||Min 2 g/Kg||Vitamin B2||Min 8 mg/Kg|
|Cobalt|| Min 2.5 mg/Kg
||Vitamin B6||Min 4 mg/Kg|
|Copper||Min 22 mg/Kg||Vitamin B12||Min 0.02 mg/Kg|
|Iodine||Min 2 mg/Kg||Biotin||Min 0.2 mg/Kg|
|Iron||Max 155 %||D-Calcium Pantothenate
|| Min 10 mg/Kg
|Manganese||Min 80 mg/Kg||Folic Acid||Min 2 mg/Kg|
|Niacin||Min 40 mg/Kg|