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Magnesium Oxide 56%

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Magnesium Oxide 56%

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Magnesium Oxide
56% Elemental Magnesium (Mg)

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Magnesium, Minimum


Magnesium Oxide

Feeding Directions

Use to supplement magnesium in complete equine diets. Do not feed undiluted. Consult with your equine nutritionist or Veterinarian prior to use.

Scoop: The enclosed 6.5cc scoop will hold approximately 7 to 8 grams of Magnesium Oxide 56%, providing approximately 4.0 to 4.5 grams of magnesium (Mg) per level scoop.

Scale: Divide grams of elemental magnesium (Mg) needed by 0.56 to determine grams of Magnesium Oxide 56% required. 1.78 grams of Magnesium Oxide 56% will provide approximately one (1) gram (1,000 mg) of elemental magnesium (Mg).

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This product is designated as a basic ingredient. We guarantee the potency and analysis of the product. However, we cannot guarantee palatability or acceptance.  There are no returns, refunds, or exchanges available for this particular product. Please be aware of this when ordering our basic ingredients.  We strongly suggest that you utilize a gram scale for accurate weighing of this ingredient.  Please use caution when handling.  Always keep this product out of reach of children.


Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

affordable and does what I need it to
Have an older mare that tends to be a little wide eyed and randomly spook. Another tends to be hard muscled and stiff from PSSM. Because of that latter mare needing higher doses do to her disease I wanted a straight magnesium product I could add and not break my bank. I had had them on a higher cost product which worked well for my spooky mare but felt it triggered a bad episode in my PSSM after being on it 5 days.

On day 10 on this mag ox 56 I am thrilled at how much softer and relaxed my PSSM muscles are. I also like this product is a natural source and not paired with less known lab made products. It does not seem to cause her as much digestive issues either.

My one mare does find it unpalatable (she is picky) and must add it to a small amount of beet shred. Well worth the result with her on it.
Review by sally / (Posted on 1/13/2019)