Okapi Junior Mineral feed
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Okapi Junior Mineral feed

€36.90 VAT included

€36.90 VAT excluded

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Okapi Junior mineral ( The practical mineral supply for horses in stables and pasture )

Available in 3 kg and 10 kg

3 kg is sufficient for about 2 months

10 kg is sufficient for about 6 months ( please contact us for availability )

The junior mineral  is a mineral mix that can be perfectly combined with the custom made herbal mix.

If you have a mare that is pregnant and lactating then we also advice to feed them spirulina powder.

Recommended amount:

Horses receive 3 - 5 measuring spoons per day. Depending on their size, ponies receive about half.

Since our mineral feed contains only a minimal amount of molasses, horses usually only use the mineral lick when they actually need the minerals. And they do not lick them because of the molasses ( which is only 2% )


Calcium carbonate, sodium chloride, monocalcium phosphate, magnesium oxide, grape seed meal, molasses 2% ( please read below why it contains molasses )

The need for vitamins and minerals are often higher in younger horses. Especially because these are still growing and need the minerals and vitamins to grow into a healthy horse or pony.

The pure G Junior consists solely of vitamins and minerals, making it a very sober mix. No use is made of fillers such as alfalfa or grains as is the case with many other mixes. This makes it one of the purest mixes on the market. So you really only feed vitamins and minerals, without additives.

Then why does it contain molasses?

It contains 2% molasses to bind the dust. So it is more pleasant to eat for the horse, otherwise it can become very dusty while eating. This means that the total sugar is only 2% on 50 grams per day. In short, you only feed 1 gram of molasses per day. That is very little and negligible compared to the amount of sugar in hay or other feeds. That is why you can feed this mix with confidence, even if it contains a little bit of molasses.

If the mix remains in the bucket, you can stop feeding it. After a while you can offer it again.

This supplementary feed may be given to horses up to 150g of the daily ration. This is due to the increased content of trace elements compared to other foods.


Nutritional additives per kg:

100,000 IU vitamin A (3a672a)

3,000 mg vitamin E (3a700),

100 mg vitamin B1

200 mg vitamin B2

100 mg vitamin B6

1,000 μg vitamin B12

100 mg vitamin K3

900 mg nicotinic acid

450 mg pantothenic acid

100 mg folic acid

20,000 μg biotin

5,000 mg choline chloride

6,000 mg zinc (3b605) as zinc sulfate monohydrate 

3,000 mg manganese (5) as manganese (II) oxide

2,500 mg iron (E1) as iron (II) sulfate monohydrate,

2,000 mg copper (E4) as copper (II) sulfate pentahydrate

90 mg iodine (3b202) as calcium iodate anhydrous

35 mg cobalt (3b801) as cobalt (II) acetate tetrahydrate

15 mg selenium (E8) as sodium selenite

Analytical components and contents:

Calcium: 14.0%

Phosphorus: 3.0%

Sodium: 8.0%

Magnesium: 5.0%

Lysine: 5.0%

Methionine: 2.0%

Threonine: 2.0%

Store mineral feed for horses in a cool and dry place.