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Mazuri® Mini Pig Elder is a low-energy, high-fiber diet for porcine species that helps restrain
growth rate while helping to satisfy hunger. This ration can be used as a maintenance diet for
adult animals that are not reproducing or lactating. This product was specially formulated to meet
the needs of exotic miniature pigs, such as the Vietnamese potbellied pig.
Features and Benefits
• Low-energy, high-fiber ratio – for a longer, healthier life for less active mature animals.
• Complete nutrition - Supplemental vitamins and minerals not required.
• Pellet form - Easy to feed; minimizes waste.
• Zinc methionine and natural vitamin E - Provides for better skin condition.
• Urine acidifier - To decrease urinary calculi.
• No meat products - To reduce ammonia in urine.
• Yucca extract - To reduce ammonia in urine.
• Contains mixed tocopherols - All natural antioxidant.
Pellet size: 5/32" diameter x 1/2" length Guaranteed Analysis Crude protein not less than . 12.0% Lysine not less than. 0.75% Crude fat not less than . 3.0% Crude fiber not more than . 12.0% Calcium (Ca) not less than. 0.80% Calcium (Ca) not more than . 1.30% Phosphorus (P) not less than. 0.75% Salt (NaCl) not less than . 0.50% Salt (NaCl) not more than . 1.0% Selenium (Se) not less than . 0.30 ppm Zinc (Zn) not less than. 250 ppm Ingredients Ground oats, ground corn, wheat middlings, dehydrated alfalfa meal, ground soybean hulls, dicalcium phosphate, monocalcium phosphate, dehulled soybean meal, soybean oil, cane molasses, lignin sulfonate, calcium carbonate, dried beet pulp, L-lysine, ammonium chloride, salt, choline chloride, zinc methionine complex, menadione dimethylpyrimidinol bisulfite (vitamin K), dried yucca shidigera extract, pyridoxine hydrochloride, tocopherols (a preservative), biotin, calcium pantothenate, d-alpha tocopheryl acetate (natural source of vitamin E), ferrous sulfate, (L-tryptophan), cholecalciferol (vitamin D3), vitamin B12 supplement, folic acid, vitamin A acetate, riboflavin, nicotinic acid, thiamin mononitrate, DL-methionine, citric acid, manganese sulfate, manganous oxide, copper sulfate, zinc sulfate, ethylenediamine dihydriodide copper choloride, sodium selenite. Feeding Directions The level of feed intake depends on many factors including environmental temperature, other feed available and activity. The feeding levels suggested below are appropriate for average living conditions. For maintenance of adult animals (1 1/2 years of age or older), regulate feed to a level to maintain body weight without putting on excess fat. A level of 1-2% of body weight works well for many owners. Active animals may require more feed. Feed to managed pigs following Mazuri® Mini Pig Active Adult. Mix this product with equal amounts of Active Adult for at least 3-5 days to help adjust animals to new feed. 5Z92 Mazuri® Mini Pig Elder
Approximate Nutrient Composition
Ash, %. 6.0
Fiber (Crude), %.11.8
Biotin, ppm. 0.50 Vitamin B12, mcg/kg. 88 Vitamin A, IU/kg. 5,990 Vitamin D3 (added), IU/kg. 1,120 Vitamin E, IU/kg. 150 Vitamin K (as menadione), ppm . 2.7 Carotene, ppm. 14 * Calculated based on Atwater factors of 4 kcal/g protein, 9 kcal/g fat, 4 kcal/g carbohydrate. ** Calculated from data in domestic pigs (NRC Swine, 1998). Quality Controlled by PMI Nutrition International, a subsidiary of America’s oldest and largest animal nutrition company. Based on the latest ingredient analysis information. Since nutrient composition of natural ingredients varies, analyses will vary accordingly. Feeding Rate of Mazuri® Mini-Pig Diets (A cup of feed weighs about 0.38 pounds) 20 ½ 1-1/4 30 ¾ 1-2/3 40 1 2-1/4 50 1-1/3 2-2/3 60 1-1/2 3-1/4 70 1-3/4 3-2/3 80 2-1/4 4-1/4 90 2-1/3 4-3/4
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