Keep Your Animals Hydrated
Help your animals perform their best during hot weather or high stress level activities. DuMOR Blue Ribbon Electrolytes Supplement is a versatile, balanced electrolytes supplement for cattle, horses, goats, sheep, pigs, fawns, llamas and alpacas.
Easy To Feed
DuMOR Blue Ribbon Electrolytes Supplement makes providing supplements to your animals easier than ever. All you have to do is simply mix this delicious supplement with your animals feed and watch them eat it up eagerly.
We Love Animals and Know Just What Their Bodies Require
Who better to make food for pets than farmers? At Tractor Supply Company, we bring our deep passion for land and animals to the center of our products and services. By sourcing the best ingredients, utilizing water purification processes and thoroughly testing our formulas, we guarantee excellent quality food for your pets.
About This Formula
DuMOR Blue Ribbon Electrolytes Supplement is a high-quality electrolyte supplement designed to hydrate your animals. Specifically formulated for cattle, horses, goats, sheep, pigs, fawns, llamas and alpacas this delicious supplement also contains complex yeast cell sugars that support digestive health.
Dextrose, sodium bicarbonate, salt, potassium chloride, glycine, hydrolyzed yeast, sodium silico aluminate, artificial flavor, Yellow 6
Dextrose, (min.) 60.0%, Salt, (min.) 8.00%, (max.) 8.50%, Sodium, (min.) 6.00%, (max.) 6.50%, Potassium, (min.) 2.25%.
Mixing and Feeding Instructions:
Using the plastic measuring scoop enclosed in bag, mix the DuMOR Electrolytes Supplement powder into clean, warm water (100-110 F). The enclosed measuring scoop holds approximately 1.16 ounces (33 grams) dry powder by weight (about 1/6 of a dry kitchen measuring cup). For best results, do not mix Electrolytes powder into milk or milk replacer. Feed mixed Electrolytes solution separately, in between normal milk feedings, to provide supplemental fluids and electrolytes. Continue feeding Electrolytes solution for 2 to 3 days, until scours have stopped and hydration is normal, or as directed by your veterinarian. If scours do not improve, or if the animal appears dehydrated, contact your veterinarian immediately.
Please see the table on the product package for detailed feeding instructions by species.