Q: What is the best treat for training my dog? Jul 22 2014
A: Use treats that your dog very much likes; liver, jerky, cheese, brewers yeast, etc. Make sure the pieces are small - 5/8” bites, so that your dog can swallow them quickly and keep his focus of attention on you - the trainer.
Salt, mineral, trace minerals, electrolytes, and many other micronutients. Balanced by nature, not by man. Consider as a replacement for salt blocks, trace mineral blocks and other electrolytes.
Feeding Directions: Horses & Cattle: Feed free choice continuously in buckets or mineral feeders. Consumption rate will determined by individual needs based on stage of growth, activity and performance. Typical consumption should be approximately 2 to 4 ounces per head per day. Alternatively, top-dress 2-4 oz perhead per day per 1000 lbs.
Sheep & Goats: Feed Free Choice (typical consumption should be approximately 1/2 to 2 ounces per head per day). Alternatively, top-dress 1/2 to 2 ounces per head per day.
Additional Info: When first introduced, it is not unusual for animals to consume higher amounts. Always provide a good source of water. Rain and weather does not diminish effectiveness. Pour excess water off and continue feeding. For best results remove other forms of salt and salt/mineral blocks. One heaping tablespoon equals approximately 1 ounce. One scoop equals 2 oz. (scoop not provided in 25 lb size).
Guaranteed Analysis: Calcuim, Min. 13.5% Calcium, Max. 15.5% Phosphorus, Min. 0.10% Organic Natural Sea Salt, Min. 38% Organic Natural Sea Salt, Max. 41% Zinc, Min. 25 ppm