Minerals: Cattle vs. Goat

A comparison of several of minerals available to us:

PDF for Ragland’s brand guaranteed analysis (http://www.raglandmills.com/pdfs/mineralchart.pdf).

Calcium ——– Min. 12.5 Max. 15
Phosphorus —- Min. 13.0
Salt ———– Min 10.5 Max 12.6
Sodium ——– Min 4.8 Max 5.8
Magnesium —- Min. 1.5
Potassium —– Min. .5
Copper ——– Min. 100 PPM
Iodine ——— Min. 300 PPM
Selenium —— No value given
Zinc ———- Min. 900 PPM
Vitamin A —– 40,000 IU/LB
Vitamin D —– 20,000 IU/LB
Vitamin E —– No value given

Right Now Onyx guaranteed analysis as I know it.

Calcium ——– Min. 11.5 Max. 13.5
Phosphorus —- Min. 10.0
Salt ———– Min 14.0 Max 16.2
Sodium ——– Min 4.8 Max 5.8
Magnesium —- Min. 3.0
Potassium —– Min. 1.5
Copper ——– Min. 2,500 PPM
Iodine ——— Min. 200 PPM
Selenium —— Min 26 PPM
Zinc ———- Min. 5,000 PPM
Vitamin A —– 100,000 IU/LB
Vitamin D —– 10,000 IU/LB
Vitamin E —– Min 100 IU/LB

Guaranteed analysis of the minerals from the co op, “early pasture” or “wheat pasture” minerals.

Calcium ——– Min. 16 Max. 19
Phosphorus —- Min. 6.3
Salt ———– Min 18 Max21
Magnesium —- Min. 3.2
Copper ——– Min. 2,000 PPM
Iodine ——— Min. 200 PPM
Manganese——–Min. 2,000 PPM
Selenium —— Min 29.85 PPM
Zinc ———- Min. 45,000 PPM
Vitamin A —– 180,000 IU/LB
Vitamin D —– 15,000 IU/LB
Vitamin E —– Min 200 IU/LB

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