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Equilibrium Mineral Mix 5kg

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Equilibrium Mineral Mix is the product that started it all, it’s still the same great composition that yields such fantastic results. Regardless of your horse’s size, the type of work that he or she is in, easy to use Equilibrium is available in a variety of economical sizes to suit your situation. This is the supplement that we recommend for most horses all of the time. Why not all horses? Well we do know there are some individuals that can be a little nervous or excitable and for them we recommend our Equilibrium B1 Cool Mix in place of our Mineral Mix offering.

Designed for horses, not particular climates, places or regions, thousands of owners from across the world have seen their horses benefit from having Equilibrium Mineral Mix added to their feeds.

Composition of Equilibrium Mineral Mix on a per kilogram basis.
Calcium 127g
Phosphorous 80g
Magnesium 60g
Sodium 88g
Potassium 29g
Chloride 115g
Sulphur 7g
Zinc 2,100mg
Copper 980mg
Iron (ferrous) 1,500mg
Manganese 980mg
Cobalt 4mg
Selenium 9mg
Iodine 4mg
Vitamin A 250,000 IU
Vitamin E 1,250mg
Vitamin B1 300mg
Folic Acid 100mg


The rates of inclusion of  these nutritional elements is on a per kilogram basis. To calculate how much of a particular element would be in each scoop, divide the per kg value by 14.3.

Geeking Out About Ingredients

It is important to note that the listing in our composition is for the elements that are of nutritional value to horses. This is why when the values are added up, they do not equal 1kg.

For example, Calcium Carbonate (CaCO3) is a useful ingredient to supplement calcium in the diet. The Calcium component of Calcium Carbonate only accounts for 40.08% of the total mass, the other 59.98% is Carbon and Oxygen. So let’s pretend Equilibrium had a new Calcium product that was made from 100% Calcium Carbonate (we don’t), we would declare 401g of Calcium on the composition because this is the nutritional element most relevant to horses.

Breaking down the respective weights of atoms in a Calcium Carbonate molecule.
g/mol % g/mol
1 Ca (Calcium) 40.08 40.04 40.08
1 C (Carbon) 12.01 12.00 12.01
3 O (Oxygen) 16.00 47.96 48.00
Total Molecular Weight 100.09