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Zinpro® Availa® Se 4%

Registration number: V22445 Act 36/1947

Zinpro Availa Se (zinc-L-selenomethionine) is a nutritional feed ingredient for animals that contains organic selenium. The trace mineral selenium is required by animals for numerous functions including, immunity, and antioxidant activity. In addition, when an animal has the proper balance of trace minerals it is better able to cope with the challenging effects of stress.

Zinpro Performance Minerals® provide the highest biological efficacy of any trace mineral products on the market, which means more of the minerals are absorbed by the animal to deliver their full benefit. For more than 50 years, Zinpro Performance Minerals have delivered positive animal performance responses and a strong return on investment in operations around the world.


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Manufactured by Zinpro Corporation, Eden Prairie, MN 55344, USA.

This material is dangerous if swallowed or absorbed through the skin. Store in original container, tightly closed in a clean and dry environment, away from foodstuffs and under lock and key. Do not eat, drink or smoke while using. Avoid contamination of any water supply with product or empty container. When correctly used, there is no toxicity hazard in the use of Zinpro Availa Se zinc-L-selenomethionine. Follow label directions and rotate inventory to ensure fresh product.
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