Nutri-Drench for poultry vs goat/sheep...different?

Chemguy

Songster
8 Years
May 30, 2011
680
39
131
Springfield, Ohio
I've a question about Nutri Drench for Poultry. My TSC carries very few chicken-related supplements, but does carry plenty of equine/goat/sheep supplements. I see that the ingredient list for both the sheep and goat mixes is:

Calcium (Min) 0.4%
Calcium (Max) 0.7%
Selenium (min) 0.1 mg/ fl. oz.
Vitamin A (min) 23, 700 IU/ fl. oz., or 790 IU/mL
Vitamin D (min) 5910 IU/fl. oz or 197 IU/mL
Vitamin E (min) 90 IU/fl oz. or 3 IU/mL

I can't find any info for the poutry form. How does it compare to these values? Any and all help is deeply appreciated in advance.
 

earthmama24

In the Brooder
8 Years
Apr 20, 2011
61
3
31
Charleston
Make your own. I treated many a sick chickens with my own mix and they all recovered quickly! Cheaper and more readily available too.

http://earthmama24.blogspot.com/p/my-recipes.html

Homemade Drench: 2 oz Hemp Oil (or other oil, such as corn), 2 oz Molasses, 1 oz Corn Syrup (optional), 1/2 T bee pollen (crushed to powder or you could open a B vitamin capsule and sprinkle in 1/4 capsule), 1/2 T kelp. Mix all ingredients and store in glass jar. I refrigerate mine.
 

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