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Bionic Oil Blend (Grand Valley Fortifiers)

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Bionic Oil Blend is a stabilized vegetable oil from Grand Valley Fortifiers. It provides a calorie-dense energy source for exercising horses and supports weight gain in underweight horses.

Bionic Oil Blend by Grand Valley Fortifiers is made of 100% vegetable oil. This product was designed specifically to meet the needs of poultry and swine species.

According to the manufacturer, Bionic Oil Blend is stabilized with antioxidants to prevent rancidity during storage. It is purported by the manufacturer to be a palatable oil source and to remain a liquid at room temperature.

This oil can be used to replace grain in the horse’s diet as an energy source. Horses that are sensitive to high-starch diets can benefit from replacing some of their grain with fat. This helps reduce excitability and improve handling.

Replacing grains with fat may also reduce the risk of digestive disturbances including hindgut acidosis, ulcers, and colic.

Fats are metabolized more slowly and generate less heat than starch and carbohydrates. This makes fat an attractive energy source for performance horses by providing cool energy that supports exercise endurance. Performance horses might also have improved exercise recovery with added fat in the diet.

Horses with metabolic dysfunction including insulin resistance, Equine Metabolic Syndrome (EMS), or Cushing’s/PPID can benefit from replacing grain with oil when caloric needs are not met by forage alone. This helps reduce spikes in blood glucose to support metabolic health.

Fat also helps to increase sebum production in the horse’s skin, which promotes a shiny coat appearance.

Bionic Oil Blend delivers high amounts of polyunsaturated fatty acids, including omega-3, and omega-6 fatty acids. The omega-3 to omega-6 ratio is approximately 1:6, meaning it provides six times more omega-6 fatty acids than omega-3s.

It is important to maintain a healthy balance of omega-3 to omega-6 fats in your horse’s diet. Diets that contain excess omega-6’s can have a pro-inflammatory effect which can impair metabolic health.

Fat should be added to the diet gradually over a two to three-week period. Oils can be introduced at a rate of 30 ml per day and increased based on caloric need. The desired daily amount should be divided into several meals per day. Fat should not exceed 8% in the total equine diet, except for heavily exercised horses.



Cost:
$0/kg
Dry Matter:
99%
Digestible Energy:
9.517 Mcal/kg
NUTRITIONAL ANALYSIS:
(Per gram feeding rate)
Nutrients Concentration Units Per 1000 g
Digestible Energy 9.52 Mcal / kg (DM) 9.42 Mcal
Crude Protein 0 % DM 0 g
Lysine 0 % DM 0 g
Calcium 0 % DM 0 g
Phosphorus 0 % DM 0 g
Magnesium 0 % DM 0 g
Potassium 0 % DM 0 g
Sulfur 0 % DM 0 g
Sodium 0 % DM 0 g
Chlorine 0 % DM 0 g
Iron 0 ppm 0 mg
Zinc 0 ppm 0 mg
Copper 0 ppm 0 mg
Manganese 0 ppm 0 mg
Selenium 0 ppm 0 mg
Cobalt 0 ppm 0 mg
Iodine 0 ppm 0 mg
Vitamin A 0 KIU / kg (DM) 0 KIU
Vitamin D 0 KIU / kg (DM) 0 KIU
Vitamin E 0 IU / kg (DM) 0 IU
Thiamine 0 ppm 0 mg
Riboflavin 0 ppm 0 mg
Nutrients Concentration Units Per 1000 g
Protein
Crude Protein (CP) 0 % DM 0 g
Soluble Protein (SP) 0 % CP 0 g
Non-Protein Nitrogen (NPN) 0 % SP 0 g
Acid Detergent Insoluble Protein (ADIP) 0 % CP 0 g
Neutral Detergent Insoluble Protein (NDIP) 0 % CP 0 g
Lysine 0 % CP 0 g
Methionine 0 % CP 0 g
Arginine 0 % CP 0 g
Threonine 0 % CP 0 g
Leucine 0 % CP 0 g
Isoleucine 0 % CP 0 g
Valine 0 % CP 0 g
Histidine 0 % CP 0 g
Phenylalanine 0 % CP 0 g
Tryptophan 0 % CP 0 g
Nutrients Concentration Units Per 1000 g
Carbohydrates
Acid Detergent Fiber (ADF) 0 % DM 0 g
Neutral Detergent Fiber (NDF) 0 % DM 0 g
Lignin 0 % DM 0 g
Non-Fiber Carbohydrate (NFC) 0 % DM 0 g
Non-Structural Carbohydrate (NSC) 0 % DM 0 g
Sugar 0 % DM 0 g
Starch 0 % DM 0 g
Soluble Fiber 0 % DM 0 g
Nutrients Concentration Units Per 1000 g
Minerals & Vitamins
Ash 0 % DM 0 g
Calcium 0 % DM 0 g
Phosphorus 0 % DM 0 g
Magnesium 0 % DM 0 g
Potassium 0 % DM 0 g
Sulfur 0 % DM 0 g
Sodium 0 % DM 0 g
Chlorine 0 % DM 0 g
Iron 0 ppm 0 mg
Zinc 0 ppm 0 mg
Copper 0 ppm 0 mg
Manganese 0 ppm 0 mg
Selenium 0 ppm 0 mg
Cobalt 0 ppm 0 mg
Iodine 0 ppm 0 mg
Vitamin A 0 KIU / kg (DM) 0 KIU
Vitamin D 0 KIU / kg (DM) 0 KIU
Vitamin E 0 IU / kg (DM) 0 IU
Thiamine 0 ppm 0 mg
Riboflavin 0 ppm 0 mg
Chromium 0 ppm 0 mg
Biotin 0 ppm 0 mg
Folate 0 ppm 0 mg
Niacin 0 ppm 0 mg
Pantothenic Acid 0 ppm 0 mg
Pyridoxine 0 ppm 0 mg
Vitamin B12 0 ppm 0 μg
Choline 0 ppm 0 mg
Menadione (Vitamin K3) 0 ppm 0 mg
Ascorbate (Vitamin C) 0 ppm 0 mg
Nutrients Concentration Units Per 1000 g
Fat/Fatty Acids
EE (Ether Extract) 100 % DM 990 g
TFAee (Total Fatty Acids) 88 % EE 871.2 g
Glycerol 9.68 % DM 95.83 g
Pigment 2.32 % DM 22.97 g
Lauric acid/C12:0 0.11 % TFAee 0.96 g
Myristic acid/C14:0 0.11 % TFAee 0.93 g
Palmitic acid/C16:0 10.83 % TFAee 94.37 g
Palmitoleic acid/C16:1 0.14 % TFAee 1.18 g
Stearic acid/C18:0 3.89 % TFAee 33.87 g
Elaidic acid/C18:1T 0 % TFAee 0 g
Oleic acid/C18:1C 22.82 % TFAee 198.81 g
Linoleic acid/C18:2 53.75 % TFAee 468.25 g
Alpha-Linolenic acid/C18:3 8.23 % TFAee 71.72 g
Docosahexaenoic acid/C22:6 0 % TFAee 0 g
Other 0.13 % TFAee 1.12 g
Nutrients Concentration Units Per 1000 g
Additive
Bacterial/Yeast 0 cfu x 10^9 / g (DM) 0 cfu x 10^9
Total Enzyme Activity 0 U / kg (DM) 0 U