Cattle Sheep


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Elevate your livestock’s health and meat quality with our cutting-edge, soluble Vitamin E and Selenium blend, designed for maximum growth, immunity, and marketability in cattle, sheep, pigs, and poultry.


1 Ltr

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Product Description

  • Solu E combines the potent antioxidant properties of Vitamin E and Selenium, which work together to support overall livestock health and well-being. By maintaining immune function, muscle development, and reproductive efficiency, Selenium and Vitamin E contribute to improved growth and vitality in your animals (Suttle, 2010; Spears, 2000).
  • Our unique formula has been proven to enhance various aspects of meat quality, including marbling, colour, and oxidative stability. Using Solu E, you can help ensure that the meat products from your animals meet consumer demands and industry standards (McDowell, 2000; Weiss, 2007).
  • Research shows that supplementing livestock diets with Selenium can reduce fertility-related issues such as placental retention, early embryonic death, and abortion. 
  • Solu E aids in the maintenance and strengthening of muscle fibres, which in turn improves weight gain and overall livestock performance. This is particularly important for livestock farmers aiming to optimise productivity and profitability (McDowell, 2000; Weiss, 2007).

Technical Information

  • The formulation combines the antioxidant properties of Vitamin E and Selenium, working synergistically to support immune function, reproductive efficiency, and muscle development in livestock (Suttle, 2010; Spears, 2000). This potent combination ensures that animals receive the essential nutrients for optimum health and performance.
  • Supplementing livestock feed with Vitamin E and Selenium has improved meat characteristics, such as marbling, colour, and oxidative stability (McDowell, 2000; Weiss, 2007). Enhancing these qualities adds value to meat products and meets consumer demands and industry standards.
  • Research demonstrates that supplementing with Selenium can decrease fertility-related problems such as retained placenta, early embryonic loss, and abortions (Suttle, 2010; Spears, 2000). For example, dairy herds experiencing selenium deficiency have shown a significant increase in the incidence of retained placentas, rising from 10% to over 50%. Furthermore, the combined effect of Vitamin E and Selenium enhances immune function and antibody formation, contributing to livestock’s overall health and productivity. 
  • Research indicates that stored feeds often lack sufficient Vitamin E for livestock requirements (Weiss, 2007). Providing an essential source of Vitamin E is crucial for maintaining nervous, muscular, and immune system functions in animals (McDowell, 2000).
  • By strengthening muscle fibres, improving weight gain, and increasing infection resistance, the combination of Vitamin E and Selenium helps ensure that livestock remains healthy and productive throughout their lives (Suttle, 2010; Spears, 2000).

Additional Information


  • Suttle, N. F. (2010) Mineral Nutrition of Livestock. 4th Edition. CABI.
  • Spears, J. W. (2000) ‘Micronutrients and immune function in cattle’, Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 59(4), pp. 587-594. doi 10.1017/S0029665100000849.
  • McDowell, L. R. (2000) Vitamins in Animal and Human Nutrition. 2nd Edition. Iowa State University Press.
  • Weiss, W. P. (2007) ‘Requirements of fat-soluble vitamins for dairy cows: A review’, Journal of Dairy Science, 90(1), pp. 401-414. doi: 10.3168/jds.S0022-0302(07)72622-X.

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