TO OPEN THE 10 POUND CONTAINER:
Pull the plastic tabs on the side of the lid and tear off the plastic
band. Remove lid completely and save it for future reference.
METAL HANGAR SOLD SEPARATELY: To
attach the Freedom Block tub to the
metal hanger, pull
down on the tub's plastic lip with the thumbs of both your hands. Then
with the other fingers of one of your hands, flip the metal clip up and
over the plastic tip and release the lip.
Hook hanger over a horizontal fence bar on
either side of a vertical fence post for maximum stability.
Tighten set screws.
TO OPEN THE 40 POUND CONTAINER:
After carefully reading the feeding instructions,
remove the lid
SUGGESTED PLACEMENT OF 40 POUND BLOCK:
Place the tub inside the center of a used 15-inch car or truck tire.
This offers maximum stability and prevents the tub from being
The Initial Presentation of the 10# "FREEDOM
1.) Secure the
tub into the metal rack.
2.) Remove the
lid and fasten the braces into position.
3.) Secure the
rack onto a rail about chest high to the horse.
Try to position the rack so there is a vertical post or rail between the
4.) Check the
horse's consumption rate in 2-4 days. The horse may very well have
licked the tub clean in 4-5 days. If so, remove the tub and wait 2 days
and replace it with tub #2.
5.) Check the
horse's consumption in 4-6 days. If the horse has licked the tub
cleaned; wait 2-3 days and replace it with tub #3.
6.) The horse
should now be on the schedule to receive a fresh tub every 12-15 days.
At this time the horse's nutritional level will have risen to the point
that their consumption rate will level off to about 1/2 pound to 1 pound
per day. HOWEVER, increased activity or stress may very well increase
the rate of consumption.
Please contact FREEDOM BLOCK with any questions or concerns at
or call us at 818-248-2821
CAUTION: USE ONLY AS DIRECTED.
FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS FOR HORSES:
Freedom Block supplement is designed to be
self-administering to all types of equines. Provide one 10-pound
container for every 1 to 3 horses, and one 40-pound container for every
3 to 10 horses. Containers should be placed in areas that achieve
desired supplement intake. Multiple containers may be required in each
pen or pasture to assure consistent intake and proper accessibility.
Confined horses may consume more than animals on pasture. Do not allow
horses to consume more than 3.0 pounds per head per day. (Horses
typically consume between 0.25 and 3.0 pounds per head per day.)
Self-administering consumption will depend on the size and age of the
animal, as well as quality, source and availability of forage. Provide
free access to clean, fresh water at all times. Store in a cool dry
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