Doing some research and found this stuff called replamin gel plus and replamin gel, it looks like good stuff. But I was wondering if anyone tried this on thier animals? it does say not to use on sheep or goats, but I know goats are different then sheep. Thanks, Sarah Here is what is in the replamin gel plus. Guaranteed Analysis: (Minimum per 5 cc serving) Magnesium, min 61.8 mg Potassium, min 61.8 mg Cobalt, min 2.6 mg Copper, min 33.8 mg Manganese, min 16.3 mg Selenium, min 0.39 mg Zinc, min 39.3 mg Vitamin A, min 86,637 IU Vitamin D, min 2,167 IU Vitamin E, min 324 IU Vitamin B-6, min 3.7 mg Vitamin B-12, min 97.4 mcg Biotin, min 0.3 mg Choline, min 26.8 mg d-Calcium Pantothenate, min 39.6 mg Folic Acid, min 0.3 mg Niacin, min 25.0 mg Riboflavin, min 9.7 mg Thiamine, min 65.0 mg Ingredients: Magnesium Amino Acid Chelate*, Potassium Amino Acid Complex*, Cobalt Sulfate, Copper Amino Acid Chelate*, Manganese Amino Acid Chelate*, Zinc Amino Acid Chelate*, Sodium Selenite, Dried Aspergillus Oryzae Fermentation Extract, Vitamin A Acetate, D-Activated Animal Sterol (Source of Vitamin D-3), dl-alpha Tocopherol Acetate (Source of Vitamin E Activity), Niacin, Choline Bitartrate, d-Cal Pantothenate, Ascorbic Acid, Riboflavin Supplement, Thiamine HCl, Vitamin B-12 Supplement, Pyridoxine HCl, Biotin, Folic Acid, Silicon Dioxide, Vegetable Soy Oil, Sucrose, Corn Starch, Dextrose, Maltodextrin, Glycerin, Guar Gum, Lecithin, Polysorbate 80, and Anise Flavor. Here is what is in the replamin gel. Guaranteed Analysis: (Minimum per 5 cc serving) Magnesium, min 91.2 mg Potassium, min 91.2 mg Cobalt, min 2.3 mg Copper, min 34.8 mg Manganese, min 14.3 mg Selenium, min 0.34 mg Zinc, min 34.8 mg Vitamin E, min 45.2 IU Ingredients: Magnesium Amino Acid Chelate*, Potassium Amino Acid Complex*, Cobalt Sulfate, Copper Amino Acid Chelate*, Manganese Amino Acid Chelate*, Zinc Amino Acid Chelate*, Sodium Selenite, Vitamin E Supplement, Vegetable Soy Oil, Polysorbate 80, Sodium Bicarbonate and Anise Flavor. Directions: Use as a supplemental source of minerals and vitamin E during periods of stress (such as weaning, moving, and castration) during which feed intakes may be decreased and during which supplemental nutrients may be of benefit or as a source of supplemental nutrition for animals which may have mineral and/or vitamin deficiencies.