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Zinpro believes to truly thrive, animals must receive optimum trace minerals nutrition throughout their life stages. They call it Lifetime Performance©.

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More than 45 years ago, Zinpro Corporation pioneered the research and development of Performance Minerals©.

 

As a family-owned, privately-held company, Zinpro Corporation’s steady growth has come as a result of quality products, quality people and a focus on one thing; performance trace minerals for exceptional animal nutrition.

 

Today, the company has regional sales offices located in 11 countries and markets its products in more than 70 countries worldwide. For more information, please visit www.zinpro.com

 

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