EquiHoof Horse Feed Supplement

   
496g (2 month supply)

Key Benefits

  • All in one hoof formula for strong, resilient hooves
  • With calcium, biotin, methionine and zinc
  • 1.5 months' supply

Product overview

Each 8g level scoop contains 3,000mg di-calcium phosphate, 1500mg dl-methionine vital for hoof horn and its protective anti-oxidant power, 97mg zinc citrate (providing 30mg elemental zinc) and 20mg d-biotin essential for hoof horn formulation and helps promote healthy skin and hair.

EquiHoof is blended from alfalfa to be more palatable for your horse and comes in an easily re-sealable tub with measuring scoop so it is quick and easy to use.

It is important to be committed to supplementation as the slow growing nature of hoof horn means that any earliest signs of improvement will not be seen until 6-8 weeks after supplementation begins. The cracked, brittle or problem hoof horn

needs to grow out first, before the healthier hoof horn

will appear.

62 servings for an average sized horse.

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Nutritional Information

Dosage

Less than 250kg - 1/2 level scoop
250kg - 500kg - 1 level scoop
Over 500kg - 1.5 level scoop.

Add to your horses regular daily feed, preferably in the evening.
For larger horses, divide dose between morning and evening feeds. Mix well and feed immediately.

Key nutritional values

Typical values, % RDA (where applicable) in brackets:

Each 8g scoop serving contains:
di-Calcium Phosphate - 3000mg
dl-Methionine - 1500mg
Zinc Citrate - 97mg
d-Biotin - 20mg

Ingredients

di-Calcium Phosphate, Alfalfa, dl-Methionine, Zinc Citrate, d-Biotin

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As with any feed supplement we recommend you consult your vet before making any significant changes to your horse’s diet, particularly if they are on any medication of if your mare is in foal or lactating.