Hoof Biotin provides support for cracked hooves, promotes tissue development, and maintains strong hoof walls. Biotin supports the health and growth of keratin and other connective tissue. Methionine promotes the growth of healthy hooves. Zinc maintains the proper production of proteins in skin, hair, and hooves.
Feed 2 tsp. per day in divided doses for the 20 days. Feed 1 tsp. per day thereafter as a maintenance dose. Scoop included.
18 oz. jar = 100 day supply
6 lb. pail = 533 day supply
The condition of a horse's hooves, coat, and skin are generally a reflection of his overall health. Because the equine hoof is so metabolically active and constantly growing, nutritional deficiencies often manifest in the hoof. These can show as slow growth, cracking, chipping, and thin and brittle walls.
Key ingredients to build healthy hooves
The concentrated Biotin, Zinc, and Methionine in Hoof Biotin can support healthy horse hooves by promoting tissue development and strong, tough hoof growth.
- Biotin has been shown to support horse hoof growth and quality.
- On the mineral front, Zinc is particularly important for the functioning of enzymes needed to produce keratin, and to maintain healthy barriers to infection.
- Methionine is a critical nutrient to promote production of keratin, the structural protein of hoof walls.
Guaranteed Analysis per tsp. dose:
Ingredients: D-Biotin, Dextrose, Zinc Methionine, Natural & Artificial Flavors.