Hoof Growth

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About Hoof Growth

  • Formulated with a specific blend of herbs, minerals, vitamins and amino acids

  • Developed with vets & leading equine nutritional experts

  • High Nutrients for efficient blood flow to the hooves for quicker recovery and growth

  • Utilises Nitric Oxide Precursors

  • Suitable for all horses & ponies in competition, at grass or prone to laminitis

  • Active ingredients to encourage full absorption for the benefit of the horn, growth and strength

Hoof Growth is formulated with a specific blend of herbs, minerals, vitamins and amino acids including Biotin, L-Methionine and Vitamin C which supply the necessary nutrients for efficient blood flow to the hooves for quicker recovery and growth.

Does not contain chemicals, fillers, binders or other known prohibited substances as defined by the FEI.

Instructions for use

1 scoop (30ml) = 18g

Per 500kg horse, administer 1 level scoop twice per day (morning and evening) for the first 5 days, then 1 level scoop per day thereafter.

Competition Horses: Administer twice a day.

Mix with feed. Do not pre-mix. Can be syringed by mixing with a little water to form a paste.

Loading dose feeding rate

Weight of Horse:

  • Under 500kg: ¾ scoop twice a day
  • 500kg – 600kg: 1 scoop twice a day
  • 600kg+: 2 scoops twice a day

Maintenance feeding rate

Weight of Horse:

  • Under 500kg: ¾ scoop once a day
  • 500kg – 600kg: 1 scoop once a day
  • 600kg+: 2 scoops once a day

Ingredients

Composition: L-Arginine, Horse Chestnut.

Additives: Biotin, Lecithin, L-Proline, L-Alanine, Citrus Bioflavonoid, Vitamin C, L-Methionine, Vitamin B3, Himalayan Salt.

Nutritional analysis:

  • Total Oil – 1.10%
  • Sodium – 3.81%
  • Crude Protein – 79.5%
  • Crude Fibre – 2.2%
  • Crude Ash – 14.6%

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