The horse’s hoof performs many functions, such as reducing causal trauma from the ground and preserving the structures inside the foot. It is a complex organ that can undergo some dysmetabolic disease, such as fragility, presence of fissure or run into complications following uncorrected shoeing. In order for it to perform its functions well, the hoof must be well cared for, not only with special unguents, but also with active ingredients that act from the inside, also going to make up for the deficiencies of oligoelements given by any feed imbalances.
Hoof – On
Pool of amino acids and oligoelements in an innovative form, designed for the protection and regeneration of the hoof.
COMPLEMENTARY FEED FOR HORSES
COMPOSITION. Micronized dried carob flour, Magnesium oxide, Sodium chloride, Cell walls extracted from Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Calcium Gluconate, Betaglucans.
Analytical components % on wet basis: Raw Protein 3.50% - Raw Fiber 2.20% - Raw Fat 0.20% - Raw Ash 14.00% - Sodium 2.00%.
Betaine hydrochloride 1,000.00 mg
Biotin 8,000.00 mg
L-Carnitine 1,000.00 mg
Niacinamide 10,000.00 mg
Vitamin C 10,000.00 mg
Copper (Copper dichloride trihydroxide) 400.00 mg
Selenium (Selenomethionine NCYC R646) 10.00 mg
Zinc (Zinc octahydroxychloride monohydrate) 400.00 mg
DL-Methionine 20,000.00 mg
Bentonite 20,000.00 mg
Glycine 20,000.00 mg
- Biotin is an essential substance for the horse's hoof, as it contributes to the formation of keratin, a primary component of the wall
- The trace elements Copper and Zinc, both combined in an innovative chelate form, are more bioavailable by the body
- Copper is an important cofactor involved in the cross-linking of collagen
- Zinc supports the synthesis of keratin, an essential component of the hoof, hair and mane
- Methionine, an amino acid rich in sulfur, added in pure form, performs a synergistic action both in the liver and in the formation of the wall making it resistant and elastic
- Glycine is a structural component of collagen
- Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Carob keep the healthy and functional digestive system
- Betaglucans stimulate the immune system
- Carnitine and Niacinamide protect and support liver functions
- Selenium and Vitamin C have an antioxidant action
- Adult horse: 25 grams/head/day
- Young horse: 15 grams/head/day
- Pony and foal: 10 grams/head/day
1 measuring cup corresponds to about 25 grams.
For best results, it is recommended to administer Hoof-On with 6-8 week cycles.
Tin 1 Kg