Grows strong, tough hooves. Methionine and Lysine are key amino acids essential for hoof growth.
For use in horses only.
INTENSIVE HOOF CARE™ helps support hoof growth, gives weak hoof walls necessary vitamins and minerals and includes amino acids vital for growth.
6 lb. bag – $67.00 — 64 feedings
12 lb. pail – $120.00 — 128 feedings
Feed at the rate of 3 ounces by weight (one enclosed scoop) per day.
Guaranteed Analysis per scoop (3 oz):
(All values are minimum unless otherwise stated.)
Crude Protein — 19.00% — 16174 mg
Arginine — 1.00% — 851 mg
Lysine — 1.00% — 851 mg
Methionine — 0.30% — 255 mg
Crude Fat — 1.40% — 1192 mg
Crude Fiber, max — 8.50% — 7235 mg
Moisture, max — 13.00% — 11000 mg
Calcium — min, 1.50% – max, 2.00% — 1277-1700 mg
Phosphorus — 1.40% — 1192 mg
Biotin — 2.30% — 1958 mg
Zinc — 41 ppm
Vitamin E — 375 IU
Corn, Soybean meal, Cottonseed meal, Vitamin E Supplement, Alfalfa meal, Corn Oil, Dicalcium Phosphate, L-lysine, L-Arginine, Zinc Methionine Complex, Corn distillers grain, Wheat germ meal, Biotin.
Biotin – A water-soluble B vitamin that plays in important role as an enzymatic cofactor in metabolism, meaning it is an inorganic complement to the enzyme reaction involved in metabolism. It is a popular nutritional supplement administered to horses to promote and maintain the growth of healthy hooves and coats. (Thehorse.com – biotin does it work? Written by Stacey Oke, DVM)
Octacosanol – used to improve exercise performance including strength, stamina, and reaction time.
Vitamin E – Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin, which plays a role as the #1 antioxidant & immune booster in the body. It also helps to prevent free radical damage to specific fats in the body that are critical for health and is an important vitamin that is required for the proper function of many organs in the body. In addition to being an antioxidant, Vitamin E is a “potent anti-inflammatory when given in high levels,” according to a University of Florida study. Your horse does not make Vitamin E. Daily outside sources of Vitamin E are required to maintain the right blood and tissue levels to help protect cells. Nerve tissue especially requires Vitamin E to function properly. Horses quickly get deficient if they engage in moderate to high amounts of physical activity. (Holistichorse.com DVM Frank K Reilly)
Zinc – The most important job of zinc (Zn) in your horse’s body is to be a part of enzymes. It is a part of many important enzymes, including those responsible for insulin production, blood clotting, and wound healing. Zinc is required by animals for numerous functions including: immunity, reproduction, skin and hoof integrity, muscle development, and milk production. (Understanding-horse-nutrition.com)