Complete nutritional supplement containing all the nutrients a horse needs for its health and well-being.
Hoof Formula is a unique and specific, optimal nutritional supplement that has been developed by specialists. It ensures faster horn growth and improves the quality of the hoof horn.
This product is highly sought after in the equestrian world (jumping, eventing and endurance) and is especially appreciated by trotter and racehorse trainers, as well as horse breeders.
Hoof Formula comes in the form of compact granules that are very tasty and have a high biological value. It contains 37% easily digestible proteins and is particularly rich in essential and sulphur-containing amino acids such as methionine and cystine. Therefore, it is especially suitable for sport horses that are fed an energy-rich, grain-based diet.
Hoof Formula probably contains a higher concentration of biotin (100 mg/kg) and vitamin A (975000 IU/kg) than any other nutritional supplement. Combined with the other vitamins present in this product (Vit PP, Vit Bc, Vit B12), these two components play an important role in the formation of a healthy hoof horn.
Hoof Formula is also an optimal vitamin complex.
In addition to a high concentration of calcium to correct any imbalance, this product also contains optimal concentrations of other indispensable minerals such as magnesium, potassium and phosphorus.
Because these components cannot function optimally without the presence of trace elements (which mainly serve as co-factors), Hoof Formula also contains a substantial amount of copper, zinc, cobalt and iodine.
All this makes Hoof Formula a high quality and balanced supplement with a high nutritional value that is suitable for all horses!
Hoof Formula is recommended for daily use for:
- foals (from 6 to 18 months): for a harmonious development of the body in general and in particular of the musculoskeletal system;
- leisure and sport horses: during intensive training periods and the competition season;
- breeding stock: for pregnant and lactating mares or stallions during the breeding season;
- horses recovering: from disorders or injuries to optimize the healing process;
- older: horses at rest to compensate for a lack of appetite.