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Kevin Bacon's Hoof Formula - Equine Hoof Supplement

Kevin Bacon's Hoof Formula - Equine Hoof Supplement

Category: Hoof Feed Supplements
Brand: Kevin Bacon

Kevin Bacon's Hoof Formula

Kevin Bacon's Hoof Formula is an original composition that makes it a unique and specific high quality nutritional supplement that speeds hoof growth and improves horn quality.

Kevin Bacon's Hoof Formula contains 37% highly digestible proteins that are particularly rich in essential amino acids and the sulfur-containing amino acids methionine (42 gm/kg) and cystine (42 gm/kg). Kevin Bacon's Hoof Formula is thus especially weil suited for equine athletes on high energy grain diets.

Kevin Bacon's Hoof Formula contains a high amount of biotin (500mg / kg) and vitamin A (975000 Ul/lg). When combined with other vitamins (Vit PP, Vit Bc, Vit B12) these two factors play vital roles in the synthesis of tough, healthy horn.

The product also contains an optimal complex of vitamins for horses with skin, coat and horn problems. It contains a high concentration of calcium (117 gm/kg) to correct possible imbalances in the mineral intake and optimal proportions of other minerals that are indispensable for a horse's health - i.e. magnesium, potassium and phosphorus.

In addition, Kevin Bacon's Hoof Formula includes the necessary trace elements - copper, zinc, cobalt and iodine.

Recommended daily dose:

Per 100 kg of body weight 1/4 measure  /40 gr

Foals (from 6 to 18 months) 1/4 measure / 40 gr
Ponies 1/2 measure / 80 gr
Horses 1 measure / 160 gr

Maintenance dose = one half of the daily dose


Kevin Bacon's Hoof Formula - Equine Hoof Supplement
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