Hoof Supplement 2 x 1.305kg (180day supply)

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  • Hoof Supplement 2 x 1.305kg (180day supply)

Hoof Supplement 2 x 1.305kg (180day supply)

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Better4Hooves Hoof Supplement is a totally unique hoof product.

The product was created by a farrier with experience at the highest level and then perfected with input from vets and specialist nutritionists to ensure a unique and natural product.

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

The highest quality ingredients are blended together at appropriate levels to act in a totally synergystic manner.

This allows the active ingredients to be fully absorbed and therefore optimized by the horse's body to fully benefit the horn and hoof growth, strength and quality.

Better 4 Hooves is veterinary and farrier approved.

There can be no truer saying than no hoof no horse! There are many factors that contribute to maintaining good hoof horn structure and foot conformation, including genetics, environment and climate.

Nutrition is a primary consideration where hoof horn quality and growth are concerned. Both nutritionists & farriers recognise the importance and influence diet has on hoof horn quality. Brittle hooves and poor hoof growth are commonly attributed to nutritional deficiencies. In these cases the correct balance of essential nutritional ingredients is vital in rehabilitating the hooves.

The main nutrients that are required for good hoof horn quality and growth include biotin, zinc, sulphur, quality protein and calcium.

Biotin is a B complex vitamin that is normally present in the diet to meet the minimum requirements, but the level published to improve hoof horn quality is significantly higher. There are many scientific studies that clearly show the benefit of supplementation with biotin. It has been proven to show that for clinical improvement in hoof growth and structure, biotin is essential. However supplementing biotin alone is unadvisable as results are unpredictable and biotin alone is not enough to improve horn quality as its only one of many essential nutrients needed. Better4Hooves packs in 35mg per daily serving, the optimum amount.

Horses with hoof defects to the stratum externum (outer layers ) are more likely to respond to supplementation of the diet with biotin, whereas those with defects to the statum medium (inner layers) are more likely to respond to supplementation with other nutrients, such as additional quality protein and bioavailable calcium. 

Zinc is needed for the normal keratinisation of hoof horn. A reduced level of zinc in hoof horn has been reported to be associated with decreased hoof horn strength compared to normal horses and this appears to be positively influenced by supplementary zinc.

MSM, Methyl Sulphonyl Methane provides a bioavailable source of organic sulphur needed for the formation of sulphur containing compounds such as biotin. Sulphur is also needed for the formation of cross linkages that strengthen the keratin that is part of hoof horn structure.

Methionine is an essential sulphur containing amino acid that must be supplied by the diet. The structure of hoof horn includes a region known as the matrix, which contains proteins rich in sulphur containing amino acids.


Linseed Meal
Calcium Carbonate
Methyl Sulponyl Methane

Amino Acids:
di-Methionine 3c301 20,000mg
l-lysine 3.2.3 28,500mg

Trace Elements: 
Copper (Cupric chelate of amino acid hydrate) E4 1,200mg
Zinc Chelate of protein hydrolysates 3b612 3,150mg

Biotin 3a880 2,415mg
Calcium-D-pantothenate 3a841 1,125mg
B6 3a831 730mg

Analytical Constituents:

Crude Protein 30%
Crude Fibre 8%
Crude Oils and Fats 12.00%
Crude Ash 17.00%
Sodium 0.20%
Calcium 4.50%

Horses in training, Horses at grass, all competition horses, ponies prone to laminitis, horses with poor quality hoof.

Feeding Guidlines:
Horses up to 500kg, 1 scoop (14.5g) per day.
Ponies up to 250kg, 1/2 scoop (7.25g) per day.
For horses over 500kg or with extremely bad feet, feed up to 2 scoops per day.
Feed daily for best results and ongoing hoof support.