• Biotin – many horses have genetically poor hoof quality.
Research studies show improvement in many horses over
a period of months with biotin.
• Calcium – Involved in cross-linking of hoof proteins. If
diet is deficient in calcium, hoof structure can be
• Iodine – Can act as anti-fungal agent at higher levels.
Field observations suggest oral iodine may help resolve
white line disease.
• Organic minerals – Organic sources of certain minerals,
especially zinc and copper, are absorbed more readily
than inorganic sources. Zinc and copper work with
enzymes important in developing and maintaining hoof
• Methionine/Cystine – Sulfur containing amino acids,
when in the correct balance with other amino acids, can
improve hoof quality and growth.
Appropriate for ages: 1 year and older
Feeding Directions: Topdress 6 ounces (0.37 lbs) or one level scoop per day.