Ranvet Hoof Food
Ranvet Hoof Food
Hoof growth promoter and strengthener for horses.
Hoof growth and regeneration is very much an “inside-outside” process.
Painting something onto the outside of the hoof won’t cause regeneration, the hoof must receive nutrients from the bloodstream in order to stimulate growth and repair.
Your answer is daily supplementation with Ranvet Hoof Food.
The coronary band is the primary source of growth and nutrition for the hoof wall.
Ranvet Hoof Food provides high levels of Biotin together with other essential pre-Keratins which are needed to promote hoof growth and repair.
Biotin has been proved to stimulate horn production and to lay it down at a faster rate, not only in the coronary band but also in the laminate, thus improving the strength and integrity of the periople, hoof wall, sole, frog and white line junction.
Directions and Dosage Rates:
Treatment – 30g daily, mixed through the feed.
- 15g daily, mixed through the feed.
- Pregnant Mares: 60g daily, during the last quarter of gestation.
- A measure is provided.
- One level measure holds 30g of HOOF FOOD added to a dry feed.
Overall improvement in hoof horn growth and strength generally occurs within 3 to 5 months.
In cases of severe hoof damage, and with very large horses supplementation should continue for 9 to 12 months, or longer.
Hoof Food is a hoof growth promoter for horses. Hoof Food aids in the prevention and treatment of cracked wall, contracted heels, thin soles, bruised soles, seedy toe, shallow heels, split frogs, laminitis and shelly feet.
Active Ingredients per KG
- Biotin 500mg
- Gelatin 66.6g
- Sulphur 133.3g
- Methionine 286.6g
- Choline 6.8g
- Zinc 240mg
- Magnesium 164.7g
- Supplies a combination of zinc, methionine, sulphur, choline, magnesium and gelatin for optimum hoof wall growth.
- Reduces tender soles and dry, brittle walls.
- Promotes stronger, healthier hoof and sole wall.
- Ensures water-soluble B-Group vitamin, Biotin is replenished daily facilitating optimal available levels.
- Treats a variety of hoof associated defects such as a cracked wall, contracted heels, thin soles, bruised soles, seedy toe, split frogs, laminitis and dry shelly feet.