Hoof Max Care

Balanced Growth in Foals

Mare – Foal – Youngstock



    Biotin, vitamins and essential amino acids HOOF MAX CARE supplements are unique in that.

    They not only provide nutrients to directly support.

    Hoof health, they also provide nutritional support.

    That helps target healthy liver function, which, in turn is fundamental to healthy hoof growth.

    Biotin is combined with a rich sulphur complex of methionine, cysteine and MSM, minerals including

    Calcium and zinc, and a broad spectrum of naturally sourced amino acids and essential fatty acids.

    Hoof supplements help horses contend with many environmental challenges throughout the year.
    The weather varies all the time, grazing quality fluctuates and your horse’s workload may change, too.
    Hoof quality is largely affected by diet, while external elements, including climate, management and care, also play an important role.
    Hoof problems, such as poor quality horn, slow growth and increased occurrence of hoof cracks and splits, can often be attributed to nutritional deficiencies, but by providing targeted daily nutritional support with a specially formulated hoof supplement, you can maintain and support healthy hooves.

    Supplements can only improve the quality of new horn, rather than the existing, so if you decide to use a hoof supplement you need to commit to using it for a number of months before you will notice a visible difference.
    Topical applications, such as hoof oils and conditioners, can have a positive effect on your horse’s hooves, too, while hoof boots will also offer barefoot horses additional protection.

  • Vitamins

    • Vitamin C: 29.700 mg/kg
    • Vitamin E: 1.230 mg/kg
    • Vitamin B6: 966 mg/kg
    • D-Biotin: 713 mg/kg
    • Vitamin B5: 481 mg/kg

    Trace Elements

    • Zinc sulphate: 11.300 mg/kg
    • Manganous sulphate: 1.230 mg/kg
    Amino Acids
    • L-Lysine monohydrochloride: 38.800 mg/kg
    • DL-Methionine: 24.300 mg/kg

    Trace Elements

    • Manganous sulphate: 10.000 mg/kg
    • Monohydrate


    Maize, Calcium carbonate, Carrot (dried), Rosehip shells, Methyl sulphonyl methane, Milk thistle seeds, Olive- tree leaves (dried), Rapeseed oil, Fenugreek seed, Omicha berries, Dandelion leaves, Turmeric, Chlorella (dried), Mushroom (dried), Ginger, Ginkgo leaves, Rosemary, Licorice.
  • Pregnant mare 3 scoops 60 gr
    in the foals (200 kg) 1,5 scoops 30 gr
    in the foals (200 – 400 kg) 2 scoops 40 gr

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