Mega Hoof Complex
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Mega Hoof Complex features a nutrient profile that is superior in the elements required for the development of both quality and growth! Because we provide all of the required elements in this maximum strength formula, Mega Hoof Complex will outdo the competition. Improve your chances of success with this maximum strength formula!
There are a number of elements that are responsible for the development of a healthy hoof - and a shortage in any one of them may limit how well the body is able to utilize the others. The information below is a brief overview of these elements, select any link for more details:
Biotin has been long valued for its ability to enhance NEW horn growth. This process may take months to complete, but studies show adequate Biotin intake can help expedite the process considerably.
Zinc & Copper are responsible for improving the integrity of the horn, itself. Horses deficient in either one, or both of these nutrients will tend to lose shoes and have cracks in their hooves. This deficiency may also be responsible for poor frog and sole health.
l- Lysine is an essential amino acid, which is considered as ‘rate limiting’ because in the absence of lysine, the other amino acids don’t absorb as well. This is important to improve efficiency in protein utilization, which will ultimately growth, blood building, tissue repair, and muscle development. In a hoof supplement it directly applies to how well the l-Methionine is absorbed to enhance the Keratin content in the hoof (Keratin is the protein responsible for improving the strength of the cellular bonds that make up the hoof material).
l-Methionine is an essential amino acid, which is required by the body to assist in the formation of Cysteine & Keratin. Essentially, they help to strengthen the cellular bonds that would need to be improved when deteriorating hoof conditions are evident. The domestic horse today tends to fall short of the required levels of l-Methionine and Lysine, so supplementing several thousand milligrams daily is a great way to ensure they’re meeting their requirements.
Feeding Directions: For horses that have poor hoof condition, give 1/2 to 1 scoop twice daily. For maintenance give 1/2 to 1 scoop per day.
*Each serving is one 1/2 scoop measure. When giving the full loading rate of 1 full scoop twice daily, it requires 4 servings daily.
Please consider when choosing a size.
3 lb size - 84 x 1/2 scoop servings
6 lb size - 168 x 1/2 scoop servings
12 lb size - 336 x 1/2 scoop servings
25 lb size - 700 x 1/2 scoop servings
|Guaranteed Analysis:||Per 16 grams|
|(1/2 scoop serving)|