Powerful Hoof Supplement
- MSM & Methionine
- Zinc, Copper, Lysine and B-6
- Diamond V™ Prebiotic Fermented Yeast
Problems with your horse’s hooves?
Are you tired of losing shoes, dealing with crumbly hoof walls, quartercracks, tender and sore hooves? Building a healthy hoof is crucial to keeping your horse sound and performing at his best.
Grand Hoof’s original hoof supplement formula was developed over 20 years ago and Grand Hoof Pellets+ MSM offers a very similar product in an extremely palatable 1oz pellet and the addition of 5000mg of MSM. This potent formula will give you the best and quickest results – the results you and your farrier are looking for.
It is important to be patient with hoof supplements. It takes 3-6 months for solid improvement and almost a year for the hoof to completely grow out. First you’ll see a new healthier band of hoof growth directly below the coronary band.
Biotin – stimulates keratin production in the hoof’s laminae and coronary band to support the hoof wall, frog and white line, minimizing weak walls and cracks and protecting the exterior hoof wall from moisture damage.
MSM & Methionine – increases delivery of hoof building nutrients and supports the connective tissues inside the hoof wall. MSM and Methionine work as vasodilators, relaxing blood vessels vital to circulating nutrient rich blood into the small capillaries inside the hoof.
Zinc, Copper, Lysine and B-6 – are important for protein and enzyme synthesis for proper hoof repair, and growth.
Diamond V™ Prebiotic Fermented Yeast – supports feed digestibility and utilization.
Other brands need up to 6X more…
Don’t be fooled that more is better.
Many companies add higher levels of biotin, but use a diluted 1% triturated form. We tested a number of popular brands with high Biotin claims and found actual ingredients didn’t match label claims. Grand Hoof formulas use a concentrated pure grade of stabilized Biotin and the proper ratio of hoof-building nutrients. Results from research prove just 15-20 mg of biotin works.
Product Facts • Per 1oz. (28.5 g) unit
5 lb, 10 lb, 25 lb