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About This Item
Dual-action supplement provides nutritional support to promote healthy hooves and skin in your horse.
Contains quality ingredients like biotin, iodine, chelated zinc, amino acids and fatty acids.
Supports quality, faster growth of resilient hoof horn.
Supports the growth of shiny coats and a healthy mane and tail.
May help to improve the health of hooves that have been damaged by conditions like laminitis or seedy toe.
The Kentucky Equine Research Bio-Bloom PS Coat Conditioner Horse Supplement supports healthy-as-a-horse nutrition from the inside out. This formula supports healthy hooves and skin by providing your horse with key nutrients that are needed to produce resilient hoof horn and shiny, eye-catching coats. Biotin, iodine, chelated zinc, amino acids and fatty acids don’t just support quality hoof and coat growth, but also support faster growth. This supplement may help to improve the health of hooves that have been damaged by laminitis, seedy toe, sand cracks and the stress of wet-dry cycles. It also supports soft, shiny coats and healthy manes and tails—ideal for the show ring or for putting an extra shine on your pleasure horse.
Top-dress on feed. Feed 30 g to 60 g per day to horses and ponies. Feed 60 g per day for treatment of acute hoof damage and coat conditioning. Feed 90-120 g to horses recovering from laminitis.
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Questions & Answers
1 Customer Questions
How long will this container last one horse?
Answer by • Sep 08, 2020
The duration of how long this Bio-Bloom PS horse supplement would last depends on the dosage given. Top-dress on feed. Feed 30 g to 60 g per day to horses and ponies. Feed 60 g per day for treatment of acute hoof damage and coat conditioning. Feed 90-120 g to horses recovering from laminitis.
I'm sure it's probably a very good supplement, but my horse won't touch her feed with it in there. It's the same with most all supplements for her.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Myboys on Jan 22, 2021
I was thrilled to see Chewy carries horse supplements. I gave this product 5 stars because my "chonky" mini horse typically founders once a year, he also has crazy blood sugar issues so I won't know if this helps his feet for several months but he LOVES this stuff!