Equine Challenge™ Hoof Propel. This is not like most of the hoof supplement products which are available on the market today. Most hoof products will have increased levels of Methionine, Lysine and Biotin and occasionally it may have one B vitamin, perhaps some zinc or copper, sometimes both, and it will normally be in a byproduct waste filler.
EC-Hoof Propel does indeed have increased levels of Methioine, Lysine and Biotin, more importantly it has 8 other necessary ingredients which facilitate the metabolism of the increased levels of Methionine and Biotin. For example, Methionine requires Cobalamin Vit B12, Pyridoxine Vit B6, Folic Acid B9 and Magnesium to be metabolized. Biotin is more effectively metabolized in the presence of Riboflavin B2.
EC-Hoof Propel contains ZinPro Zinc and ZinPro Copper in Amino Acid Complex form in synergistic amounts to promote strong and durable hooves.
As always, Equine Challenge™ uses milled Flax Seed as the carrier of these nutritional building blocks not a byproduct waste such as wheat millrun, Dried Distiller’s Grain Solutes or such.
Equine Challenge™ Hoof Propel is designed as a complimentary product which can be fed with any of the Equine Challenge™ forage specific formulas. The horse does not have a “Special Hoof” stomach, since the stomach and digestive system serves the entire horse, it is a good idea to provide the synergistic nutritional building blocks for the whole horse.
We Challenge you to compare your current hoof product or your potential hoof product with Equine Challenge™ Hoof Propel….we know when you do, you will…”Take the Challenge”. **For tender footed horses or horses in varying degrees of laminitic stress or founder, we encourage you to consider Equine Challenge™ Laminae 911 for pain relief and recovery of the forementioned hoof pathologies.
Equine Challenge™ Hoof Propel Feeding Instructions:
Feed one scoop (approximately 1 oz.) daily in conjunction with Equine Challenge™ forage specific Vitamins & Minerals.
Storage: Store in a cool, dry location away from direct sunlight. Keep tightly sealed.