Biotin II 22X
Consistent with MVP quality
This is an excellent hoof supplement. I recently switched to another only because of cost.
May 3, 2013
Love this product. Keeps my horses feet strong and healthy. Wonderful product.
November 9, 2012
This product has helped my horse's hoofs. He is wearing his shoes from six to eight weeks. There are now no cracks in his hoofs. My farrier is please with the condition of his hoofs.
July 12, 2012
Some improvement, had hoped for more
I started my 10 yr. old TB on this a year ago to help improve hoof growth and quality. I wanted to keep her on it for a full year before writing a review to give her feet the time they needed to completely grow out. I did see improvement in the condition of her white line and her feet are not as soft as they once were. Saddly, it did nothing for improving growth, overall quality, or cracking. I gave it a 5 for palatability however my mare will eat anything.
June 29, 2012
Takes a while, but you can see the difference!
My mare has been on this for 5 months now. It's taken up until the last month to really SEE the difference. My pony has never had to have her feet cut with the nippers, only filed with the rasp. The last farrier visit, she had enough foot to actually nip! Her tail is where I can really see the difference- once eaten off by a baby, it was just under her hocks when I got her and seemed to never grow. In the last few months, it's grown A LOT and it's almost down to her fetlocks, in addition to being fuller.
I do find the pellets left over in her bucket from time to time, but she's the type that will randomly decide "I don't want this supplement today" and leave which ever one she doesn't want in the bucket..
February 3, 2012
This supplement is amazing. My paint/thoroughbred had really dry, cracking and split hooves and couldn't hold shoes very long after using this for 2 months the difference has been amazing he has completely new hooves and he is holding his shoes with ease, no more split hooves. Worth every penny. It took him a day or two to get use to the taste but now he cleans his bowl he is the pickiest horse alive so I don't think other horses would have much of a problem if he doesn't.
February 2, 2012