Life Data Hoof Disinfectant&trade;
well I think it was ok, hard to tell because I have been doing a few things. I was told it would come with an applicator and it did not. When I called, the gal was nice, but when she checked into it she found that the newer bottles did not have them.... she suggested I use a sponge to apply which it was ok but a little messy. I wish they did come with an applicator....
March 15, 2013
I am using this on my rescue mare, who arrived with a nasty case of thrush. One day after the first application, her frog is dry (but not too dry), with no stinky yuck to be found. I will continue to use daily for a while, but I am convinced this product will clear up the thrush completely in a short time. I used a small paint brush to soak it into all the nooks and crannies.
March 5, 2013
Seems to work
Having read the other reviews about the 'daubber' I quickly transferred mine into a small spray bottle. It goes on easy and I use an old toothbrush to get it into the nail holes and along the frog. I simply spray and brush. I think it has improved my horse's hooves.
November 9, 2012
This is a fantastic product. Can't believe how it improved my horses feet, and in just a short time. Only thing, get rid of the dauber and use a small brush, something about 1/2" wide works great.
September 27, 2012
This should not be sold in the current packaging. On my first use, half the bottle emptied because it tipped over. It should be sold in a squeeze bottle and the label bled all over my hand. The sponge tip applicator isn't necessary. It just gets dirtier and dirtier as you use it and put it back in the bottle. I think I will stick with the Bannix.
February 28, 2012