Disinfect & Protect the Hooves Farrier’s Finish® is a liquid topical hoof disinfectant and conditioner that not only destroys the microbes which cause white line disease, thrush, and crumbling hoof wall, but also supports correct hoof capsule moisture balance in excessively wet or dry conditions. Farrier’s Finish® not only protects and disinfectants the surface of the hoof, but it also penetrates deep into hoof wall defects to combat microbes at the foundation of the invasion. Farrier’s Finish® is non-caustic and does not contain tar or petroleum based chemicals.
Made in the USA.
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Apply to hooves with cracks, crevices and nail holes.
Repels hoof destroying microbial invasions, both bacterial and fungal.
Maintains correct hoof capsule moisture balance in excessively wet or dry conditions.
SHAKE WELL before use.
Hoof should be clean and dry before application.
Allow to penetrate for several minutes.
For Hoof problems: Apply daily to entire hoof (coronary band, wall, sole, and frog). Special attention should be given to the white line area at the junction of the sole and the hoof wall and any other areas of concern.
As a Hoof protectant: Apply daily or as often as conditions dictate when utilized as a protectant from ‘hoof eating’ microbes or in excessively wet or dry conditions. Repeat application each time the hoof is dressed, rasped or trimmed.