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State Line Tack Hoof & Coat

State Line Tack Hoof & Coat


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Product Summary:

Hoof supplements can help heal dry, brittle and cracked hooves, or chronic foot soreness. Crumbling and weak hooves are a sign of nutritional imbalance and may be a result of feed that is lacking the proper nutrients.

State Line Tack Hoof & Coat is an apple and molasses flavored pelleted formula that provides a full spectrum of vitamins and minerals that help maintain healthy coats and strong hoof walls. For all classes of horses.

Recommended for prior and during competition, pregnancy, poor diet, stress to hoof wall, soft hooves and poor hair coat or excess shedding.

Enclosed scoop holds one ounce. Serve one ounce per day with regular ration. (Amount based on 1,000 lb. horse, adjust accordingly.)
Ingredients: Wheat Mill Run, Barley, Corn, Biotin, Molasses Cane, Molasses Dry, Rice Bran, dl Methionine, Zinc Sulfate, Sugar, Lysine, Copper Sulfate, Apple Flavoring, Choline Chloride, Zinc Proteinate, Copper Proteinate, Ascorbic Acid, Selenium, Raspberry, Vitamin E, Vitamin A, Vitamin B6, Vitamin D, and Cobalt Sulfate. 
Guaranteed Analysis Per Ounce:
All quantities minimum unless otherwise stated.
Crude Protein (min) - 8.3%
Lysine (min %) - 1.0% (283 mg)
Methionine (min %) - 2.3% (580 mg)
Crude Fat (min) - 2.4%
Crude Fiber (max) - 4.9%
Moisture (max) - 12%
Zinc - 203 mg/447ppm
Copper - 75 mg/165ppm
Selenium - 1 mg/2ppm
Vitamin A - 15,625 IU
Biotin - 22.5 mg
Vitamin B6 - 12.5 mg
Choline - 62.5 mg
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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 4 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great supplement I used this on a Perlino mare and there was a noticeable difference in her coat and hooves. Since our 2011 spring in WI was so wet, her hooves were starting to look very poor. After a few weeks of this supplement her hooves were very strong again with good comments from the farrier. She also developed faint dapples in her already beautiful coat after taking this, so it helped both. It does smell a little funky but she ate it right up, even out of my hand. January 23, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works great My Appaloosa gelding had feet that would chip and crack very easily. After using this supplement, his feet don't crack or chip. He likes to eat it. I would recommend this to anyone with a horse that has some hoof strength issues. July 22, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by good product I really like this product it made my draft mares coat so shiny and her mane is finaaly growing back in and so is her tail . Her hooves look amazing I can go 8 weeks with out a trim . Overall good product for a good price January 10, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Hoof & Coat is GREAT Every winter, my nine year old mare would not fuzz up enough to go without a blanket. Every spring, she would shed in bald spots all over. She looked BAD for a couple months. Summer 2008, we had some hoof problems, and I started her on the StateLine Hoof & Coat. Not only did her hooves improve, but she shed her winter coat normally, and this fall, she is fuzzing up better than she ever had. It's only November and she has a better coat then she's ever had in February. Hoof & Coat is the only change we made, so it has to be this stuff. November 8, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by pretty good I used this during the winter for their coats and it worked. it smells like garlic to me. My horses were a bit repulsed at the smell, but I put a bit a molasses in with their feed and this, and that did the trick. It really does work and you can see a difference pretty quickly. May 26, 2009
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not Palatable My horses will not eat this supplement. It has a very strong aroma. Even my draft horse that devours anything would not touch his morning feed. The price is great but if your horses wont eat it then they are not receiving any benefit. January 12, 2009
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