Farnam Horseshoers Secret Hoof Conditioner

$15.22
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Farnam Horseshoers Secret Hoof Conditioner

$15.22

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Product Summary:

Farnam® Horseshoer’s Secret® Deep Penetrating Hoof Conditioner

This exclusive moisturizing formula penetrates deep to help condition and protect hooves.

Features:

  • Formula is high in essential fatty acids, natural moisturizers, and avocado oil
  • Helps stimulate collagen production at the coronary bandoil
  • Contains glycerin which helps attract moisture to the hoof and mineral oil to help lock in oil
  • Helps repair damaged hooves and helps avoid cracks, splits, and contracted heelsoil
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for my horses hoof
Cindy T on Nov 26, 2016
it works great!
Beth G on Nov 9, 2014
Have always used this product and love how well it keep my mares hoofs moist and conditioned.
EUGENIA R on Jul 25, 2016
Good price for good product
CHERYL H on Sep 25, 2014
One comment states you can't use this product around the shop's nails. Can you explain why? I see nothing in the directions or in the MSDS that suggests this would be a problem. Thank you!
Jolene K on Jul 26, 2016
Best Answer: I would ask your farrier what he recommends. My farrier definitely has an opinion on what to use on the horse's feet. Some products may be better suited to your particular climate or the environment that your horse lives in. Your farrier will know what products seem to work best for his clients. I used this product for years on horses that were shod and also barefooted. I tended to use it mostly toward the coronary band where the new hoof would be. Since it usually melts and runs down anyway, I didn't see the need to coat the whole foot.
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