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Supplements for Skin, Fur & Hooves

Supplements for Skin, Fur & Hooves

Supplementary feed for skin, coat & hooves ensures more resistant skin, a silky shiny coat, strong long hairs, and noticeably improved horn quality in horses. These quality feeds for horses contain, among other things, high-quality biotin, which contributes to the healthy growth of skin, coat & hooves.
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Supplementary feed for skin, coat & hooves

If a horse is provided with all important nutrients, this will show in a healthy skin, shiny coat and strong hooves. Nutrient deficiencies are often reflected in skin, coat and hoof problems. A targeted supply of appropriate nutrients through supplementary feed for skin, coat & hooves can be the solution to such problems. However, the addition of feed for skin, coat & hooves can also have a beneficial effect in the case of eczema, mallenders, thrush, or chronic itching and flaky horse coats. 

Horse feed for skin and coat 

In the case of illnesses, incorrect feeding or unfavourable husbandry conditions, problems usually first show up on the horse's skin and coat. The horse's coat becomes dull and no longer shiny, the skin becomes more sensitive. Noticeable signs such as dry, scaly skin and increased itching should therefore be taken seriously. External factors such as fungi, bacteria or pests like mites and hair lice or internal factors can be responsible for a changed skin appearance and dull coat. Allergies to insects can also be the reason for changes in the horse's coat and skin. In many cases, there is also an insufficient supply of important nutrients. A lack of vitamins & minerals can cause a dull coat and dry skin in horses. A blood count from the vet can provide information about any deficiencies in the nutrient supply. 

The horse's skin in particular needs zinc as an absolute essential trace element. Zinc for horses promotes wound healing and recovery. But other minerals such as selenium or manganese also promote healthy skin in horses. Above all, vitamin H, better known as biotin, ensures a healthy-looking, shiny coat. In addition to biotin for horses, various oils for horses with a high content of omega 3 and other fats can make the horse's coat shine even more. Flax seed oil for horses and black seed oil for horses also have a positive effect on the horse's coat. If the supply of supplementary feed for the horse's skin and coat is right, only dust will stand in the way of a shiny and healthy horse coat. With coat care and mane care products for horses, good horse shampoo, and coat care horse shine sprays, this too won't be a problem.

Additional hoof feed for horses

As a running animal, the horse once covered a lot of kilometres every day in search of food. Healthy, strong hooves were therefore just as essential then as they are today. The hoof of the horse is made of hard-wearing horn, it bears the entire weight of the horse, protects on uneven ground and is self-healing:  cracks simply grow back completely. Unfortunately, many horses today suffer from hoof problems. The horn of the hoof is brittle, prone to crumbling or much too soft. As a result, the horseshoes no longer stay in place, the hooves crack open, and cracks that have already formed in the hoof no longer grow together. Too flat heels, thrush, and the tendency to develop hoof ulcers are also among the daily hoof problems in our stables. The reason for such poor quality hooves can be attributed to unfavourable husbandry conditions, diseases or an insufficient supply of important nutrients. To support the natural hoof, hoof supplements for horses are available. They support the natural growth of the hoof, strengthen the horn and keep it elastic at the same time

Biotin for horses 

Not only horses' hooves and skin need biotin. Biotin for horses supports the entire body. In particular, it takes on important tasks in the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates and proteins. In addition, biotin for horses is responsible for the formation of keratin, which, as we women know, is quite important for beautiful hair, good skin and healthy horn. Often, supplementary feeds with biotin also contain methionine to improve hoof growth and regulate the moisture balance of the hoof. A lack of biotin is reflected in the appearance of the horse's skin, hooves, coat and long hair. However, this can be counteracted with high-quality biotin supplements

At Horze you can discover high-quality supplementary feeds for your horse's skin, coat & hooves from high-quality manufacturers such as Global Herbs, Cavalor, Eggersmann, Leovet, Pavo and many more. And also for the additional coat care skin care & mane care of your horse you will find everything you need.  
 

 

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