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    Durvet BiotinDaily Hoof Supplement

    Durvet Animal Health Products
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    Description

    BiotinDAILY is an all-inclusive supplement designed to help your horse maintain a healthy coat, hooves, and digestive system. This daily supplement can be administered to horses of all size to promote a healthy active lifestyle.

    Key Benefits

    • Promotes healthy hoof growth: Supplement is loaded with biotin to help maintain hoof growth and develop strong hoof walls.
    • Nutritional support: Contains flaxseed meal for added amino acids, vitamins, and trace minerals.
    • Healthy coat and skin: Beyond hoof health, amino acids also contribute to a sleek, shiny coat, and hydrated skin.
    • Delicious flavor: With a delicious apple flavor, horses will love their daily dose.
    • Ideal dosage: Include 1-ounce of supplement with horse's daily food ration.

    Feeding Instructions

    Top feed 1/2 to 1 oz of BiotinDAILY into your horse's daily ration

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    Guaranteed Analysis

    Crude Protein (min): 12%

    Crude Fat (min): 4%

    Linolenic Acid (Omega 3 Fatty Acids): 0.2% or 45.63 mg/oz

    Linoleic Acid (Omega 6 Fatty Acids): 0.01% or 0.875 mg/oz

    Crude Fiber (min): 8.0%

    Biotin (min): 320 mg/lb or 20 mg/oz

    Saccharomyces cerevisiae: 15 Billion cfu/lb. or 1.25 Billion cfu/oz

    Ingredients

    Biotin, yeast Culture (Saccharomyces cerevisiae grown on a media of ground yellow corn, diastatic malt, and cane molasses, dried to preserve its fermenting action.) Flaxseed Screenings Meal, Wheat Middlings, Corn Distillers Dried Grains with Soluble, Dehydrated Alfalfa Meal, Soybean Oil, Natural and Artificial Flavors.

    Contains a source of live (viable) naturally occurring microorganisms.

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