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Biotin contains B vitamins and sulphur, which are particularly useful in maintaining good hoof growth. Horses manufacture B vitamins in the large intestine during the breakdown of fibre, and the absorption of these vitamins, added to those obtained from a well-balanced diet, usually provides adequate levels for the horse. Horses or ponies that often pull their shoes off or those with chronic or recurring laminitis can benefit from being fed biotin.
These are also delicious treats in a handy size which can be used as a training aid to reward horses or ponies or just as a healthy and affordable treat.