06-04-2012, 01:07 AM
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Good quality ones - I find you get what you pay for & the 'cheap' ones aren't so cheap if they're not doing the job.
Depends on your horse's diet as to what he may need/want. Eg he may be low in only zinc, copper & iodine in his diet, so a 'hoof specific' supp may do, or he may be lacking/imbalanced in all sorts. Some mix & match, some prefer a 'complete' supp. If you're hard feeding him, a powdered supp can be easily mixed in, but if you're not & he can't afford a feed - already gets too many calories for eg. A low dose pelleted 'ration balancer' may be best. FeedXL.com is an economical & great service/program for working out the specifics & products that will fit your horse's 'bill'.