The summer ointment has an optimum application temperature between 23° and 35° C. Thanks to an active substance of penetration, it quickly penetrates the hoof.
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Use: The summer ointment has an optimum application temperature between 23° and 35° C. Thanks to an active substance of penetration, it quickly penetrates the hoof. The ointment feeds, softens and strengthens the horn and the fork. It also sanitizes the fork and supports an important growth of the hoof.
- Apply two to three times a week with a brush on a dry and clean surface. Insist on the fork, the horn and the coronet.
- To prevent putrefied forks or brittle hooves, the operation could be repeated daily. - When hydrometric is very low, we recommend greasing daily the hoof to preserve its flexibility.
Composition: - Essential oils. - Beeswax. - Vegetable oil. - Food grade cod-liver oil, cold filtered. - Food grade beef fat. - Vaseline codex P23 - Vitamins.
Comments: This ointment is ideally suited in summer with its significant hydrating and softening effect. Its sanitizing effect is provided by an essential oil. The essential oil may slide on the cleft between the claws; you should then use Black Summer Ointment for its greater sanitizing effect.