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Not only is biotin important for hoof health through the production of keratin, but biotin is also involved in various enzymes that are essential in carbohydrate, fat, and protein metabolism. Therefore, it is essential for the conversion of feed into energy for the horse to use. 

What does “grain-free” actually mean?

Horses have evolved to trickle feed on forage. Feeding grains began to meet the additional energy requirements of working horses.

Selenium in the Equine Diet

Selenium is a trace mineral; this means that it is required in small doses. Selenium is essential for regular physiological functioning in the horse and has a few different roles in the body.

Dietary Zinc & Hoof Health

Zinc is a trace mineral that is essential in equine diets. Zinc is involved in a variety of processes in the body such as enzymatic activity and metabolism of proteins. However, when horse owners supplement zinc, they generally do this with the goal of improving hoof and coat health.