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HOOF GREASE

EQUINADE

HOOF GREASE

EQUINADE HOOF GREASE

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Made from 100% natural healing ingredients to maintain a healthy hoof moisture balance. Helps prevent brittle and cracked hooves. Natural antiseptic properties.
  • Made from 100% natural ingredients. May help to maintain correct moisture balance in hooves to naturally aid the prevention of cracked, brittle hooves
  • Available Sizes: 400g and 1kg

SKU: 9203200

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