Rain Maker Triple Action Hoof Moisturizer and Conditioner attracts, absorbs and retains moisture deep within the horse hoof. Restores and conditions damaged hooves and promotes new growth. Read More
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Rain Maker Triple Action Hoof Moisturizer and Conditioner
Attracts, absorbs and retains moisture deep within the horse hoof. Restores and conditions damaged hooves and promotes new growth. Enhances hoof color, texture and sheen. Leaves hooves strong, pliable and improves elasticity. Contains aloe vera oil, lanolin and pine tar. Easy to apply with the handy brush-cap applicator.
Key Features & Benefits:
- Unique "Triple Action" attracts, absorbs, and retains moisture in the hoof
- Contains glycerine, pine, tar, lanolin, and hydrolyzed animal proteins
- Advanced-formula hoof dressing penetrates deeply to improve texture and elasticity
- Leaves hooves stronger and more pliable
- Enhances color and sheen
- Brand: Farnam
- Form: Liquid
- Size: 1 Quart
Love this hoof moisturizer. We are in a drought and I had been using an oil that Jeffers currently does not sell and I liked that, however, I wanted to do business with Jeffers, so I tried this and it may be better than my prior product! The drought has dried everything and hooves are cracking. Using this product twice a day most days is helping.
This is a great product which has been around for a while. It is a great product to help repair and maintain good hoof health and maintain moisture in the heat of summer and cold of winter. The pricing from Jeffers is excellent and I would recommend to all. Bw careful to not over use the product but when used as recommended it can't be beat. APGJR RACING STABLE Florida
"Good hoof conditioner"
I have been using this hoof conditioner for a while. It works good on my horse's hooves and gives me extra added peace of mind in the heat of summer in the south and the dry cold of winter. Affordable.
This is a great product, as many people know. It's been around for as long as I remember and I think for a reason. Now, you do have to be careful not to overuse it from what I've heard, but when the ground is really hard and dry out there, it really keeps my horse's hooves nice and more healthy.