Bio Bloom™ PS is a dual-action supplement designed to support and maintain healthy skin, coat, and hoof condition from the inside out. Bio Bloom™ contains biotin, methionine, iodine, and chelated zinc at levels shown to help hoof growth, including the development of a strong hoof wall. It includes lecithin, and its base of full-fat soya bean meal contains essential fatty acids and quality protein to produce a shiny coat, and resilient hoof horn.
Bio Bloom™ PS is produced by the Kentucky Equine Research Center. This scientific organisation was founded in 1988 by Dr. Joe Pagan and is known worldwide as an independent consultant for feed manufacturers. As a result, all KER products are unique, progressive feeds based on formulas that take into account the scientifically proven nutritional needs of horses.
Top-dress on feed. Feed 30 g to 60 g per day to horses and ponies. Feed 60 g per day for treatment of acute hoof damage and coat conditioning. Feed 90-120 g to horses recovering from laminitis.
*30-g scoop included
Container size: 2 kg (66 servings), 4kg (133 servings) and 10kg (333 servings)
Crude Protein: 30.0%
Crude Fibre: 4.5%
Crude Fats & Oils: 25.0%
Crude Ash: 5.0%
Whole Ground Soya (produced from non GM source), Yeast Culture, Lecithin
KER Targeted Nutrition is a brand of innovative equine health and nutrition supplements developed by Kentucky Equine Research, the leader in equine nutrition technology.
KER Targeted Nutrition features products developed for horses with special nutritional needs. The range of products addresses commonplace conditions like obesity and gastrointestinal health as well as complex problems like tying-up and bone demineralization. Backed by science and preferred by veterinarians, KER products are designed with one goal in mind: to optimize the health of your horse.
Kentucky Equine Research is an international equine nutrition, research and consultation company serving both the horse producer and the feed industry. Its goal is to advance the industry's knowledge of equine nutrition and exercise physiology and apply this knowledge to produce healthier, more athletic horses.
Founded in 1988, Kentucky Equine Research boasts a unique collection of nutritionists, veterinarians, researchers and horsemen that collaborate to investigate barriers to performance, develop solutions and provide education to the equine industry. Results from research trials conducted at Kentucky Equine Research's research farms in Kentucky and Florida, as well as advancements in equine nutrition from institutions around the world, form the basis for continued development of innovative solutions to the health and nutritional challenges inherent in the management of the modern equine.
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