* Helps prevent hardened frogs, contracted heels and hoof dryness
* Ready to use – no mixing required!
Forshner's Hoof Packing from Farnam keeps hooves moist and pliable. Forshners also helps prevent hardened frogs, contracted heels and hoof dryness.
Contains vital oils to help retain moisture. Each oz contains 2.4 gms pine tar, 7.5 gms petrolatum and paraffin.
Ready to use, no mixing required. Firmly apply golf ball size amount of packing around frog and spread over sole of hoof. Excellent for use under pads before shoeing or after hard workouts.
Will not dry out in hoof or in container. Remove before working horse.
What people are saying:
"I am pleased to hear Forshner's® Hoof Packing is available again. Forshner's® Hoof Packing is a staple for our horse show care as it gives relief to our horses' feet after jumping for consecutive days. I have relied on Forshner's® Hoof Packing for many years and have been happy with the results."
-Barb Riley, Former professional hunter trainer
& lifetime horseowner
"Here in the Arizona desert, the biggest problem we face is dry feet. In 35 years of shoeing, Forshner's® Hoof Packing has proven to be the best product for packing feet and maintaining moisture in a horse's foot."
-Herb Richardson, Certified Journeyman Farrier
"I have been a track dealer for over 30 years and have used or sold all kinds of hoof care products. The best product I have come across is Forshner's® Hoof Packing for dry and brittle feet. It is my number 1 seller in hoof care products."
-Robbie Crowell, owner of Robbie's Veterinary Supply, Inc.
Directions for Use
DIRECTIONS: Make sure hoof is thoroughly CLEAN and DRY. Pack in around frog. Spread layer over sole and cover with paper. Apply two or three times a week. For easier application in cold weather, keep where warm.
How to pack a hoof:
1. Make sure hoof is clean and dry. Take a small amount of Forshner's (about the size of a golfball) and work in your hands until pliable.
2. Pack firmly around the frog.
3. Continue to cover sole of hoof completely. (Cover with paper or straw if needed.*)
4. Remove with hoofpick before working horse.
*Farriers: follow above directions and cover with pad before shoeing.