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Spillers Happy Hoof Molasses Free

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64360
£15.16 £15.16
  • No molasses
  • No added sugar 
  • Low in starch
  • With biotin 
  • Supports healthy hoof growth
  • Approved by The Laminitis Trust
  • Buy 10 for £14.71 £14.71 each and save 3%

Spillers Happy Hoof with no molasses is ideal for those who are concerned about molasses being included in their horse's diet. The product has no added sugar, is low in starch and includes biotin in order to support healthy hoof growth. Also, this product is approved by The Laminitis Trust. 

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