Horse biotin

Biotin for Horses and Horse Multivitamins (CMV Cheval)

Enhance the health and well-being of your horse with Michel Vaillant's horse dietary supplements, chosen for:

  • their effectiveness approved by users and farriers - their taste and palatability
  • their ease of ingestion: pellets and treat formats are the most practical - their composition: biotin dosage, flavor, origin, and quality of components
    (cereals sourced from the region and non-GMO)
  • their combined roles (action on hooves, skin, coat, hair, joints, digestive system, muscles, and tendons)

Michel Vaillant biotin

The use of biotin for horses is a common practice and is widely recognized for its multiple benefits. As a vitamin B8, biotin is essential for an efficient metabolism of fats and proteins in the body. This metabolic function has direct benefits on several aspects of equine health, including improving the horn of horses' feet, coat quality and shine, and skin health.

For hooves, biotin strengthens the keratinized structure, which makes the hooves more resilient. Horses with fragile or brittle hooves highly benefit from biotin supplementation.

For the coat and skin, biotin plays a role in the production of a shiny coat and healthy skin. The supplementation of the horse in biotin can transform a dull coat and prickly hair into a bright and shiny coat. It also helps in the moisturization of the skin by reducing dryness problems, itch, and other cutaneous infections which can create discomfort and affect the horse’s appearance.

However, it is important to realize that the need for biotins can vary depending on the horse. It is influenced by the age, the level of activity, the general health and the quality of diet. This is why there is a wide range of biotin, made to answer to specific nutritional needs of horses. This personalized approach not only ensures that the horse benefits fully from the benefits of biotin but also that its overall health will be optimally supported.

It should be emphasized that biotin is without contraindication for the entire duration of the mare's gestation. It permits a non-negligible intake of vitamin B8 for the foal during gestation. Besides, the foal experienced an intensive period of growth during the sixth month, and the nutritional needs of the mare intensified. This nutritional supplement contributes to an intake of vitamin B8 easing the arrival of a healthy foal.

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Reinforced Horse Biotin Treats Carotte Force 3

Ideal treat format for horses in meadows without a ration. It stimulates the growth of a healthy horn in case of soft, fragile or brittle hooves, hoof cracks, seedy-toe, ridges following laminitis, for example. The best efficacity-price-quality ratio of the market with a cost of €1.20 All tax included/day/1 month/1 horse €1.05 All tax included/day/2 months/ 1 horse 
€34.12 €34.12

Reinforced Horse Biotin Apple Force 3 - Pellets Format

It stimulates the growth of a healthy horn in case of soft, fragile or brittle hooves, hoof cracks, seedy-toe, ridges following laminitis, for example. It also improves the growth and maintains the epidermal tissue in case of dry skin, dull coat, or sparse mane. The apple flavor guarantees the appetence of the horse. Horses love it. The best efficacity-price-quality ratio of the market with a cost of €0,78 € all tax included /day / 1 month and a half/ 1 horse.
€33.18 €33.18
Biotine Cheval CMV Oméga 3 Force 4 Granulés - Michel Vaillant

Horse Biotin CMV Oméga3 Force 4 - Pellets format

Rich in biotin and promotes optimal regeneration of healthy horn. Protects joints and improves their flexibility. Favorable for muscle gain. Action on the skin and hair! Healthy regeneration of the horn, the skin, and hairs / Strengthens muscles, tendons and joints / Facilitates digestion Cost of €1.93 including tax/day.
€54.98 €54.98

When should you do a course of biotin?

Appearance of the horn 

• A soft, fragil, crumbled, damaged, mealy, flaky horn 
• A faulty horseshoe due to a skinny foot, a horn that is too thin
• A dry horn
• A circled foot
• A brittle foot
• Any hoof pathology such as sand crack, seedy toe, laminitis, white line disease, etc.
• A horn that grows too slowly or which does not regenerate

Appearance of the hair, horsehair and skin

• Dull, rough hair
• Dry and brittle horsehair
• Any pathology related to the skin such as dermatitis, mud fever, dermatitis, urticaria, etc.
• A dull coat after shedding