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NAF Five Star Profeet for Horses

NAF Five Star Profeet for Horses
Liquid » 1 litre Bottle
Liquid » 2 litre Bottle
Liquid » 5 litre Bottle
Pellets » 3kg Tub
Powder » 1.3kg Tub
Powder » 2.6kg Tub

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  • Liquid » 1 litre Bottle £26.99
  • Liquid » 2 litre Bottle £48.49
  • Liquid » 5 litre Bottle £107.99
  • Pellets » 3kg Tub £29.49
  • Powder » 1.3kg Tub £26.99
  • Powder » 2.6kg Tub £49.99

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Description

NAF Profeet Liquid, Powder and Pellets are veterinary approved nutritional supplements, formulated with the primary goal of achieving superb hoof growth and unrivaled protection against brittle, cracked hooves. Leading farriers agree, Profeet are Five Star products, offering unparalleled quality and value.

NAF Five Star Profeet Liquid

Composition

Water, Methyl sulphonyl methane, Dextrin.

Additives (per litre)

l-Lysine monohydrochloride

3.2.3

49,000 mg

Hydroxy analogue of methionine

3c307

34,000 mg

Manganous sulphate, monohydrate

E 5

(5,000 mg)

1,550 mg

Manganese

Zinc sulphate, monohydrate

E 6

(10,000 mg)

3,500 mg Zinc

Biotin

1,000 mg


Pantothenic acid

980 mg


Vitamin B6

1,360 mg

Vitamin C

E 300

40,000 mg

Analytical Constituents

Protein 5.3%
Fat <0.1%
Ash 0.9%
Crude Fibre 0.1%
Moisture 67.6%
Sodium 500 mg/lt

Feeding guidelines

Weight ml per day
Horses 600 Kg + 30
400-600 Kg 25
Low Maintenance 15
Ponies 15
Low Maintenance 10

NAF Five Star Profeet Powder

Composition

Maize, Calcium carbonate, Bitter orange peel (ripe), Rosehip shells, Methyl sulphonyl methane, Dextrin, Milk thistle seeds, Olive-tree leaves (dried),White mineral oil, Brewers' yeast, Fenugreek seed, Omicha berries, Dandelion leaves, Turmeric, Rosemary, Blueberries, Gingko leaves, Ginger, Licorice, Fructooligosaccharides, Wheat protein.

Additives

Amino acids
dl-Methionine 3c301 24300 mg
l-Lysine monohydrochloride 3.2.3 38800 mg
Trace elements
Manganous sulphate, monohydrate E5 (3960 mg) 1230 mg Manganese
Zinc sulphate, monohydrate E6 (32200 mg) 11300 mg Zinc
Vitamins
Biotin 713 mg
Pantothetic Acid 481 mg
Vitamin B6 966 mg
Vitamin C E 300 29700 mg
Vitamin E 1230 I.U.

Analytical Constituents

Protein 9.7%
Fat 3.8%
Ash 19.6%
Crude Fibre 25.8%
Sodium 595 mg/kg
Calcium 58900 mg/kg

Feeding guidelines

Weight g per day scoops per day
Horses 600 Kg + 44 4
400-600 Kg 33 3
Low Maintenance 22 2
Ponies 22 2
Low Maintenance 16 1.5

NAF Five Star Profeet Pellets

Composition

Grass meal, Calcium carbonate, Linseed oil, Rosehip shells, Methyl sulphonyl methane, Orange peel (ripe), Dextrin, Olive-tree leaves (dried), Chlorella (dried), Mint, Omicha berries, Rapeseed oil, Dandelion leaves, Milk thistle seeds, Turmeric, Rosemary, Carrot (dried), Ginger, Gingko leaves, Licorice.

Additives

Amino acids

dl-Methionine

3c301

18,000 mg

l-Lysine monohydrochloride

3.2.3

18,000 mg

Trace elements

Manganous sulphate, monohydrate

E5

(1,200 mg)

370 mg Manganese

Zinc sulphate, monohydrate

E6

(10,100 mg)

3,540 mg Zinc

Vitamins

Biotin

300 mg

Pantothenic acid

150 mg

Vitamin B6

300 mg

Vitamin C

E 300

9,200 mg

Vitamin E

3a700

460 I.U.

Analytical Constituents

Crude Protein 14.2%
Crude oils and fats 2.8%
Crude ash 18.4%
Crude fibre 20.7%
Sodium 830 mg/kg
Calcium 36,400 mg/kg
MSM 50,600 mg/kg

Feeding Guidelines

Weight g per day scoops per day
Horses 600 Kg + 150 3
400-600 Kg 100 2
Low Maintenance 50 1
Ponies < 400 Kg 50 1
Low Maintenance 25 1/2

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Reviews (9)

Summary of Reviews for NAF Five Star Profeet for Horses

Overall 5
Effectiveness
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
9 out of 9 (100%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (7 reviews)
4 stars (2 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
2 stars (0 reviews)
1 stars (0 reviews)

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55 Love it!
Verified Purchase

By Rosie McGowan on 7 March 2019

My boy is on his second bag and I have noticed a different already, hes bare foot and we do a lot of hacking and some hack routes are on hard stony paths. His feet chip and split all the time but I have noticed a small change already with the Naf Profeet, his feet have become stronger. I ordered another 2 bags last week. Going to keep this up and see how we get on, looking good already.

Customer recommends this product

55 Very pleased with the product
Verified Purchase

By Nicola McClelland on 5 September 2017

I like the product

Customer recommends this product

55 Good supplement
Verified Purchase

By Patricia Douglas on 12 May 2017

Been using this for some time with my unshod made. Really helps to maintain and encourage healthy foot growth.

Customer recommends this product

55 Happy hooves
Verified Purchase

By Jenny Bird on 8 May 2017

This product has helped harden his hooves and have stronger growth using this product. Now shoes last six weeks instead of four weeks, and all shoes stay on.. happy owner

Customer recommends this product

55 Brilliant
Verified Purchase

By Miriam Hackett on 12 December 2016

Works very well for my mare. I have been feeding it to her for years and I really notice a difference. She is bare foot and it really helps the horn growth.

Customer recommends this product

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding NAF Five Star Profeet for Horses, including answers from our team.

6 June 2016 at 9:47pm

Profeet-laminitis?

Kalie

is it suitable for a horse who has had laminitis in the past?

  • Non-Executive Director

This is debatable. Most of the ingredients are suitable and helpful, but it contains quite a lot of dextrin. This is a type of carbohydrate and it is this class of foods which are best restricted in horses prone to laminitis. Therefore it depends partly on what else you are feeding. You could get away with it if the carbohydrate content of the rest of the foods you give is not high, but it depends on the proportions of the other things in the diet. Ideally talk to your vet about this. (If there has been no recent laminitis and you have been giving some carbs recently anyway, then the risk from this would be very low indeed.)

11 September 2015 at 11:21am

Whats the differance

julie watson

which is best pellets or powder naf pro feet

  • Non-Executive Director

They both have the same basic ingredients and have the same effect. It is just a matter of personal preference and indeed which form you find easiest to get into your horse (if it is fussy).