Hoof Freeze

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Hoof Freeze

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Hawthorne

ESTABLISHED 1940

SOLUTION

VETERINARY PRODUCT

Created for use on tender-footed horses before racing, competitions, or hard workouts

NDC #49343-9906

FOR: Use on tender-footed horses for racing, competitions, or hard workouts.

Directions For Use

Horse must be in dry area. Beginning two hours prior to race or workout, apply to entire bottom of clean, dry hoof every 15 to 20 minutes. To treat thrush, place cotton on frog and saturate with Hoof Freeze. Press cotton into crevices with hoof pick. Repeat process three times during week.

CONTENTS:

Iodine

30.6 g

Alcohol

45 ml

Potassium Iodide

22 g

Tannic Acid

Acetone base with essential oils

Hoof Freeze Caution

Do not apply to heel or hair. Do not use on food animals. Keep away from children. Keep in cool, dry place. Keep away from fire, flame or excessive heat.

DO NOT USE ON HORSES INTENDED FOR FOOD.

NOT FOR HUMAN USE. Restricted Drug (CA)- use only as directed.

MADE IN U.S.A.

SHAKE WELL

Net Weight 8 U.S. oz. (.237 liters)

Hawthorne Products, 16828 N. State Road 167 N., Dunkirk, IN 47336

1-800-548-5658

www.hawthorne-products.com

NAC No.: 10670032

HAWTHORNE PRODUCTS, INC.
16828 NORTH STATE ROAD 167 NORTH, P.O. BOX 226, DUNKIRK, IN, 47336
Telephone:   765-768-6585
Order Desk:   800-548-5658
Fax:   765-768-7672
Website:   www.hawthorne-products.com
Email:   kim@hawthorne-products.com
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