Ringworm is a fungal infection of the skin. Most commonly observed lesions consist of hair loss, scaling, crusting and sometimes reddened skin in a somewhat circular shape. Bathing and topical treatment with anti-fungal agents can be effective, especially if diagnosed and treated early. Precautionary measures should be taken to avoid exposure, such as wearing gloves, as ringworm may be contagious to
Regular use of the Hoofmaker will help maintain strong, yet flexible hooves on your horse. It moisturizes to help reduce the incidence of dry, brittle and inflexible surfaces. Consult your local veterinarian or farrier for additional hoof care advice. Use of The Hoofmaker leaves the user's hands, nails, cuticles and skin feeling smooth and moisturized. Dries quickly without a greasy residue.
Apply to hands, nails, cuticles and skin as necessary. Massage into dry skin, especially hands, elbows and feet.
Apply by hand, covering the entire hoof surface including coronary band, walls, frog and sole. Massage in with fingertips, leaving a thin, even film to absorb into the hoof. Apply daily or as recommended by your professional equine authority.