Two factors are absolutely essential for the development of good boned, good legged young horses. The first is an adequate and balanced supply of the two essential bone-building ingredients namely, protein and minerals. Folactin Red provides the minerals.
The second is the right environment. Exercise stimulates bone growth and strength, especially in the legs. Good legged horses cannot be reared on “tennis courts”. A young horse requires undulating paddocks of sufficient size to allow maximum exercise.