Unwashed sheep's wool is rich in the nourishing wool grease lanolin. It is very well suited as a natural insole for hoof boots.
Instruction how to attach: Loosen the sheep's wool and put it in the boot. The pressure exerted on the wool when wearing the hoof boots causes the wool to shrivel and become a natural insole.
Use: If hoof boots are in continuous use, the moisture produced (horses sweat on their hooves) could lead to health problems such as thrush. The disinfecting, anti-inflammatory and caring properties of lanolin (wool grease) and the wool's ability to absorb moisture minimise this problem. However, you should change the wool inserts daily. It is therefore advisable to have a 2nd set of felt inserts ready. Even laminitis patients should benefit from the properties of lanolin (e.g. stimulating blood circulation, anti-inflammatory).
100gr are for sure enough for 2 hoof boots of any size.