EquiFlex Feed Supplement for Horses

Glucosamine and chondroitin for your horse now available in 2 sizes!

13 ratings. Latest review shown below 4.62

"Helps my arthritic horse"

   
£19.95  

EquiFlex Feed Supplement for Horses

   

Key Benefits

  • Clinically tested glucosamine HCl and chondroitin for horses
  • 40% more glucosamine per scoop than standard glucosamine
  • NEW Bargain Bulk 6 month supply - the best value buy for EquiFlex

Product overview

The well documentated partnership of glucosamine and chondroitin is now available to all horse owners with our superior blend of clinically tested ingredients - and at half the price of other leading brands!

Investing in regular use of a high strength nutritional supplement like EquiFlex from an early age is the safe and cost effective way to help your horse receive the optimum intake of nutrients. Developed by leading Veterinary experts, EquiFlex is clinically tested to help optimise mobility. If you would like to read this comprehensive, independent report on the benefits of EquiFlex,  please  contact us.

Each 8g level scoop contains 5,000mg glucosamine HCl (providing 40% more glucosamine per scoop than standard glucosamine), 1,000mg chondroitin and 260 mg antioxidant manganese ascorbate.

Available in two pack sizes to suit your horse's needs:

496g = 62 servings (2 months' supply) per tub for an average sized horse.

1488g = 186 servings (6 months' supply) per tub for an average sized horse. Every VetVits product is made using the purest ingredients in premises that conform to the strictest industry quality-control standards known as Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP).

The entire range can be taken safely in combination and all perfectly complement each other.

Competition safe and individually batch tested.

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Nutritional Information

Dosage

Available in two pack sizes to suit your horse's needs:
496g = 62 servings (2 months' supply) per tub for an average sized horse.
1488g = 186 servings (6 months' supply) per tub for an average sized horse.

Commencement (for first 8 weeks)
less than 250kg - 1 level scoop
250kg - 500kg - 1.5 level scoop
over 500kg - 2 level scoops.

Maintenance (ongoing after 8 weeks)
less than 250kg - 1/2 level scoop
250kg - 500kg - 1 level scoop
over 500kg - 1.5 level scoops

Add to your horses regular daily feed, preferably in the evening. Mix well and feed immediately. If adding EquiFlex to a dry feed you may wish to dampen the feed to optimise mixing.

Key nutritional values

Typical vales, % RDA (where applicable) in brackets:

Each 8g scoop serving contains:
Glucosamine HCl – 5000mg
Chondroitin Sulphate – 1000mg
Manganese Ascorbate – 260mg (providing Vitamin C - 170 mg and Elemental Manganese – 34mg)

Ingredients

Glucosamine HCl, Alfalfa, Chondroitin Sulphate, Manganese Ascorbate

Reviews for EquiFlex Feed Supplement for Horses

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Overall Rating: 4.5 / 5 stars, based on 2 reviews

21 July 2014

I think this is very good value, but not as good as some other more expensive joint supplements for horses - I think that it is a good maintenance product, but not so good if your horse is older or has particular joint problems.

29 May 2014

Helps my arthritic horse

Thank you for your review.

Andy

Healthspan Customer Care

As with any feed supplement we recommend you consult your vet before making any significant changes to your horse’s diet, particularly if they are on any medication of if your mare is in foal or lactating.