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Absorbine Bute-Less Pellets

$26.99

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2 lb
Less than $0.85/DAY
(32 day supply)

$26.99

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5 lb
Less than $0.74/DAY
(80 day supply)

$58.99

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10 lb
Less than $0.67/DAY
(160 day supply)

$106.99

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Product Summary:

Absorbine Bute-Less Pellets
(formerly known as Equine America® B-L®)
 
 The new Absorbine Bute-Less provides natural support for a healthy inflammatory response and long term comfort. It can help manage aches and discomfort and improve mobility without gastric upset or ulcers.  
 
Features:
  • Comfort and recovery support
  • Gentle on the stomach
  • Contains Devil’s Claw Extract, Vitamin B-12 and Yucca      
Item Specifications:
 
Active Ingredients per 1 oz. (28g):

Yucca Schidigera Extract…690 mg

Devil’s Claw Extract…………350 mg

Vitamin B-12…………………….20 mcg

 

Inactive Ingredients:

Apple Flavor, Dehydrated Alfalfa Meal, Dried Molasses, Propionic Acid (preservative), Vegetable Oil, Wheat Middlings

 

Directions for Use: 

Administer one scoop daily for an adult horse weighing 1,100 pounds (500 kg). Adjust amount according to your horse’s actual weight.
 
Size:
2 lb. (32 Day Supply)
5 lb. (80 Day Supply)
10 lb. (160 day Supply)

For Label Information and MSDS Sheet, please click on Manufacturer Information to the right.

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I have a 35 y.o. QH w/ stiffness, etc. He recently had a severe abscess in a rear foot which caused a lot of collateral muscle injury in his rear end and topline. Buteless seemed a likely choice over other pain killers that cause digestive inflammation. It seemed to help so I am continuing use thru the winter. He has returned to cantering in for feed time.
sybil h on Aug 26, 2015
This product keeps my older mustang pain free without the worry of stomach problems that Bute can cause.
ANN W on Aug 18, 2015
for my senior horse
lynda r on Aug 21, 2015
These work great in place of Bute for my barrel horses who work really hard. I also use this when getting a new horse into shape or when there's been a minor injury. No side effects.
SONIA T on Aug 14, 2015
Can bute less be mix in with other pellet feed like Elk Grove Milling sable mix?
A shopper on Sep 4, 2014
Best Answer: I am not sure what the sable mix is, but I do mix the Buteless Pellets with grain. Be very careful that you do not use the Buteless Pellets or any other Devil's Claw ingred. in conjunction with prescription Bute. My horses have responded very well with the Buteless Pellets and have fed this long term without repercussions. Good luck!
Reply · Report · SUE S on Sep 4, 2014
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is Bute-less safe to gave to breed mares?
A shopper on Jan 5, 2015
Best Answer: It does not say on the package. But is does say dstributed by W.F. Young inc
Questions? go to the .absorbine . com web site.
Reply · Report · RACHEL T on Jan 6, 2015
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Can I give the Absorbine bute-less Pellets with the Glucosamine? My horse has scar tissue from an old injury and I use Glucosamine for her arthritis but now she is in more pain. Do you think this product would help her?
cindy p on Jul 29, 2015
Best Answer: Unfortunately we cannot give out medical advise. I would contact your veterinarian.
Reply · Report · Christine KStaff on Aug 4, 2015
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