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For-A-Flex Apple Psyllium

$20.99

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5 lb
$4.20/LB

$20.99

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10 lb
$4.45/LB

$44.49

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20 lb
$3.15/LB

$62.99

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Shipping weight = 6.00 lbs.

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Product Summary:

For-A-Flex Apple Psyllium
 
Not all psyllium products are created equal.  For-A-Flex Apple Psyllium provides multiple fiber sources.  It is 99.9% apple flavored pure psyllium in an easy-to-feed top dress pellet designed to aid in the treatment and prevention of sand colic.
 
Features:
  • Made from premium, quality psyllium seeds and husks
  • Highly palatable apple-cinnamon flavor
  • Convenient, easy-to-use pellet
  • Moves indigestible material through horses safely
  • Safe for post-operative use
  • For horses of all ages
  • Use daily or as a montly maintenance for colic prevention
Item Specifications:
 
5 lb - 20 day supply
10 lb - 40 day supply
20 lb - 80 day supply 
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MELBA H on Aug 31, 2015
I use powder and pellets. The pellets have been great and will use this for easy feed psyllium without having to mix it in with their feed.
JANA G on Jul 4, 2015
Help prevent colic
DONNA N on Aug 11, 2015
Works great and I have yet to have a horse that won't gobble it up
Kimberley C on May 18, 2015
Is it 100% psyllium?
A shopper on Nov 15, 2014
Best Answer: Don't think so. The "Guaranteed analysis" on the label says
Crude Protein, min 3.0%
Crude Fat, min 0.5%
Crude Fiber, Max 8.0%
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