Manna Pro Sho-Flex

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Manna Pro Sho-Flex


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Product Summary:

Manna Pro Sho-Flex

Sho-Flex is a new joint supplement that combines Glucosamine and Chondroitin Sulfate with Manna Pro’s popular Sho-Glo vitamin and mineral supplement, providing you with two supplements in one convenient package.


  • Glucosamine HCI – (3,628mg per 2oz) A precursor to glycosaminoglycans (GAGs), hyaluronic acid and collagen. Recommended by veterinarians and doctors as a nutraceutical supplement for years.
  • Chondroitin Sulfate – (1,200mg per 2oz) Provides essential nutrients for maintaining joint cartilage and connective tissue.
  • Made with Sho-Glo® - A comprehensive vitamin and mineral fortifier that promotes a shiny coat and provides important antioxidants, including vitamins A, C and E.
  • 2-in-1 Supplement – An outstanding value
  • Convenient, palatable crumbles
  • Made in the U.S.A.

Item specifications:

Guaranteed Analysis:

Calcium Min 7.50 %
Calcium Max 8.50 %
Crude Fat Min 3.00 %
Crude Fiber Max 15.00 %
Crude Protein Min 12.00 %
Magnesium Min 0.50 %
Phosphorus Min 4.00 %
Potassium Min 1.00 %
Cobalt Min 90 ppm
Copper Min 880 ppm
Iodine Min 160 ppm
Iron Min 7,800 ppm
Manganese Min 2,900 ppm
Selenium Min 17.6 ppm
Zinc Min 3,160 ppm
Vitamin A Min 600,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E Min 1,600 IU/lb
Vitamin D Min 70,000 IU/lb
Folic Acid Min 30 mg/lb
Niacin Min 2,000 mg/lb
Pyridoxine Min 100 mg/lb
Riboflavin Min 375 mg/lb
Thiamin Min 250 mg/lb
Ascorbic Acid Min 100 mg/lb
Pantothenic Acid Min 250 mg/lb
Vitamin K Min 75 mg/lb
Vitamin B12 Min 100 mcg/lb
Chondroitin Sulfate* Min 9,600 mg/lb
Glucosamine Hydrochloride* Min 29,030 mg/lb
* Not recognized as an essential dietary nutrient.
Feeding Directions:
One ounce measuring scoop enclosed. Due to settling of the product in the container, there may be slight variations in the total number of Sho-Flex™ portions when using the measure provided. The container, however, does contain the net weight stated on the label and will make the portions indicated when measured exactly by weight.

For Mature Horses: Add one measure twice daily (two ounces per day) to the regular grain ration. Note: This is based on an 800 to 1200 pound horse. For smaller or larger horses, adjust accordingly. Do not feed more than 3 measures (3 ounces) daily.
Available in a 5 lb resealable bag (approx. 40 day supply).

PLEASE NOTE: Date on package is manufacture date, not an expiration.

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Great price for all the supplements offered. My 30 year old Egyptian Arabian has been on this product since I adopted her from a rescue 5 years ago after being starved several times. She has arthritis in her back legs and is still very active.
JANA G on Jul 4, 2015
both of my horses have issues with their legs. sho- flex is affordable and effective in relieving stiffness and pain. it is also helpful in shedding winter coat, less brushing for me, and thats a good thing
PAM F on Dec 29, 2014
needed it
DENNIS M on Jun 19, 2015
Keeps my 16 yr. old gelding moving well and his coat shiny.
Sharon B on Oct 6, 2014
Is this product suitable for a horse with PPID?
DEBBIE G on Jan 17, 2015
Best Answer: sho flex is wonderful for easing soreness and stiffness. it is also excellent in helping to shed winter coats, ppid is a disease caused by a loss of neurons in the brain due to a tumor. i doubt it would hurt to try it to help relieve your animals symptoms but the only person qualified to help your horse is your vet. do not forget this is a disease and needs proper care and input by a professional. you might want to ask around you local feed store, i have gotten some excellent advice from the old horsemen in relieving symptoms in others conditions. debbi i hope you find some help and god bless
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