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CORTA-FLX Flex-Force Solution with HA

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32 oz
Less than $0.26/DAY
(64 day supply)

$16.42

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128 oz
Less than $0.18/DAY
(256 day supply)

$45.37

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Product Summary:

CORTA-FLX® FLEX-FORCE® Solution with HA

FLEX-FORCE® Solution with HA has been specially created to support and enhance joint function in horses of all disciplines and classes. It contains 2,500mg Glucosamine, 30mg Hyaluronic acid, and 850mg of Chondroitin, making it an ideal formula for all horses suffering from various joint diseases.

Features:

  • Helped reduce lameness in gait analysis testing on horses with degenerative joint disease
  • Formulated with ultra-pure ingredients
  • Homogenized cherry flavor solution
Item Specifications:

Ingredients:
Active Ingredients (per oz.):
Sodium Hyaluronate (HA): 30mg
Glucosamine (Shellfish): 2,500mg
Methysulfonylmethane (MSM): 2,500mg
Chondroitin Sulfate (Poultry): 850mg
Bromelain: 550mg
Yucca Schidigera: 100mg
Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C): 100mg
Sulfur: 200mg
Zinc Sulfate: 65mg
Manganese Sulfate: 50mg
Copper Sulfate: 13mg
Inactive Ingredients: Water, Dextrose, Sorbitol, Xanthan Gum, Ammonium Propionate (as preservative), natural and artificial flavors

Directions for use:
For an average 1,100 lb. horse, feed 1 oz. daily with horse's regular feed or as directed by your veterinarian. Thereafter as a maintenance level, feed ½ oz. daily.
Feed others according to body weight, less for ponies and smaller horses, more for larger breeds.

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Been using 2 oz of this product in the evenings in Senior grain for a 32 year old Arabian mare with arthritic back legs....wow! She acts like she's back in her 20's! Went for a ride this past week on another horse and she was running back and forth along the fence wanting to go along. So I got her out on a lead and could hardly hold her back, she was leading me on a 20 yr old mare down the road. We live in MT and it's getting cold...seems to work well.
Sheryl T on Oct 18, 2016
I will always use this product - it is made a visible difference in how my horse moves and feels under saddle he is 25 and know one believes me!
HEATHER W on Jul 27, 2016
Best mix of the noted "big bang" players in joint supplement for an economical price. A little low on MSM, but I supplement that with NaturaVet MSM and still pay less for my joint supplements than the big name brands that don't have as good of a mix or doses that meet the research recommended levels.
PRISCILLA B on Sep 19, 2016
I've used this for several years and it's the best value for what you get. My 21 yr old mare goes great on this stuff.
CARLYN A on Jul 9, 2016
Why can't you use Flex-Force on dogs? Why do Flex-Force PRECAUTIONS state, for equine use only - Do not feed to other animals?
A shopper on Jan 5, 2015
Best Answer: It works great
Reply · Report · KIMBERLY W on Jan 5, 2015
If I prebag my grain for my boarding stable and use a liquid (I usually bag about a weeks worth at a time) will it cause my grain to start to mold if I use a liquid vs. a pellet?
Deborah S on Jan 18, 2017
Best Answer: I would use a separate little cup for the liquid. I think the grain would get a little funky if the liquid were on it for a few days before feeding it to your horse. I don't think I would take the chance of the chemical makeup changing when mixed with the grain & then left for a few days. I'm not a vet or a chemist, just an owner & that makes sense to me. Hope it helps.
Reply · Report · RHONDA P on Jan 18, 2017
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