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For really strong joints

The herbs in StrongBone go a long way to ensure a perfect balance between the need for Calcium, Magnesium and Phosphorus – the most important minerals for skeletal development.  It is also worthwhile feeding GlobalVite for a source of other key minerals but even diets that are short of Calcium will usually be suitable if StrongBone is added as a food supplement. The herbs in StrongBone work by attaching to minerals in the diet and supporting efficiency  and effectiveness in the way they are digested.

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  • At a low level, as a routine supplement to maintain strong joints, especially hocks.
  • For young stock to ensure good skeletal development.
  • In specific situations in any horse as part of a supplement programme designed to support normal joint function.
  • As a food supplement when there has been any damage to the skeletal system.
  • To support healthy milk production in mares.

The average horse has 205 bones in its skeletal make up, including 40 in both the front and hind legs....  a very good reason to look after their bones!

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For quicker help use StrongBone at a rate of two 25ml scoops twice daily for an average sized horse over a period of 2-3 months. Maintenance can then be at 1-2 scoops daily indefinitely.

Kaye Jackson
"My gelding Max was stiff in both hocks. He had treatment but he was lame on average 4 days out of 7. I looked into your products and put Max on StrongBone and Movefree Plus. After just 2 weeks I noticed a massive improvement and he has been on both supplements for just over 2 years now. He is like a youngster even though he is 20 now. He still has some stiffness but is very rarely lame. Our farrier has noticed a difference in how Max lifts his legs as well and he now has his feet filed with no problems."