TLC'S EQUI-BONE IS DIFFERENT FROM ANYTHING YOU'VE EVER TRIED BEFORE!
For horses with Navicular, Calcium Deposits(ringbone/sidebone also), Fractures, OCD, Fusing Joints here are the typical unsuccessful remedial actions:
As you can see, ultimately these temporary remedial actions leave the door open for relapses and further injury since the bone itself is in the same condition as when you started caring for the problem or worse. Within 3-6 weeks of starting EQUI-BONE most horses that are exhibiting symptoms begin improving as a result of this improved mineralization.
TLC's EQUI-BONE formula is different because it was designed to target the source of the problem, a dietary imbalance which compromises the integrity of the bone and ultimately allows conditions such as navicular, calcium deposits & fractures to develop. TLC's EQUI-BONE is comprised of a proprietary mineral blend that specifically focuses on the bone remodeling process. Where other products on the market put the cart before the horse and simply attempt to make the horse more comfortable, we're getting real results IN THE BONE. You can continue spending hundreds of dollars a month on corrective shoes, injections and other misplaced remedial actions OR you can feed TLC's EQUI-BONE formula and start improving the bone mineralization process today. A quick search for EQUI-BONE on our facebook page or google will yield you many real world stories of people who have used our product successfully in very dramatic situations. So you don't have to take our word for it.
FOR HORSES WITH COMBINATION BONE & JOINT PROBLEMS: A product like FLEX-FUEL which contains Hyaluronic Acid (HA), Glucosamine and MSM can be a great complement to EQUI-BONE if joint stiffness symptoms are present along with your bone issue. To approach a bone issue combined with arthritis complications most effectively, combine 1 scoop of each EQUI-BONE & FLEX-FUEL twice daily.
THE POWDER VS. THE PELLET FORMULA
Our EQUI-BONE pellet formula includes 1,750mg of each Glucosamine and MSM per scoop to help support horses that have cartilage complications in addition to bone complications (the powder does not). The EQUI-BONE pellets can be added to feed without any mixing, whereas water may need to be added to the powder and mixed in with the grain to make an oatmeal-like paste. Because of this, pellets are recommended for picky eaters.
For ingredients & feeding instructions click the "Feeding Instructions" tab below the product photo.
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Posted by Unknown on 19th Aug 2014
I noticed a big change on our 16 year old cutting horse. He seemed a lot more comfortable in his stops and seemed to hold the ground better in his turns. I fed a lot of supplements to improve joints but this one you can actually see a difference. I actually bought it for another horse that we were treating for a navicular problem and decided to feed it to both horses. The horse I bought it for developed an abscess so it is a little early to see if it is helping him yet.
Posted by Judy Estes on 11th Aug 2014
In the spring of 2013 we had one of our best barrel horses kicked . After spending a fortune on vet bills her leg was healed and we were told that we could began to rehab her. In October her leg began to swell and I was told that she would never be sound to ride again and that the best we could hope for was to keep her comfortable. They said that she would have to take pain meds until the day she died. My vet suggested putting her down because she would always be in pain from the calcium deposits and bone spurs that had developed around that scar tissue at the wound. My first though was that I needed something to take care of the deposits and spurs. They told me there was nothing that would help them that they would only get worse .I had seen the ad in The Barrel Horse News so I called. I spoke to a man that explained that this product should help my horse. After 2 weeks of loading Fancy using Equi-Bone she no longer required pain meds. Stephanie began to ride her on short rides about 1 month after using product. We have started to bring her back slowly to the barrel pattern so far so good. The only change in Fancys diet was adding Egui-bone. I truly believe that it's the reason that Stephanie is riding Fancy and not putting flowers on her grave.
Posted by Unknown on 5th Aug 2014
My horse has been on equibone for over a year. I have noticed a difference. Will definitely continue.
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