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NAF Glucosamine 10,000 Plus with MSM for Horses

  • 900g Tub £13.05
  • 4.5kg Tub £60.90

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Description

NAF have created Glucosamine Plus with MSM to provide support for horse joints and muscle. It provides glucosamine sulphate at the recognised levels of 10,000mg at loading and 5,000mg and maintenance rate, together with added support from MSM.

Composition

Glucosamine sulphate, Dextrose, Maltodextrose, Methyl sulphonyl methane.

Glucosamine sulphate 10,950 mg
MSM 2,160 mg

Analysis

Protein 10.4%
Fat 0.2%
Ash 10.1%
Crude Fibre <0.1%
Sodium 400 mg/kg

Feeding guidelines

Add to feed daily to all horses and ponies for maintenance of healthy joints.

Weight g per day scoops per day
Horses & Ponies
Loading 30 2
Maintenance 15 1

Maintenance levels may be adjusted to suit the individual and are not necessarily related to bodyweight. One 20ml scoop provides approx. 15g.

Additional Information

FEI/Jockey Club Legal? Yes

How long will it last? (average size

horse at maintenance rate)

Approximately 60 days ( 900g)

Approximately 300 days (4.5kg)

Average cost per day? (Approx)

22p (900g)

21p (4.5kg)

Suitable for use during pregnancy? Yes

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Loading to maintenance

14th Oct 2016
Rachel Tyler
  • VioVet Customer Since: March 2016
  • From: Berkshire, United Kingdom

How long does it take to have the loading levels up to just need maintenance? My horses have winter without supplement and will have to load at the start of the season.

  • Veterinary Surgeon

The manufacturers have not suggested how long horses should stay on the loading dose but I would recommend 14-28 days before reducing to a maintenance dose.

Correct dosage

15th Jul 2015
Lindsay

I own an eleven year old Ardennes x Arab gelding. When he was five, he was diagnosed with OCD (osteochondrosis dissicans) which resulted in having surgery to both stifles and rear fetlocks. Following this he has made very good progress and has been taking synoquin and MSM even since. I also give him boswellia serrata as a herbal pain killer. My question is would it be better for him to have NAF glucosamine plus as well or instead of his daily supplements. I am not sure that the NAF product would give him sufficient MSM.
Thank you

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Your question is good but the answer is not clear! There are no scientific evaluations of the results of giving different types, amounts and combinations of supplements and there really is no good way of knowing the answer to your question. Most people consider these supplements to be helpful when they try them, but there is probably also quite a lot of variability between individual horses and the precise nature of the conditions they may suffer from. On balance it is probably sensible to give a combination of the various active ingredients in the usually recommended daily amounts as supplied by the manufacturers. It is also best often to use products from well-known companies who have good quality control procedures. Other than that, it is mostly just a matter of personal judgment.

Dosage

12th Feb 2015
Zara

How long does this one last

  • Customer Service Representative

This depends on whether you are giving a loading dose 30g which is two scoops or a maintenance dose of 15g which is one scoop daily. Then this 900g tub will last a horse or pony 30-60 days.