Absorbine Bute - Less Pellets

Absorbine Bute - Less Pellets

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Product Overview

Absorbine Bute-Less Pellets is a great comfort and recovery support supplement in a pellet form. It uses natural ingredients like Yucca extract and Devil's Claw extract, along with vitamin B-12 which helps relieve pain and discomfort caused by training, strenuous competition, and daily exercises and activities. It promotes a healthy inflammatory response and improves the flexibility of horses without gastric upset because its formulation is gentle on the stomach. This special formula provides effective relief and long-term comfort to equines. Available in 10 lb. pail which provides up to 160-day supply.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient Yucca Schidigera Extract - 690mg Devil's Claw Extract - 350mg Vitamin B-12 - 20mcg
For use in Horses.
Application Administer one scoop daily for an adult horse weighing 1,100 pounds (500kg). Adjust the amount according to your horse's actual weight.
Pet safe Yes, if used as directed on label.
Formulation Pellets.
Dimensions 12 x 12 x 12 in.
Special Features Provides natural support for a healthy inflammatory response. Gentle on the stomach.
Shipping Weight 10.00 lbs
Manufacturer WF Young Animal Health (Mfg. Number: 430424)
UPC 011444430070

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DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

Administer one scoop daily for an adult horse weighing 1,100 pounds (500kg). Adjust the amount according to your horse's actual weight.

Active ingredients per 1 oz. (28g) measure:

  • Yucca Schidigera Extract - 690mg
  • Devil's Claw Extract - 350mg
  • Vitamin B-12 - 20mcg

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