Corta - Flx U - Gard Powder

Corta - Flx U - Gard Powder

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Product Overview

Corta-Flx U-Gard Powder is a highly effective Calcium-Magnesium dietary supplement in powder form for foals, ponies and horses. It is tested and proven to help reduce the severity of gastric ulcers in equines and show great improvement with different grades of ulceration. It contains a balanced amount of Calcium and Magnesium which aids in the effective acid reduction that is usually caused by stress due to competition, training and High Carb diet. Feed your horses with Corta-Flx U-Gard Pellets and bid goodbye to the discomfort brought by gastric ulcers. Available in 4 lb. pail.

Features and Specs

For use in: Horses, Ponies, Foals
Pet safe: Yes, if used as directed on label.
Shipping Weight: 4.00 lbs
Manufacturer: CORTA-FLX, Inc. (Mfg. Number: 154A)
UPC: 606199011652

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FEEDING DIRECTIONS

For an average 1,100 lb (500 kg) horse, feed 1 oz (28 g) twice daily with the horse's regular feed or mix with a small amount of water and give orally. Prior to training or event, mix 1 oz (28 g) with a small amount of water and give orally. Feed others according to body weight, less for smaller horses, ponies and foals, and more for larger breeds. (1 oz (28 g) measure by weight enclosed)

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS:

Calcium (min) - 2.5%
Calcium (max)- 3.5%
Magnesium (min)- 3.5%

INGREDIENT STATEMENT: Kaolin, Calcium Carbonate, Magnesium Hydroxide, Glycine, Diatomaceous Earth, Zinc Oxide, Methylcellulose, Silicon Dioxide, Dried Apple Pectin Pulp, Aloe Vera Gel, Sodium Propionate (a preservative), Iron Oxide, Natural and artificial flavors.

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