CORTA-FLX® is the first joint supplement of its kind -- featuring:
the pure, micro-sized, water soluble, isolated nutrients comparable to the active ingredients found in Chondroitin, Glucosamine, MSM and Hyaluronic Acid.
The effectiveness of any oral supplement is determined by its ability to pass through cellular walls and arrive at their intended destination.
CORTA-FLX®’s smaller molecules mean maximum assimilation and better utilization.
In 1999, the Horse Journal stated "CORTA-FLX® produced dramatic results in 3 days" and named it the Product of the Year.
In 2002, Michigan State University researcher Dr. Hilary Clayton proved in a double-blind, placebo controlled study that CORTA-FLX® dramatically reduced asymmetry in gate analysis testing on horses with degenerative joint disease.
CORTA-FLX® Pellets are great for horses who prefer alfalfa in a simple, solid form. Your horse will eat them right out of your hand! CORTA-FLX® Pellets also make for easy preparation of daily supplement baggies.
Feeding Directions as a Dietary Supplement:
For an average 1,100 pound horse feed 1/2oz (15gm) daily with the horses regular feed.
Loading Period: Feed double the amounts for the first 5 consecutive days.
Feed others according to body weight, less for smaller horses and ponies, more for larger breeds. (1/2oz measure by weight enclosed)
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Located in Hastings, Nebraska, Heartland Veterinary Supply & Pharmacy started as a Veterinary Clinic in 1981, specializing in the health and wellness of the equine, canine and feline species. We have a licensed Veterinarian and Pharmacist on site, as well as a helpful team with the knowledge and products you need to keep your horse, dog or cat healthy and happy. The Heartland Staff is dedicated to fast, courteous service.
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