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    04-04-2012, 12:24 AM
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Question on GLC 5500

My 12 year old quarter horse gelding has some knee and hoof problems. After xrays my vet recommend using GLC 5500. It is difficult to judge a difference, but he seems improved. I use for trails and he is absolute great. Has anyone also seen results? Do results dimish over time. I try to give him the supplement twice a day. However, when he is in the pasture with fresh grass the butt head does not want to come in for grain (go figure). So I might miss a day or two. Any testimonials, good or bad, would be appreciated. As for now I will continue to use it but the stuff is $$$

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    04-09-2012, 03:04 PM
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I tried it on Casey and saw no difference at all.. Just my two cents.
     

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