Advanced Cetyl M

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5.1lbs

$103.97

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11.2lbs

$193.97

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Product Summary:

Cetyl M®

This product is exclusively designed and formulated to maintain and prolong joint health and function in horses – and may help alleviate the aches and soreness that can result from heavy exercise, training and competition.

Features:

  • Industry’s only 100% plant-derived source of cetyl myristoleate and powerful combination of other joint health ingredients
  • Two-scoop dose contains the following:
    • Cetyl Myristoleate (100% Kombo Nut Source): 5500mg
    • Glucosamine – HCL (Shellfish Source): 3000mg
    • MSM (MetylSulfonylMethane): 3000mg
    • Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C): 1000mg
  • Manufactured in granular form to ensure maximum potency
  • No animal by-products
  • Formulated with molasses and apple flavoring to help ensure your horse takes in the full dose

Feeding Instructions:

For best results, we suggest you follow the directions on the product container before using.

Initial Loading Period: Depending on the severity of conditions, an initial “loading” dosage during the first 20-30 days is recommended. Feed an average size horse two scoops twice per day, or a large horse three scoops twice per day. Results are usually evident within three weeks.

Maintenance Period: Once desired results are seen, begin administering a maintenance dose of one scoop once per day for average horses; 1.5 scoops once per day for large horses. For severe conditions or older horses, you may continue at the higher levels. Monitor your horse’s condition closely and adjust dosage levels as may be necessary for optimum results.

Tip: For the picky eater, add a small amount of water to the Advanced Cetyl M® formula and then mix it with your horse’s feed. The granules will stick to the feed and even the pickiest horse will “eat” it up!

Size:
5.1 lb. (60-day supply)
11.2 lb. (134-day supply)

For Product Label, click on Manufacturers Information to the right.

Downloadable Resources
Product LabelManufacturer Information
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
5.1lbs E000491 005 13083-1 686960314632
11.2lbs E000491 010 13083-2 686960310108
22.4lbs E000491 022 559-3 686960312041
11.2lbs refill E000491 11R Refill 11.2 Equine 686960000047
22.4lbs refill E000491 22R Refill 22.4 Equine 686960000030

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My farrier suggested this for my old man pony. At 33, it helps keep him moving.
Darcie G on Jul 1, 2019
Gave up all those annoying injections several years ago and replaced them with Cetyl M. My 28 year old warmblood is still sound!
Kathee C on May 26, 2017
My farrier suggested this for my old man pony. At 33, it helps keep him moving.
Darcie G on Jul 1, 2019
15 y/r TWH - just want the fellow comfortable and flexible for pleasure rides- - just in case prevention
Dianne R on Jul 23, 2018
Gave up all those annoying injections several years ago and replaced them with Cetyl M. My 28 year old warmblood is still sound!
Kathee C on May 26, 2017
Horse was needing some extra care.
Jodi W on Jan 3, 2017
Seems to help better than anything else I've found for my horse that has high ringbone, not a cure, but helps.
Carol M on Oct 26, 2014
use this product
Katrina H on Feb 16, 2014
15 y/r TWH - just want the fellow comfortable and flexible for pleasure rides- - just in case prevention
Dianne R on Jul 23, 2018
Horse was needing some extra care.
Jodi W on Jan 3, 2017
Will this product be safe in a senior mare that is in foal with severe arthritis issues?
Cindy W on Feb 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: We would suggest consulting your veterinarian.