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    Default Adequan vs Legend

    What are the differences and which has better results? I have been using the Adequan and am not sure if it has helped and was thinking of switching to Legend. Anyone have any suggestions? Thanks
    Mai Tai aka Tyler RIP March 1994-December 2011
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    Smile

    There are a number of very informative threads on this topic so if you try the search function you may find a lot of good information.



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    As noted lots of threads on this general subject.

    Consider, however, the old adage: If it ain't broke, don't fix it.

    If you are getting what you need with Adequan then I'd tend to stick with it until it doesn't work anymore (should that day ever come). Then make a change. Making changes 'cause "change is good" maybe be PC as all getout but can be hard on he wallet and hard on the horse.

    Good luck in your research.

    G.



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