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  1. #21
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    Ooops, just saw this thread, TheJenners!

    Mountain Vet Suply is in Fort Collins, CO. They carry the Gateway products, Vita-Flex products and Corta-Flx products. I think they also have Cosequin and a few others. No catalogue--this is a small, local company--but they're very nice to deal with, and will ship to you. I don't think they'll ship to Canada, after having some trouble getting Gastrogard across the border. Could be wrong on that, though.

    Their phone number is 970.484.2200.



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    PP -- you know, I think that's where I bought mine rambo wug last year! Sorry OM!
    model citizen, zero discipline



  3. #23
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    What size wug do you need? Do you care if it is the new version or the old one. Equine collections is currently having a sale. Equiteric bought a whole bunch of the last model and they are selling them 20% bellow retail but they only have certain size, I think I saw lots of 81" and 84" no 78" and some other sizes as well.

    Do you care for a rhino wug? I just bought a heavy weight one with full neck for $149 from Dover.

    Hope this helps!



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    YAY!! Now I have their number again! That stuff you recommended is working great! She tried to kill me on not one, but two trail rides!
    COTH's official mini-donk enabler

    "I am all for reaching out, but in some situations it needs to be done with a rolled up news paper." Alagirl



  5. #25
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    Rambo Wug Lites for $190 from the www.tackroominc.com

    They are the new ones with the reflective tabs and boy do they fit nicely.

    Note: This was not a replacement Rambo. The other ones I've had for five years and they still do their jobs nicely!


    Nancy



  6. #26
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    Well thanks everyone.

    Panic over.

    I paid the recommended price for a new RHINO heavyweight. But I earned LOTS of points from my tack store lady, who is pretty neat nonetheless! Good to give her the business.

    Anyway... back to our regularly scheduled program.
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    The bray of bragging tongues."
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    I found a place on here that sells Conquer the large sized syringe for about 15$ per syringe.
    But I cannot find the website.
    Anyone care to post it?



  8. #28
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    Aw, god, Bumpkin. I remember that price. But I don't remember the site, either.

    MV has it for about that, I think.



  9. #29
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    Okay--Jeffers has the large (60-mL) tubes for 15.95.

    Farmvet has them for $14 and change, but you have to buy 10 at a time.



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    I'm going to try and do a list for everyone.

    See if this works:

    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Conquer-large syringe: Jeffers ($15) Farm Vet ($14 must buy 10)
    Quitt-American Livestock or Jeffers
    MSM-G-P Products
    Cort-Flex-Country Supply
    Vetwrap-American livestock
    Hyla Motion-Equine USA ($51.99 for 2.5 + S&H)
    EquinylCM-Valley Vet for $78—NO SHIPPING <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    I'll move this to the first post if everyone thinks it's a good idea.

    BTW, Country Supply, (http://www.countrysupply.com/) has GREAT GREAT supplement prices!!! I just checked them out. Great MSM prices!
    "For God hates utterly
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    Oldenburg Mom I have been eyeing the Country Supply site for some time now but never heard anyone talk about it until now. I was wondering if you have heard good things about Four Flex offered on their site? Thank you! http://chronicleforums.com/groupee_c...icon_smile.gif
    http://www.countrysupply.com/products/sku-BWL10.html
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    Nope. But it looks good! Their prices are great and I phoned them this morning to see if they had any HylaMotion (no) and they were very polite—even suggested I speak with a supervisor!

    Anyone else out there????
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    Thank you as I am torn between this product and Hylaron OTC; but it comes down to cost now and I think the second best product for me is the Four Flex. I plan to add Hyaluronic Acid to it as it has none, but does anyone know how much Vitamin C is recommended for best results, is 1,000 mg sufficient?

    I have a tack link link that I have bought several close out sweat sheets and chaps. Very quick delivery as well. Tack Wholesale
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    Yeah, I just checked out Hylaron OTC. WOW! What a price tag!

    ANYONE out there got a good price for GLC 5500? The best I came up with was $114.

    Can anyone do better?
    "For God hates utterly
    The bray of bragging tongues."
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    I just got my Four Flex (gonna give it to the dog too http://chronicleforums.com/groupee_c...icon_smile.gifI asked and they gave me an amout to feed him. I found the Four Flex seemed to have everything I wanted in an acceptable dosage. I can't remember where I ordered it from but I paid $114 for 2 tubs that last 2 months.

    I had also gotten Hylamotion at the tack store 1lb for $44 http://chronicleforums.com/groupee_c...s/icon_eek.gif. I'm almost out of the MSM and Corta Flex HA I was giving my horse and when it's done I'm switching. I'll let you know how the combo works out.



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    buff4948 I would love to know how your combo works as I have about 20 days left of my current supplement and really want to start on the Four Flex with Hylamotion after....thanks so much. http://chronicleforums.com/groupee_c...icon_smile.gif
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  17. #37
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    Hey--somebody call Mountain Vet and see what their price is on HylaMotion. I'd do it, but I need to go collapse, as I've been awake for 48 hours. Damn teachers and their exams all on the same day. &lt;grumble&gt; &lt;yawn&gt;

    And remember, they have Corta-RX with HA and Collagen for like $70 something. Works out to be under $20 a month.



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    My understanding is the highest quality Hyluronic is approx $1000.00 a pound.



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    I used four flex before switching over to Reitsport w/HA.

    Four flex is a great product. It worked well for a TB that had bone chips and arthritis in his fetlocks.

    I think the price has gone up for it since I have used it.

    Country supply is the best. I constantly order from them, and from American Livestock supply. Customer service is great at both places - Country supply has a better shipping offer. They also do a price match guarantee, which I have used successfully twice. They don't have a huge selection, but they do have great prices!



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    Has anyone tried the this pure HA liquid?

    http://www.kvvet.com/KVVet/productr....9EF4DE4FC033BF

    I was curious to see if this would really work - seems like a dropper full is not very much.



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