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Have a horse with...
• arthritis
• contracted tendons
• crooked & weak legs in foals
• desmitis
• epiphysitis
• hoof wall cracks
• joint popping
laminitis
• limited flexibility
• locked stifle
• navicular
• non-sweaters
• ringbone
• sesamoiditis
• small bone chips
• soft tissue swelling
• soft tissue calcium deposits
• straight pasterns
• torn suspensory ligament
• undefined body or foot soreness

Or just a normal horse...
Try Feeding ELM

Because it Works…
To Make Your Horse
a Better Horse

K. C. Kelley PhD.
Equine Leg Magic | 10308 NW 161 St. | Alachua, Fl. 32615
Cell: 352-283-6331 | 9 am - 9 pm (EST) Call direct to order product.

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