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Rating: 3.7 of 5 stars 36 Reviews 36 Reviews 3.8 out of 5 Stars

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Majesty's Flex Joint Support Wafers Horse Supplement

Majesty's Flex Joint Support Wafers Horse Supplement

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    My horse loves these

    By Eddiethegirl on Nov 17, 2021

    Getting my gelding to eat food with a powder supplement added was a challenge. These wafers completely solved the problem. He gets the joint support he needs & is happy to eat them.

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    would not recommend

    By nope on May 10, 2021

    I don’t know if they work because I couldn’t get ANY of my horses to eat them. Even the one who would get fat off rocks turned her nose up at them. Tried the original and the peppermint. Out of over 10 horses none would touch them

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    My horse loves these

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    Getting my gelding to eat food with a powder supplement added was a challenge. These wafers completely solved the problem. He gets the joint support he needs & is happy to eat them.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Product - Horse Loves the Taste!

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    My 23 year old American Paint Horse gelding loves these wafers and they are so easy to give to him. My old boy has no joint issues and feel like the daily wafers offer just the right amount of support. He looks forward to seeing the bag come out of his bin and takes it right from my hand or with his grain. Horse Chiropractor came today and did a baseline on him saying he looked great and no creaking or stiffness in his joints. Doc said whatever I was doing for him to keep doing it. So he will continue to get these as daily treats!

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    my 3 horses wont eat them

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    I have to crumble them all up and mix it in their grain to get them to eat it. I think it helps them though

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    would not recommend

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    I don’t know if they work because I couldn’t get ANY of my horses to eat them. Even the one who would get fat off rocks turned her nose up at them. Tried the original and the peppermint. Out of over 10 horses none would touch them

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Good Results, Bad Taste

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    So I purchased these to help my 12 year old Quarter Horse mare that was ridden previously before I purchased her on trails. She’s far from lame, but predisposed to injury in the riding ring when she does heavy exercises. Since I started giving her these, I do see an improvement. She’s able to perform and hasn’t had any injuries since. The only con is the taste. I tried giving her these straight out and she would spit them out. I now just mask them by hiding them in her oat and alfalfa mix. Gypsy eats them with no problem this way. The only reason I didn’t give a 5 star rating is because of the taste. Otherwise I feel like it has been a big help.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Horses say yuck

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    Neither one of my horses would eat these. They promptly spit them out. Turned out to be a waste of $30

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Good Flex Product

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    I have a 40 year old donkey with arthritis and he seems to get relief from this product. He likes it a lot too. I'm glad he's looking forward to them everyday and feel he's getting something beneficial from the treat.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Hoping for Arthiritis Relief In Cold Weather

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    Our 22-year old mare has been slowing down and the cold weather is really bothering her this winter. I was hoping these wafers would give her some relief and, after following the instructions for two days before she refused them from my hand, I tried crumbling them up in her grain. She loves her food and is not a picky eater but she carefully picked her grain out from around the crumbled wafers and, in later attempts, refused to take her grain at all when I tried to include the wafers. Judging by her actions and change in appetite while taking these, my guess is, they may have upset her stomach. It's a shame because the few doses I was able to get her to eat seemed to help her stiffness.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Results Pending

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    Just got my first bag of these. I was very excited to try them. Our horses LOVE treats, and this seemed like a great way to get some joint supplements to them. First off, the wafers are not so much wafers as they are rounded globs. Each horse had a lot of trouble eating them. The globs fell out of their mouths two to three times each, and had to be picked up and re-fed to them. That was disappointing. One horse foamed a bit at the mouth while trying to chew it. I think the only way I will be able to give them to the horses is by breaking them up into tiny bits and putting them in their meals. That's more work than I was planning - loved the idea of just popping treats into their mouths Just got my first bag of these. I was very excited to try them. Our horses LOVE treats, and this seemed like a great way to get some joint supplements to them. First off, the wafers are not so much wafers as they are rounded globs. Each horse had a lot of trouble eating them. The globs fell out of their mouths two to three times each, and had to be picked up and re-fed to them. That was disappointing. One horse foamed a bit at the mouth while trying to chew it. I think the only way I will be able to give them to the horses is by breaking them up into tiny bits and putting them in their meals. That's more work than I was planning - loved the idea of just popping treats into their mouths. Hopefully the health results many have seen with these will be seen with our horses as well. I'm marking it as 3 stars because each horse did eat the treat, and I will update it if I find there are good health results. … more

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Wont eat it

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    I tried to feed to my horse he refused. Tried mixing with grain and still no luck.

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