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emjohners

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emjohners says:

Joint supplement survey! your thoughts please!!

 Hi all!

I was just wondering if I could have some help from anyone who has ever had any experience with joint supplementation? (good or bad!)

I am an Equine Science degree student, currently studying at Hartpury College. As it is my final year I am required to carry out a dissertation. I have chosen to carry out a survey on the use of joint supplements on horses. My aim is to find out, which ones work, which ones don’t, whether they are the expensive ones or the cheap ones. Then analyse the data and try to determine the common ingredients between the products that do work.

The website for my online survey is –
http://FreeOnlineSurveys.com/rendersurvey.asp?sid=76g0ei0x7m9nttt860195

Everyone’s experience counts!

Thank you! : )

emily x

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ShortCircuit

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ShortCircuit says:

Re: Joint supplement survey! your thoughts please!!

I've done it :D It's kind of sad, but I love doing surveys!

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msg_minx

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Posts: 396

msg_minx says:

Re: Joint supplement survey! your thoughts please!!

I cannot access the link so I will say that I think many joint supplements are a waste of money for many reasons and the way to go is fresh herbal remedies!  I know from a crippled horse to a sound horse and even the vet amazed at recent xrays!

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greyandbay

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greyandbay says:

Re: Joint supplement survey! your thoughts please!!

done it, hope what I've said makes sense !!

The outside of a horse is good for the inside of a man - Winston Churchill

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