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The Good Shepherd Ranch, LLC.

~Guaranteed Trail & Driving Horses~

(520) 990-2041

[email protected] 

News & Updates

Horse genetics:

Thinking about breeding, want to figure out what color you will get?

Try this web site:

http://www.animalgenetics.us/CCalculator1.asp?Error=1

It is fun & educational!

Transfer of ownership

This info applies to you if you purchased a horse with registration paperwork.

When registering a horse in your name never send in a bill of sale with your registration forms!

Only send off the signed transfer along with the original registration paperwork on your horse!

If you send the bill of sale it will highly complicate things & add a lot more process time.

If you did not receive a transfer for your horse, then contact who you purchased the horse from!

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Great product to use for all horses

Adequan (aka Ichon)

For joint health

It is a preventative & repairs damage done to joints

More info below:

Although Adequan works well to improve traumatic joint injuries, it seems much better at improving degenerative or long term, joint problems. It works well enough for either, though. When we look at treating joint problems, a lot of times we immediately look to NSAIDs (Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory stuff like aspirin, etc...) to be used in conjunction with physical therapy, but that’s not the optimal treatment according to current research. Although the aspirin (or other NSAID) will help with pain, it could delay the recovery time. Adequan doesn’t and actually helps to improve range of motion and flexion as well as being able to increase synovial fluid. In all treated subjects in test-studies, Adequan improved their joint injuries.

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It works great & it is more effective/cheaper than feeding a joint supplement.

Horses are poor disgesters, so when you feed a joint supplement they are only digesting very little of what you feed them.

With Adequan/Ichon you inject it into the muscle so they use 100% of it.

None is wasted.

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