$150.00

Due to the Blue Green Algae’s unique, but simple cell structure, it is 97% usable to the body. Unlike other vitamins and supplements, Natural Way Blue Green Algae is wild grown. It is not synthesized and is not cultivated or engineered. A one pound canister of Blue Green Algae will last one horse approximately 3 months, administered twice daily while in training, using the enclosed 1/2 tablespoon measure. For maintenance, once a day will last 6 months.

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I tried several things to get rid of the flies, but nothing worked. I installed my Shoo-Fly system last year and have had no more fly problems ! I was shocked at how fast it worked.

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