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Can goats benefit from a joint supplement? I have a small pail of Fluid Action HA Powder (joint support for horses, dogs, and cats) and I'm wondering if it would help my goats...the older one is a bit creaky and the little one is limping due to being kicked by a horse in the foot. Here are the ingredients. I'm just wondering if it's safe and if the goats can absorb it.

Ingredient Per Serving Per Pound
Product Facts

Active Ingredients per 1 ounce
Glucosamine HCl (shellfish source) 5,000 mg
Ascorbic Acid 1,000 mg
MSM 60 mg
Yucca 29 mg
Sodium Hyaluronate 25 mg
Ginko Biloba 18 mg
Other Ingredients

Inactive Ingredients (powder in buckets): Aloe vera gel, bromelain, calcium citrate, calcium iodate, corn gluten, cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12), fructose, gelatin, pyridoxine HCl (Vitamin B6), riboflavin (Vitamin B2), sodium benzoate, turmeric.
 
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