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Equimins Linseed Oil for Horses

  • 500ml Bottle £3.29
  • 1 litre Bottle £5.99
  • 2.5 litre Jerrycan £12.99
  • 4 litre Jerrycan £18.49
  • 5 litre Jerrycan £20.99

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Equimins Linseed Oil helps enhance your horse's coat condition and is also a very useful digestive aid. This cold pressed oil helps to promote good health and a shiny coat.

1 litre will last between 30 - 60 days.

Store in a cool dry place at 10 - 20 degrees C.

Contains no banned substances under Jockey Club and FEI rules.

Feeding Recommendations

  • Up to 200 kg: 40 ml per day
  • 300 – 400 kg: 60 ml per day
  • 450 – 600 kg: 80 ml per day
  • 600 kg plus: 100 ml per day

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Suitability for a minature? Sugar/energy release for young rider??

3rd Feb 2016

Suitability for a minature? Sugar/energy release for young rider?? Will it cause unwanted bursts of energy? Would pure be better than oil?

  • Non-Executive Director

This is a suitable product for any horse to improve the coat and as a slow-release energy supplement. It contains negligible sugars and so should not cause sudden bursts of energy, though some individuals are very "flighty" anyway of course. As long as you give it in amounts appropriate to the size of your horse and it forms part of a balanced diet, all should be well.

Cold pressed?

22nd Jun 2015

Is this Linseed oil cold pressed?

  • Web Developer

Yes Equimins Linseed Oil is cold pressed.

For people

2nd Jan 2015

can this b used for people...or if notc what is tge difference between this and linseed oil

  • Non-Executive Director

To some extent, linseed oil is the same however it is produced and packaged. However there are different ways of extracting the oil from the plant and some of these will affect the final result. Linseed oil prepared for human consumption has to satisfy more stringent safety tests and quality control measures than are required for horses, therefore although the products might be essentially the same, we would not be able to recommend human consumption of a product produced for horses or other animals.

Can this product be used for dogs?

29th Jul 2014

Is this okay to use for dogs?

  • Web Developer

Yes Linseed Oil is perfectly suitable for dogs.