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Equimins Cooked Linseed for Horses

  • 3kg Eco Pack £11.30
  • 5kg Bag £17.92
  • 10kg Bag £33.02
  • 20kg Bag £49.07

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Equimins Cooked Linseed consists of a rich source of Omega 3 and Omega 6 oils. It is an ideal accompaniment to a full spec supplement or a feed balancer, and as an alternative to linseed oil and other oils with the added advantage of all the fibre. The product is grown by Equimins and, after harvesting, is micronised to create the correct form for easy digestion by a horse. This product will put a wonderful shine on any horse

Store at 10 - 20 degrees C Maximum.

Does not contain any artificial preservatives.

Free from Prohibited substances.


Nutrients Quantity
Oil 39%
Protein 23%
Fibre 7%
Ash 4.5%
Moisture 10%


Ground Micronised Linseed

Feeding Recommendation

  • Ponies: Up to 70 grams per day
  • Horses: Up to 140 grams per day

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How long will it stay fresh

9th Jun 2015
Angela Sharp (mob924124323)
  • VioVet Customer Since: February 2014
  • From: Santiago do Cacem, Portugal

I want to order a large quantity for my 2 horses. However I live in Portugal and already temps are very high. I cannot keep this product cool. Once opened how quickly will the product go off in the heat please.
Many thanks

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

It is difficult to know how quickly this will go off as it depends on how much fresh air gets mixed with the product each time you use some, as well as the actual temperature it is stored at. Ideally it should never be stored above 20 degrees C. I would have to say that you should look at getting some sort of refrigerator to store this in. Old fridges are very cheap in the UK and it does not matter how battered they look, as long as the cooler works and the door closes. I would guess you could get an old fridge in Portugal so that would be your best bet.