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Equimins Linseed & Fenugreek for Horses

  • 3kg Tub £16.03


Equimins Linseed & Fenugreek is a milled and ready cooked combination of linseed together with fenugreek seeds for general health and well being, and a shiny coat. Linseed is a very useful digestive aid, and Fenugreek seeds are rich in flavanoids, Vitamins A,B1 and C, minerals and 25% protein. It is used to encourage weight gain.

3kg will last approximately 40 - 90 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 13.2 hands: 1-2 measures per day
  • 13.2 – 15.2 hands: 2-3 measures per day
  • 15.2 hands upwards: 4 measures daily

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Fenugreek and linseed

7th Nov 2014

Would this particularly benefit a pony with sweet itch throughout the winter to improve skin and coat condition before spring when she will then be in a sweetitch rug before midges appear. I want to make her as strong and healthy as poss to give her the best headstart physically before the summer

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This product would help to condition the skin and to help her come through the winter in good bodily condition, so it might well help. A possible alternative to try would be Brinicombe Equine Think Itch which is more tailored for this problem (though it is usually given when midges are active). Anything which helps the skin condition is a sensible thing to use, along with a midge repellent during the time they are active.