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AniMed™ FSO™ Flax Seed Oil
A natural source of Omega 3 Fatty Acids essential for healthy skin, coat, and hooves. This flaxseed oil blend is one of the richest, natural sources of Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids, including alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) derived from plant seeds. Horses require a minimum level of fat in their diet for optimum health.
One of the richest, natural sources of Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids
Contains alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), which is derived from plant seeds
Helps produce and stimulate micro-nutrients that restore draining minerals and vitamins
Soybean Oil, Flaxseed Oil (Cold pressed, Organic)
Nutritional Data per ounce:
Crude Protein (min): 1%
Crude Fat (min): 98%
Crude Fiber (max): >1%
Linolenic (Omega 3) (min): 2000 mg
Linoleic (Omega 6) (min): 1500 mg
Unsaponifiable matter: less than 2%
Insolubles: less than 1%
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I'm wondering what are the ingredients in this as well as the AniMed FSO Flax Seed Oil? What oils are in there?
AniMed FSO Flax Seed Oil
Best Answer: Go back to the state line site click onto the product & scroll down. Product summary tells all & most bottom answers your question. As to the differences one is only flax oil & the other is a combination of good oils. You need to read each product summary completely.
Okay to use for dogs? This is much cheaper than salmon oil.
Best Answer: Yes it's safe. I wouldn't give more than couple tablespoons with food starting out might give them diarrhea Should make coats shiny.
Keep flax seed oil cool inside.
How much of this product is considered the dosage? And cab anyone who has used it tell me how much Omega 3 and 6 there is in either a 2 oz size or a 4 oz size, whatever is considered the normal daily amount? I would like to know w/o having to buy it and read the label. Some products list the above info, but this is not one of them.
Best Answer: That information is available in the product description and the product label attached to it:
Feeding directions: HORSES: 1000 lbs total body weight, feed 1 to 2 ounces daily. Horses 500 lbs total body weight feed 1 ounce daily. Omega 3 shows at 2000 mg per ounce, and Omega 6 shows at 1500 mg per ounce.
IS LINSEED OIL GOOD FOR HORSES?
Best Answer: Linseed oil and flax seed oil are the same thing, so yes. If you have linseed oil left over from painting or other uses I would use caution feeding it to your horse. You should be sure it is food grade which doesn't have additives or solvents used in it.
How does this need to be stored?
Best Answer: Just bring it in the house with you put in cabinet. Someplace kinda cool You don't want sunlight on it or the heat to get to it it will turn rancid and no good then.
It doesn't say but I assume this is 1 gallon?
Best Answer: Yes it is a one gallon.
I've used it a lot to put shine on my horses coats and they seem to like it