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Dandelion Roots & Leaves

A multi-functional plant used to support the urinary tract

6 reviews. 5 / 5
Lisa - 07/02/2024 14:26
Good clean product, doing it's job
Trusted Feefo Customer - 14/03/2021 20:25
Very palatable product, thanks.
Shirley - 30/01/2021 20:22
My horses seemed to enjoy it
Helen - 25/06/2020 08:37
I know dandelion is good for horses, they love them. product looks good quality
Abbey - 24/06/2020 20:26
amazing product that has quite literally saved my mare
Andrea - 06/02/2018 13:48
Superior quality product that the horses love and the benefits are showing in their coats and general health.
Trusted Feefo Customer - 19/10/2017 13:50
My horse loves them as a treat.

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Feeding Guide

Weight of Horse/Pony Amount per day                                          
Up to 400kg 2 scoops
Over 400kg 4 scoops
1 level (50ml) scoop of Dandelion Roots and Leaves weighs approximately 11g

Feed supplements should be fed according to body weight. Introduce to the horse's diet gradually, splitting between feeds (when applicable).

Dandelion Roots and Leaves is a complementary feeding stuff for equine animals. Feedmark uses nothing in the formulation of this product that contravenes competition rules.

Nutrition Information

Dandelion is one of the most useful European herbs. It is also known as ‘wet-the-bed’- referring to how it can promote urination. Dandelion provides excellent support for the liver and kidneys and is high in the vitamins A, B, C and D, and rich in Potassium, Magnesium and Calcium - a natural electrolyte. Dandelion also helps promote joint mobility. 


More information:

Dandelion roots and leaves are traditionally used for kidney, liver and digestive issues. They can be useful as a liver tonic to support cleansing and elimination of waste from the body, as a digestive tonic to promote the appetite and improve digestion, and for supporting pancreatitis when under veterinary supervision. Dandelion roots and leaves are best known for their diuretic properties, and, as they contain Magnesium, Calcium and Potassium, they are often the herb of choice for supporting the kidneys when a diuretic action is required.

Dandelion roots and leaves are also a source of vitamins such as A, B, C, and D, and minerals Iron and Copper. Horses have been known to seek out Dandelion in their paddocks, especially digging in the soil for its roots. Dandelion is safe to use long-term and at recommended levels during pregnancy. Dandelion and Clivers fed together make a good spring tonic for animals to help cleanse and re-energise their systems after winter.


Dandelion roots & leaves (Taraxacum officinale)


Crude protein 12.4%
Crude oils & fats 1.9%
Crude fibre 15.4%
Crude ash 9.6%
Sodium 0.1%

Since feeding Dandelion Root my horse’s bedding seems wetter, why is this?

Dandelion encourages the horse to drink, which helps to flush out the kidneys and urinary tract, so extra urination is to be expected!