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Omega 3 Oil

Linseed oil to improve condition and provide Omega-3

13 reviews. 4.9 / 5
Guest - 09/07/2024 21:38
The horse loves it, and it was a fair price Not been on it long enough for results yet, but Vet recommended for respiratory issues, so fingers crossed!.
Anne - 16/02/2023 07:03
The best products service and customer service
Julie - 12/02/2023 20:55
Great value. Thank you for your advice
Julie - 27/01/2023 13:25
A great addition to my supplements
Trusted Feefo Customer - 22/09/2022 07:45
Excellent service excellent staff excellent products
Anne - 21/04/2022 06:33
Excellent service excellent staff excellent service excellent staff excellent products
Trusted Feefo Customer - 27/01/2022 10:27
Good for my 27 year old retired racehorse with aches and pains.Helps keep her supple and she eats it well in her feeds.
Anne - 06/01/2022 10:19
Excellent service excellent staff quick delivery
Nicola - 16/12/2021 08:29
Horses love it and look wonderful on it
Anne - 09/12/2021 22:20
Excellent service excellent staff excellent product

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Feeding Guide

Weight of Horse/Pony Amount per day                                 
Up to 400kg 25ml
Over 400kg 50ml
As this is a natural product, some sedimentation will occur. Shake before use.

Linseed oil contains essential fatty acids. These fatty acids are polyunsaturated fats required for a number of metabolic processes and are not produced by the body, so must be obtained in the diet.

Storage : Store in a cool, dark place out of direct sunlight and excessive heat. Always replace cap after use.

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

Linseed Oil is a complementary feeding stuff for equine animals. Feedmark uses nothing in the formulation of this product that contravenes competition rules.

Nutrition Information

Omega Oil is 100% Linseed oil, which provides one of the highest natural amount of Omega-3 in a vegetable based source. Omega-3 is known as an essential fatty acid, meaning that they are essential in the diet, as the horse cannot produce them itself. Essential fatty acids, such as Omega-3 play vital roles in the body, including supporting skin and coat health, and Omega-3 in particular plays a role in normal inflammatory responses, and as such can also support joint health. 


Linseed oil (cold pressed)


Crude protein 0.2%, Crude oils & fats 97.5%, Crude fibre 0.8%, Crude ash <0.1%, Sodium <0.01%

What is the omega 3:6 ratio of Omega Oil?

The omega 3:6 ratio is approximately 3:1. 


Why is it important to maintain a correct omega 3:6 ratio? 

Maintaining a correct omega 3:6 balance is important as omega 3-fatty acids are anti-inflammatory and omega 6-fatty acids are pro-inflammatory. Both of these fatty acids are essential fatty acids for the horse, meaning that they have to be provided in the diet.

What is the correct omega 3:6 ratio?

The ideal omega 3:6 ratio hasn't yet been established for horses and it is important to remember that omega 6-fatty acids aren't bad. However, there needs to be a higher level of omega 3-fatty acids in the overall diet, compared to omega-6 fatty acids, to help moderate the pro-inflammatory response.