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Promote joint health with high levels of Vitamin C

59 reviews. 5 / 5
Guest - 18/06/2024 05:18
I feed these to our goats as a source of vit c, they love them
Guest - 16/04/2024 08:26
Teresa - 14/03/2024 09:19
Good high quality product.  Far better than other brands.
Guest - 28/02/2024 19:14
My horse loves this in his dinner. I am sure it does what it is supposed to do.
Jennifer - 22/11/2023 16:31
My horses won't eat them fresh so a good way to get them into the horses system.  Is expensive from Feedmark
Guest - 01/11/2023 16:06
Good source of vit c.. no frills
Jill - 18/10/2023 14:32
Great product well packaged easy to us
Janet - 21/09/2023 09:16
Smell lovely ,horse like them and she looks extremely good for taking them.
Beverley - 01/07/2023 21:26
A while since I’ve used these, with my boys getting on a bit I felt they needed a bit of support.
Janet - 28/06/2023 14:18
They were For my daughters horses

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Nutrition Information

Traditionally, Rosehips have been picked from hedgerows for their health promoting properties, due to high levels of vitamins and beneficial antioxidant compounds that neutralise free radicals. They are also used to help support strong healthy hoof growth, to help with circulation, and commonly for joint health.


Ground Rosehip shells (Fructus cynosbati)


Crude protein  6.8%
Crude oils & fats 2.8%
Crude fibre  38.4%
Crude ash 3.2%
Sodium 0.2%

Feeding Guide


Weight of Horse/Pony  Amount per day                                
Up to 400kg ½ scoop
Over 400kg 1 scoop


1 level (50ml) scoop of Rosehips weighs approximately 34g

According to Page-Self (2006), Rosehips provide a readily available source of vitamin C, so can help support the immune system. They are an excellent spring tonic especially when fed with nettle leaf and can be fed to support health during times of fatigue. As they are a mild laxative, they can be useful to aid digestion. As a mild diuretic, they can be helpful to support kidney and bladder health. As a mild astringent, they can be helpful for loose droppings. As they are high in (bio)flavonoids, they can help with oxidative stress which is present in any living tissue, but higher during periods of illness.

A number of clinical studies involving humans with osteoarthritis have looked into the effectiveness of Rosehips.  The patients were given a product that contains an extract from Rosehips. This research was reviewed in 2007 and the conclusion was "Rosehip powder had a moderate effect in patients with osteoarthritis". There was a reduction in taking "rescue medication" after taking the Rosehip extract product for over three months.

Consult your veterinarian first if you have concerns about your horse or pony's joint mobility.

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

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