Flaxseed and flaxseed meal to complement your horse's nutrition.
Stables FlaxLinen supports the well-being of your horse. Stomach linen is a natural and healthy supplement to your horse's diet. Flax, linseed, and pepper oil support the overall well-being of the horse - and it has been said to be one of the world's most nutritious foods.Versatile and high in fiber flax promote horse bowel function, makes good for your skin and makes hair shine. According to recent studies, flax may also help the metabolic syndrome of horses.The diverse health effects of lean flax are based on the dietary fiber, fatty acids, and lignans, or flax's own antioxidant.Linseed oil contains a lot of healthy linoleic (omega-6) and linolenic acids (omega-3) that do good for example. horse skin and coat. Adequate intake of linoleic acid prevents dehydration and exfoliation of the skin of the horse, hair loss and reduces the risk of skin infection. Therefore, flax is also very well suited for the feeding of a horse suffering from skin problems such as summer rash. Valuable omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids can also prevent local inflammation and muscular tissue damage resulting from stress.Flaxseed contains mucus, which binds a lot of water and has been found to treat and protect the gut and stomach of the horse. In addition, it promotes the growth of beneficial intestinal microbes. Musin also prevents constipation without making the horse's stool loose. Good quality fiber in flax seed also increases and softens the feces of the horse. In addition, fiber-rich nutrition gives the horse a feeling of satiety for a long time.Linen raises the fat, protein and energy content of horse feeding - half a kilo of linen is enough to give a horse the same amount of energy as a liter of oats. In addition, flax contains a lot of important minerals, trace elements and vitamins such as potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, selenium and vitamins A, C, E, B1 and B2. The linen sold by the stabbing ladle has always been fertilized with zinc-containing fertilizer, so that the flax straw flax, flax seeds and linseed oil do not contain cadmium. Discover our extensive and high-quality linen range with flax, linseed and linseed in different sizes.Keep in mind that flax leaves swell strongly and the flax must always be moistened and swollen in warm water for 10-20 minutes before feeding.