Omega Chews

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About Omega Chews

  • Each Omega Chew contains 5,200 mg of Omega 3-6-9 fatty acids

  • Developed with vets & leading equine nutritional experts

  • Can be fed daily

  • Balanced to support your horse’s diet

  • Supports healthy digestion

  • Great natural treat with health benefits

Omega Chews supports your horse’s body, improve hair, hoof and skin while aiding healthy digestion.

Omega Chews are designed to help balance your horse’s diet by providing omega fatty acids from natural ingredients. Each Omega Chew contains 5,200 mg of Omega 3-6-9 fatty acids.

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Instructions for use

As a daily supplement, administer 2 Omega Chews per day.

Ingredients

Composition: Peppermint Candy

Additives: Molasses, Flax Seed, Soya Flour (NGMO), Arginine, Whole Seed Flax, Lysine Hcl

Nutritional analysis:

  • Total Oil – 21.03%
  • Sodium – 0.04%
  • Crude Protein – 16.9%
  • Crude Fibre – 6.5%
  • Crude Ash – 5.4%
  • Moisture – 11.9%

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