Chia Seeds
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Whole Food Omega-3 Source for Horses

Delivering twice the content of omega-3 for horses as flax seeds, chia seeds provide a complete amino acid profile including Lysine and Proline. Proline is a key constituent of collagen. Equine chia also contains an antioxidant content that is higher than blueberries.

The mucilage the seeds produce (chia gel) supports digestion for metabolic horses and also supports the removal of small particle debris like sand from the gut, making chia an excellent alternative to psyllium.

Available in 5, 10, or 20 pound sizes.

"AWESOME! So convenient! I feed chia seeds to my draft horses to increase their fatty acid intake. Buying the teeny, tiny bags at the store is expensive and annoying. This tub lasts my two Belgian horses one month! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE how shiny their coats are now!"  ~ Faith P.

Chia seeds can vary in size and color due to plant variation, location, and growing conditions. BioStar carefully selects the highest quality chia that is grown organically and sustainably for the health of our horses, humans and environment.

Directions for Use: 

Scoop Included = 1/4 cup (60 cc's)
• Regular feeding: 2-4 Tbsps (or 1/4 cup (40.69g)) per feeding
• For metabolic horses: 1/3 cup per feeding
• Can be fed dry or added to wet feed to soak.

Recommended monthly supply:

One 5-lb. bag serves one horse for 30 days.


Chia Seeds

Country of Origin

Chia Seeds: Sourced from South America. Actual country varies based on the most sustainable chia available.

Product Analysis

Per 1/4 cup (40.69g) 

Crude Protein (min) 

Crude Fat (min) 

Crude Fiber (max) 

Moisture (max) 

Ash (max) 

Omega-3 (Alpha-Linoleric Acid) 

Omega-6 (Linolenic Acid)

4 g

6.50 g

8.25 g

4 g

5.2 g

4160 mg

1370 mg

  • No Preservatives

  • No fillers or binders

  • No Added Flavorings

  • Wheat Free

  • Soy Free

  • Raw

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