UltraCruz Flax Oil Blend Skin, Coat & Hoof Care Liquid Horse Supplement, 1-gal, 4 count

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Top IngredientsSoybean Oil, Flax OilFlax Seed Meal, Corn Gluten, Gelatin...Biotin, Vitamin A, Vitamin D3, Zinc, MethionineActive Ingredients: Biotin, Alfalfa Meal, Yeast Culture, Lecithin.Active Ingredients: Biotin, Methionine, Lysine...
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About This Item

  • Helps balance your horse’s diet.
  • Crafted into a convenient liquid form that tastes great.
  • Designed to help balance fatty acid ratios and support a normal inflammatory response.
  • Formulated using a blend of pure cold-pressed flax oil and soybean oil for your horse’s health.
  • Made in the USA.


Questions & Answers

2 Customer Questions


How much flax seed oil compared to soybean oil does this product contain?
Answer by ChewyDec 10, 2020
Due to the pet supply industry being a very competitive business, companies want to keep their recipes proprietary at the risk of them being copied by others, the amount of each ingredient is considered proprietary to the manufacturer.

How much to you give in a serving
Answer by ChewySep 30, 2020
Servings based on average weight of 1,000 pound horse. For adult horses give 1/4 cup twice daily. For advanced needs give 1/3 cup twice daily. For smaller horses give 1/2 tablespoon per 100 pounds of body weight.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Bamacoast on Nov 15, 2021

Very good oil blend at a decent price

I'm glad to see that Chewy now stocks this oil and it's available in multi-packs or single gallons. If you have doubts just order one and see how you and your horse like it. I have used it for probably 3 yrs. and my horses like it just fine. I don't particularly like the shape of the container, I think a round jug would make it easier to pour but it's a minor issue.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Amndahorses on May 9, 2021

Magic in a bottle

This oil is fantastic. I feed on top of my purine ultra with my smartpak for my mare. Her coat is amazing. I get compliments all the time. This also keeps good weight on her. It smells good. I also bought a different brand to try, and it had better reviews. This one is by far better. My mare is picky, but she loves this stuff. Buy it, you won’t regret it.


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Blue on Aug 25, 2020

Non committal

My gelding has a horrible sweet itch problem every summer. Rubs his mane totally off and most of his tail. Vet recommended trying flax seed oil so I tried this. It's only been about 3 weeks, but I haven't noticed too much difference yet. It's a little messy because it's an oil, but I refill a clean squeeze bottle and give him the max dose daily. That helps keep the mess to a minimum. I put it on his hay cubes and he doesn't seem to mind it at all. I'll use it the rest of the summer and see if it helps.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Zumba on Jul 23, 2020

Not so tasty

I was really disappointed that my mare considered this inedible. She’s not very picky and I used to use rice bran oil that she liked but it was very pricey. Alas, I won’t be using this product even though it looked like it was a complete omega source.