Chia Seeds for Horses


Hi! My name is Casie Bazay. I'm a mom, a freelance writer, and a certified equine acupressure practitioner.

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5 Responses

  1. Susan says:

    Wouldn’t it be nice if we all could afford to give our horses chia seeds? With a little research, I found a bulk wholesaler who sells the seeds in 50 pound amounts at $6 per pound. If your horse eats 4 pounds per month, that’s a minimum of $24 to add to the price of hay and your daily grain. OUCH! Purchased in smaller amounts it could cost up to $8 per pound!!!

  2. Jill Mora says:

    I’ve been feeding US Chia for about 6mths, it’s a great product, I bought the 12lb pail. I feed 1/4 cup per day, so I’m probably using just over 1lb per month. I only use a teaspoon of Chia on my own oatmeal for breakfast, so I’m hoping that “less is more” for the horse too! The farrier asked what I was feeding to make his hooves grow so fast, I figured it’s the Chia and NutraFlax. My horse looks great, I can see a difference.

  3. Hello, Our company produces chia seeds in Bolivia .

    We have customers in Germany, Holland, Canada , USA and Korea and guarantee the quality of our product.

    We processing plant and cold storage chambers for 6000 ton .

    Besides planting have Quinoa, chia seeds , sesame, soy beans , Noni , Maca , corn , wheat, and other fruits and seeds of the regions of the Andes and the Amazon.

    We are interested in being his suppliers whether raw materials or finished product according to its formulations for equine food because we have high quality and wide variety of natural components.

    Waiting for your comments Best Regards.

    Renzo Gismondi Z
    Desarrollo de Nuevos Negocios

    • Casie says:

      Hello Renzo,

      I don’t personally sell the chia seeds or any other type of product on the blog here. This was a guest post from Zack with US Chia. Maybe you could get in contact with them through their website linked above in the article though.



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