Ok. Half a scoop equals 1/8th cup a whole scoop equals 1/4 cup on the bucket it says to feed 1 scoop per horse daily for horses on pasture and 2scoops a day per horse for horses on hay (dry or stalled) dry or moist application. ( I wet down my feeds all year but use hot water in winter so their dinner can help keep them warmer by not freezing their tongue off. This is what it says on the bucket of it helping:
Chia naturally provides: healthier skin and coat, promotes strong hoof growth, helps provide a calming effect, reduces symptoms of arthritis, reduces immflamatory issues, aids with laminitis, allergies, a healthy immune system, growth and development and increased energy. Helps prevent sand colic and can ELIMINATE the need for sand clearing phsyllium products. 1 scoop of chia provides: 187 calories, 11.7g protein, 11.9g omega 3, 3.5g omega 6,18.6g fat (1.8th saturated),23.4g fibre (3g soluble & 20.4g insoluble), 23.8 gm carbohydrates,1.2 mg sodium,397mg potassium,405mg calcium,605mg phosphorus,9.3 mg iron,221mg magnesium, 2.1mg zinc.
That's just on the container. It can also help with putting weight on etc too. Hope that helps.
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