Introducing Wild Gold
Cold-Pressed Camelina Oil Equine Supplements
Besides being essential to your horse’s diet, the omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids in Wild Gold Original Camelina Oil have been shown to positively impact cell membrane response to trauma and infection as well as reducing inflammation. Recent research in horses has even shown that fatty acids may have the potential to help regulate insulin sensitivity. Wild Gold also contains naturally occurring Vitamin E that not only prevents rancidity of the product but also provides your horse with a potent anti-inflammatory in a form that can be easily digested.
Many performance horses are at risk of gastrointestinal distress caused by frequent changes in hay, the stress of travel, and the rigors of training. Performance demands may also increase inflammation and take their toll on immune function. Wild Gold Premium has been formulated to provide your horse with a potent anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acid, as well as Alltech’s Bio-Mos® to promote good digestive bacteria, and Aloe Vera Shown to positively impact ulcers.
PRE & PROBIOTIC
MINERAL & VITAMIN FORMULATION
With the pre and pro biotics, our Mineral & Vitamin Formulation conditions both the gut intestinal tract with live viable naturally occurring microorganisms which are necessary for proper digestion. With the salt and trace minerals provided, the animal requires water which promotes hydration. The zeolite clay has one of the best molecular structures to remove toxins from the body gut and intestinal tract. The selenium and biotin are always brought to our attention, for the health of the horses we have both in our formulation. The purpose of our formulation, is to combine the Mineral & Vitamin Pre and Probiotic Formulation with our Wild Gold Original or Premium Camelina plant-based oil supplement. This combination along with good hay is all you need for good well-rounded nutrition for your horse.
Learn More About Our Health Benefits for Horses…
Camelina oil is the foundation of all of our Wild Gold products. Extracted from sustainable Camelina sativa plants that are harvested from small family owned farms, the oil is produced under cold compression to insure its beneficial nutrients are maintained. Research has shown that the omega fatty acid profile of camelina oil positively impacts cell membrane composition. The omega-3 alpha-linolenic acid found in camelina oil is the same form of omega-3 fatty acid found in the horse’s natural plant-based diet. The problem is that the majority of horse diets today are made up of dried forages that contain very little omega fatty acid due to the fact that these fatty acids are not heat stable. This means that while horses may consume plenty of omega-3 fatty acids from good quality pasture, when grass is dried to make hay the omega-3s are lost. Many of the oils and fat sources we have traditionally relied upon in equine diets such as corn oil, canola oil, and rice bran, contain very low levels of omega-3 fatty acids and over supply omega-6 fatty acids.
SKIN & SHINE
Your horse’s skin and coat are made up of a series of cells with tough membranes comprised of protein and fatty acids. Without adequate fatty acids, these cell membranes weaken which allows water to escape resulting in dry scaly skin and brittle hair. Insuring adequate fatty acid intake helps nourish skin and hair resulting in healthy skin and a gleaming coat. The camelina oil in Wild Gold provides a rich source of omega fatty acids to support skin and coat health.
Aloe vera has been associated with several health benefits. Research in other species suggests that aloe may aid in the healing of stomach and intestinal ulcers as well as decreasing inflammation associated with digestive tract disorders such a colitis. A recent equine study showed improvement in gastric ulcers when Aloe vera was supplemented in combination with several other ingredients.
Fat sources provided 2.5 times more energy than an equivalent weight of carbohydrate making them a great source of fuel for horses in hard work or needing extra calories for weight gain. Wild Gold Original is a better option when your horse needs calories from fat because 30-40% of the fat provided is in the form of anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acid. Wild Gold Original provides the best of both worlds by providing fat calories for increased stamina while at the same time reducing the risk inflammation.
Data has shown that long periods of travel lead to lower immunity. Bio-Mos® has been shown to stimulate the immune system by evoking a direct antibody response against invading pathogens. DHA, the form of omega-3 fatty acid created by your horse from the fats found in Wild Gold Original and Premium as well as provided directly by the algae in Wild Gold Premium, is also thought to have immune system enhancing properties which help make antibodies which help with immune regulation.
Derived from yeast, Bio-Mos® is a prebiotic that “feeds the gastrointestinal tract” acting as a food source for beneficial bacteria. Additionally, Bio-Mos® prevents some pathogenic bacteria from establishing in the gut lining thus reducing the risk of damage to the digestive tract. Supported with over 700 research trials in a variety of species including horses, Bio-Mos® has been shown to improve feed efficiency thus increasing weight gain in mature horses, nutrient transfer from mares to foals, and improved foal body condition.
Research has shown that after 90 days, horses fed supplemental DHA had lower levels of markers associated with joint inflammation. In other studies, supplementation with omega-3 fatty acids showed an increase in stride length at the trot as compared to horses receiving corn oil. Wild Gold Original and Premium may be of benefit to aged horses suffering from osteoarthritis as well as performance horses whose joints are subjected to high impact or horses already suffering from joint inflammation.
The fatty acid composition of the horse’s diet has a direct influence on whether an inflammatory stimulus will escalate or be reduced. Unlike other oils typically included in equine diets, the camelina oil found in our Wild Gold products provides a unique blend of omega-3 and 6 fatty acids and our Premium product provides a direct source of DHA. Feeding our Wild Gold products will help insure that your horse’s diet contains the fatty acids necessary to regulate inflammatory response.
Wild Gold Premium aids digestion and gastrointestinal health through the inclusion of Bio-Mos®, Aloe Vera, and anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids. In laboratory animal models, Aloe Vera has been shown to heal gastric ulcers and recent research in horses suggests that it may have a beneficial impact for horses at risk of Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome. By binding pathogenic bacteria and reducing damage to the intestinal wall lining, Bio-Mos® helps to maintain a healthy gut surface thus improving nutrient absorption.
Omega-3 fatty acids play a role in cell membrane flexibility. If not flexible, RBCs are at risk of rupture resulting in exercise induced pulmonary hemorrhage (EIPH) and blood in the airways, a condition known as “bleeders”. Recent research reported that feeding diets enriched with EPA and DHA improved membrane fluidity and reduced signs of EIPH and lung inflammation. Wild Gold Premium provides your horse with a supplemental source of DHA.
- Plant-Based Source of Omega Fatty Acids
- Natural Vitamin E
- Traceable Source
- GMO & Gluten Free
- No Fish Oil, Trans Fat or Glucosamine
- Glyphosate Free
1-2 ounces per day.
For topical use of Wild Gold Original Camelina Oil apply liberally to affected area once a day or as needed.
Original: Cold-Pressed Camelina Sativa (L Crantz) Oil.
Premium: Camelina, Aloe, Fat Product Feed Grade, Brewers Dried Yeast, Hydrolyzed Yest and Processed Grain By-Products Feed Grade.
Check with veterinarian before use. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Not for use in animals on anticoagulant therapy or animals with bleeding disorders. Not for use in pregnant/ lactating animals. Horses, not intended for food as a withdrawal period has not been established.