Quality flours and proteins have been popular ingredients for animal feed for a long time. This is because of the nutrients contained in the oil seeds: crude fibre, vitamins, minerals and proteins. We use a screw press to cold-press the seeds gently and protect their nutrients, making sure that your pet receives optimal nutrition.
Nutritious pellets for your pet
The oil cake, which we process into pellets, is an increasingly widespread feeding product for pets and livestock. Our oil cakes are made from quality oil seeds. They come from completely natural sources and contain large amounts of protein and fibre. Mixed into regular feed or special horse cereal mixes, our black-cumin pellets are a widespread nutritional supplement for horses and ponies. Rapeseed, linseed and sesame pellets are primarily used in fattening feed for cows and horses.
Our natural products are free from additives. They constitute a gluten-free alternative to regular types of grains.
Vegetable oils instead of animal fats
More and more pet owners prefer vegetable oils and proteins to fish oil and meat and bone meal.
Today, hemp oil is nearly as popular as the better-known linseed oil in dog food. Hemp oil is extracted from the seeds of male cannabis plants. As these plants do not contain any THC, their seeds do not have an intoxicating effect. The oil has a wealth of healthful properties from which your dog will benefit:
- helps the dog shed its fur
- promotes shiny, healthy fur
- minimises allergic reactions
- soothes inflammation and irritation
- helps strengthen the immune system
- improves metabolic processes
To achieve the best possible effect, we recommend feeding small quantities of the oil at first. If your dog does not exhibit any adverse reaction, feed the following amounts every week:
- Large dogs: 1 tablespoon
- Medium-sized dogs: 2 teaspoons
- Small dogs: 1 teaspoon
Black cumin seed oil is often given as a nutritional supplement, too. It is especially easily digestible and can have a positive and soothing effect on the respiratory tract of horses, for instance.
Dog owners primarily use it to eliminate parasites such as ticks and worms, but the oil can also help strengthen the immune system and soothe inflammation.
Very active dogs get an energy boost from coconut oil. This soothing oil can also be applied to patches of dry skin and fur in need of care. It even protects your pet from heat and cold. Much like black cumin seed oil, coconut oil keeps parasites away. Give it to your dog internally or externally.