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Excel Supplements produces camelina oil for horses and dogs straight from our company owned ingredients. We also have products for hooves, wounds and livestock! Our camelina oil is vet approved, competition safe, and is backed by research! 

Equine

$1.74

Per Day

Canine

$0.86

Per Day

Livestock

5 Gallon ExcelR8 Livestock Camelina Oil Supplement

$1.31

Per Day

All Natural and Non GMO Camelina oil

We are the farmers

The Excel team has actively bred and developed non-GMO Camelina varieties for years without the need for harsh chemicals and pesticides in the growth process.

Vet Approved Camelina oil

Vet approved

With data backed research, vet's around the country are happily using Excel's products with their hardest cases.

USEF and FEI safe Camelina oil

COMPETITION SAFE

The processing of our oils is performed in facilities free from contamination of any prohibited or forbidden performance substances.

100% Satisfaction Guarantee Camelina oil

Satisfaction Guarantee

If you are not satisfied with your Excel purchase and/or do not notice a difference in your animal within the first 30 days of consistently feeding product you are eligible for a return and refund!

Frequently asked questions

Read “What is Camelina Oil” on our blog!

Camelina oil comes from the oilseed Camelina sativa. Camelina sativa is native to Europe and grows well in cold and arid climates. While camelina is normally found in Europe, it can also be found in Asia and in some places throughout North America, Slovenia, and Italy. Known in English as camelina, gold-of-pleasure, or false flax, this crop has been used in natural medicine for years. It is possible that Camelina Sativa was brought to North America unintentionally as a weed with flaxseed. It was overlooked until recently for dietary use. 

Why Camelina Oil for horses and dogs?

Researchers’ became interested in Camelina because of its high level (up to 45%) of omega-3 fatty acids. It is uncommon to have this level of omega-3 fatty acids in plant based sources.  Most of the fatty acids in cold-pressed camelina oil are polyunsaturated. This helps provide structure to cell membranes which can improve exercise stamina, lower heart rate, increase sperm production, improve immune response, and help with the body’s responsiveness to insulin.

What Vitamin E does Camelina oil contain?

Lastly, camelina oil contains Vitamin E in two forms, alpha and gamma tocopherol. These compounds protect the oil from oxidation and rancidity, which makes its shelf life stretch to over 18 months. Together with Omega properties, Vitamin E helps improve skin conditions and prevent free radical damage.

The most important concept to understand when comparing omegas is that they are not all created equal. Having quality sourcing of ingredients and precise processing techniques will provide an excellent omega product with the correspondingly important bioavailability your animal needs to see results.

Excel Supplements Research and Development

For the last 15+ years, Excel has worked to develop proprietary camelina varieties which are optimized to yield the highest level of omegas, sterols and polyphenols

We Are The Farmers!

Our control of the entire process, from the planted seed to your animal’s feed enables you to be certain your animal is getting the highest quality supplement available.  Our camelina is grown in our controlled fields and is carefully processed to maximize the effects of this plant’s oil for animal health.

An Ideal Ratio

Excel’s supplements provide an optimal ratio between omega three, six and nine fatty acids; added to this are the tailored polyphenols and antioxidants in Excel’s varietals which have been developed to allow for maximum bioavailability within the animal. Superior anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and gastrointestinal support experienced by our patients is what truly sets ExcelEQ™ apart as the gold standard of the animal supplement industry.

Our Own Ingredients

Excel ProElite™ provides the addition of CamOlive™ (a proprietary extract of natural olive antioxidants) which benefits the performance of the animal by adding increased mobility and superior muscle development along with enhanced anti-inflammatory protection for quicker recovery post workout. ProElite™ also provides elevated anti-oxidant activity (neutralizes free radicals and protects intestinal epithelium), increased bioavailability (increases the nutrient bioavailability) and intestinal protection (reinforced the immune system and improve hind-gut health).

No!

All Excel products come with a measuring device (1 Gallon and 5 Gallon options come with pumps provided)

2 Years 

Each product has a shelf life of 2 years from the packaging date which can be found on the bottom of the container, bottle, jug or bucket.

When looking at hind gut issues in horses it all points to inflammation in the gut wall. If your horse does not have an intact gut wall, instead of absorbing the nutrients needed they will leak out of the gut, causing inflammation. When the horse’s body reacts to this, more inflammation will occur, leading down a road of more serious problems.

Wall Repair and Prevention

Excel can help with the hind gut through wall repair and prevention. In order to have a healthy hind gut you need to make sure that you are feeding the good bacteria while eliminating the bad. Because Excel is a prebiotic it helps with all of these areas. Probiotics simply remove all bugs in the gut leaving a small population of bugs behind, good and bad. Because all horses are different, the best thing to do is make sure that the gut is working how it should be to that specific horse.

Studies Prove It Works

Trials have been performed with ProElite™s ingredients to see how its properties improve the hind gut. The findings indicate the key components in CamOlive™ actually promote growth of the intestinal villi, improving the hind gut significantly and increasing intestinal absorption.

What is Vitamin E?

The Vitamin E in Excel largely consists of Gamma-tocopherol and serves two important functions: – as a powerful anti-inflammatory agent and secondly, and equally important to the overall product, as a very potent natural antioxidant which acts as a preservative and improves the oil’s stability. 

Alpha-tocopherol

Your horse’s diagnosed vitamin E deficiency is actually a diagnosis calling for supplementation with Alpha-tocopherol.  As Excel is largely a gamma-tocopherol product, your horse will not receive a large dose of Alpha-tocopherol by adding Excel to its diet…HOWEVER… in many cases, the root-cause of the Alpha-tocopherol deficiency is often tied to poor intestinal absorption of this important vitamin. 

Improve Bioavailability 

ExcelEQ™ and especially ExcelProElite™ have been shown to improve the bioavailability of other nutrients in the animal’s diet by decreasing ‘leaky gut’ and improving overall intestinal health- allowing the naturally consumed vitamins to do what they were intended to do- and reducing or eliminating the need for artificial supplementation of these vitamins.  We often find horse owners who have been using heavy supplementation with vitamins being able to completely eliminate this extra supplementation following a switch to using ExcelEQ ProElite™

Check With Your Vet

As always, check with a veterinarian before eliminating any proscribed medicines or supplements from an animals’ diet, but we feel that the best form of protection is prevention and if you are able to improve your animal’s gut health, and eliminate artificial forms of supplementation and medication, you are improving your animal’s overall health and wellbeing, naturally.

Excel’s Natural Tocopherols

More about Excel’s natural tocopherols:  Typically, the more unsaturated the oil, the more prone it is to oxidation, hence a shorter shelf life.

However, the high concentration of the Gamma-tocopherol in Excel improves the oil’s stability- dramatically improving its shelf life when compared to other oils with similar levels of unsaturated fatty acids (flax, fish oil).
What we think of as Vitamin E is really a mix of different tocopherols (of which there are many).

The following is the breakdown of Excel into its different tocopherol components:
Total tocopherols- 700PPM or 760-800 mg/kg
  • Alpha-tocopherol: 30 – 40 mg/kg
  • Gamma –tocopherol: 720 – 740 mg/kg
  • Delta-tocopherol: 10 – 20 mg/kg
  • Alpha-Tocopherol IU’s: 20- 27 IUs per Kg or .6-.8 IU’s per ounce*

When looking at this on a daily serving basis- you can calculate this into per ounce measurements.  1 kg equates to 35.27 oz so total Tocopherol content per ounce of Excel is equal to between 21.55 to 22.68 mg/ounce. Alpha tocopherol supplementation is often listed in I.U.s (International Units).  Customers being told to supplement their animals with Vitamin E (again really Alpha-Tocopherols) are looking for these measurements, and we are frequently asked to identify this IU measurement for our oil.

Excel Can Help!

Excel can help with the hind gut through wall repair and prevention. In order to have a healthy hind gut you need to make sure that you are feeding the good bacteria while eliminating the bad. Because Excel is a prebiotic it helps with all of these areas. Probiotics simply remove all bugs in the gut leaving a small population of bugs behind, good and bad. Because all horses are different, the best thing to do is make sure that the gut is working how it should be to that specific horse.

Studies Prove…

Trials have been performed with ProElite™s ingredients to see how its properties improve the hind gut. The findings indicate the key components in CamOlive™ actually promote growth of the intestinal villi, improving the hind gut significantly and increasing intestinal absorption.

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