Return to Dr. Getty's Free Shipping Store Homepage                                 Visit Getty Equine Nutrition Homepage                                    Contact Information                          Feed Your Horse Like A Horse                     Spotlight on Equine Nutrition Series


Hemp Seed Body Builder

Hemp seeds are non-GMO. They support superior health in horses. 

Hempseed Body Builder, is a co-product of pressing hemp seed for oil. It is a thick dense butter resembling a type of nut butter. It requires stirring to blend properly. It is ideal for putting on weight and quick recovery. 

Choose Hempseed Body Builder with 65% Fat and 16% Protein if your horse needs extra fat for weight gain and exercise needs. 

The fat content of hemp seeds contains all the identified essential fatty acids, known as the omegas. Hemp seed oil provides not only Omega 3 and Omega 6, but Omega 9 as well. But what really sets Hemp seed oil apart from the other oils is that it provides GLA: gamma linolenic acid. Hemp seed plant based oilseed provides essential fatty acids: Linoleic acid (an omega 6) and alpha linolenic acid (an omega 3) in a 2.8:1 ratio of omega 6s to 3s. Though inverted in relation to what would be found in pasture grasses, hemp seed oil has an added "secret weapon" that is not commonly found: Gamma Linolenic acid (GLA). GLA is actually an omega 6 fatty acid, but, unlike other omega 6s that increase inflammation, GLA reduces it in humans, benefitting a wide array of chronic inflammatory-related illnesses including skin conditions, allergies, degenerative joint disease, heart disease, and diabetes. Although little research has been done on GLA in horses, it is reasonable to extrapolate its benefits to equine inflammatory conditions.

GLA is a regulator of the prostaglandins, the hormone-like substances that act as chemical messengers inside the cell. Their physiological effects include regulation of inflammation. There are two predominant prostaglandins: PGE-1 the anti-inflammatory prostaglandin and PGE-2 the pro-inflammatory prostaglandin. GLA increases production of PGE-1, thus reducing the levels of PGE-2. Hemp seed oil further provides GLA, antioxidants, and the ability to reduce muscle glycogen fatigue. To purchase hempseed oil, click here...

During the dehulling process, the hemp seed fragments along with the hulls remains. They become a nutritious whole food that offers high quality protein in a highly palatable form. This is very important to your horse because he requires enough essential amino acids (building blocks) to synthesize body proteins, including muscle, hooves, blood proteins, antibodies, skin, vital organs, hormones, and more. An important aspect of hemp protein is that it is a quality source of the amino acids arginine and histidine, both of which are important for growth, and of the sulfur-containing amino acids methionine and cysteine, both of which are needed in the production of vital enzymes, as well as keratin, the protein found in hooves and hair. If only one source of protein is fed (as with one type of grass hay), your horse will not get sufficient amino acids to stay healthy and peripheral tissues such as skin, hooves, and joints, will show signs of malnutrition. Hemp seeds offer all ten essential amino acids (those that must be in the diet) in proper proportion to be best utilized by the body. The quality of protein found in hemp seeds is so high in fact, that it rivals soybeans. 

Hemp seed Body Builder is appropriate for:

Click here to read "Choose Hemp Instead of Soy!"  

Click here for a recent study on hemp products from the University of Edinburgh

Other Hemp Products:

Hemp Seed Oil - All the goodness of 100% Canadian cold-pressed hempseed oil, offering Gamma Linolenic Acid to reduce inflammation. 

Hemp Seed Protein Fiber - Hempseed meal - higher quality protein than soy. Fat - 10% with 30% Protein. Choose this is you do not want your horse to have as many fat calories

Hemp Topping - also called "Hemp Fines" are a fragments of the hemp seed and hull. Fat - 43% with 30% Protein.  Choose this for adding extra protein and fat. 

Feeding instructions:  1/2 cup to 1 cup per day. Each 1/2 cup (weighs 250 grams) provides 162.5 grams of fat and 40 grams of quality protein. 

Shelf Life:  18 months if stored properly (cool, out of direct sunlight). 

Scroll down to Order


Feed Your Horse Like A Horse Easy to read and understand, covers your circumstances, For the love of your horse -- feed him like a horse.  Signed and personalized.

Click Here for information and to order...


See these other books by Dr. Getty:

Spotlight on Equine Nutrition Series:  Individual topics based on her popular teleseminars:


 Click Here for descriptions and to order.

Order Here

Hemp Seed Body Builder 

7.6 Liter Pail (63 1/2 cup servings)  $129.95

SAVE a considerable amount by purchasing Two 7.6 Liter Pails  $199.95

Quantity and Prices

All with Free Shipping (via Canada Post) **see below

 Getty Equine Nutrition is proud to present:




Beet-E-Bites Cookies and Cookie Crumbles (to top dress for making meals more palatable)  Also take a look at  Equi-Pockets, made by Beet-e-Bites, with a special pocket for administering medications. 


All are low in %NSC -- perfect for all horses and especially those that need to be on a low sugar/low starch feeding regimen.

Chock Full'a Chia Biscuits - as a treat or as a convenient, tasty way to add chia to your horse's diet. High in Omega 3s, low in sugar/starch.

**  Hemp Seed Body Builder is shipped via Purolator from Canada within 4 days of your order.  Free Shipping is within the continental U.S and Western Canada.  Shipping to Alaska, Hawaii or Eastern Canada will be charged separately (sorry, no international orders except for Canada). Please email  or call 214-257-0505 for exact shipping charges. 


If you would prefer to order by Phone, FAX, or Mail, please Click Here.                                  Interested in Auto-Ship?  Click Here for the Auto Ship form! 

Return to Dr. Getty's Free Shipping Store Homepage                                 Visit Getty Equine Nutrition Homepage                                    Contact Information                          Feed Your Horse Like A Horse                     Spotlight on Equine Nutrition Series