Equine supplement company proves itself as “one to watch”

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From left, Lintbells Directors John Howie, John Davies and Nigel Pittham.
From left, Lintbells Directors John Howie, John Davies and Nigel Pittham.

An equine and pet joint supplement has made The Sunday Times ‘Fast Track ones to watch’ list, comprising UK companies with the fastest growing sales over the past three years.

In making the list, Hertfordshire based equine and pet care company Lintbells, joins an impressive line-up, with previous winners including Innocent, Graze and the Carphone Warehouse.

Natural Chondroitin, sourced from Green Lipped Mussels, is the key ingredient in Lintbells Youmove Active Joint product for horses.
Natural Chondroitin, sourced from Green Lipped Mussels, is the key ingredient in Lintbells Youmove Active Joint product for horses.

Lintbells equine product range includes supplements for equine joints, hooves, and coats.

The company takes a unique approach to researching and formulating its health enhancing supplements, working with independent experts such as the Royal Veterinary College to verify the benefits. Lintbells Yumove is the only joint supplement clinically proven to work in six weeks (based on VetTrak Sales Data, December 2015), and is now the fastest growing joint supplement in the UK. Yumega Plus is the No.1 veterinary skin supplement in the UK.

Lintbells have used the same formulations in their Equine range under the Yumove Joint and Yumega Skin and Coat brands.

Lintbells co-founder John Howie said: “We have worked extremely hard to establish our position in both the pet and equine markets. Now, with a host of five-star owner reviews, it’s clear that the validation of our products by scientists is being observed in real-life situations, worldwide. Given that Lintbells was only established in 2006, making the ‘ones to watch’ list a fantastic achievement for the company.”

Based in Weston in Hertfordshire, Lintbells researches, formulates and sells innovative supplements for dogs, cats and horses. Key focus areas include skin and coat condition, digestive health and joint care.

Lintbells was established in 2006 by John Howie and John Davies. It has a strong focus on scientific validation of its products, working with experts such as the Royal Veterinary College and New Zealand’s Marlborough Research Centre.

By 2014 the company had sold its products to pet owners in more than 15 countries, and generated sales of £4.6m, with more than 60% growth forecast.

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