Mrs. Pastures Horse Cookies Tub

$14.99
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SKU:
2024
UPC:
708852000352
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Our cookies are proudly made right here in the USA, so you can be confident that you’re feeding your horse quality all-natural ingredients with no preservatives. Mrs. Pastures® Cookies for Horses are made with a lot of love!

Ingredients: Oats, Wheat Bran, Cane Molasses, Rolled Barley, Fresh Apples and Water

Guaranteed Analysis:

  • Crude Protein…. Min. 11.50%
  • Crude Fat...........Min. 2.00%
  • Crude Fiber…….Max. 5.00%
  • Ash………………Max. 6.00%
  • Moisture………...Max 9.00%

Details

  • Made with All-Natural Ingredients
  • No Preservatives
  • Feed as a treat to all equine
  • Not for human consumption
  • Made in America
  • They are dehydrated so they are hard and crunchy
  • Will not fall apart in your pocket
  • Excellent shelf life

32 oz. Tub

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  • 4
    delish!

    Posted by Sarah on 29th Jun 2013

    My horses love them, just a little bit pricey for horse treats when they go equally crazy for cheapy peppermints.

  • 5
    Yummy!

    Posted by Danielle L. on 26th Jun 2013

    My horse loves these!

  • 5
    love

    Posted by madison on 26th Jun 2013

    my horse is in love with these

  • 5
    GOOD

    Posted by Unknown on 26th Jun 2013

    HORSE LIKES THESE, SMALL AND FIT IN YOUR POCKET TO REWARD AT ANY TIME

  • 5
    Great

    Posted by Danielle on 25th Jun 2013

    My horse loves these!

  • 5
    Horse's favorite

    Posted by K Smith on 25th Jun 2013

    The only manufactured treats my horse will actually eat. She's really picky.

  • 4
    Top of the line treats

    Posted by Helene on 24th Oct 2012

    My horse can't get enough of these

  • 5
    Best Treats

    Posted by Mackenzie on 12th Oct 2012

    My horse goes crazy over these treats.

  • 5
    Noms!

    Posted by Jessica Hindman on 12th Oct 2012

    Other than apples and peppermints, my gelding's favorite treats are Mrs. Pasture's Horse Cookies. I love that they're relatively healthy for him and he loves the way they taste, judging by the pathetic, 'But...where are more?' look on his face when I've given him a couple. :)