Low Sugar Horse Treats
Crunchits horse treats are a complementary feed for horses & ponies. Naturally healthy, low sugar, bite-sized horse treats providing a wonderful variety of flavours, texture and aromas that horses and ponies love.
Made with strawberry, beetroot, parsnip, carrot, banana, pea and spinach, crunchits can be fed daily as a tasty treat or reward.
Suitable for all horses and ponies, including those prone to laminitis. Crunchits horse treats are manufactured under the BETA NOPS scheme.
- Molasses free
- Adds variety, flavour and crunch
- Natural fruit & veg flavours
- Great value horse treat
- Suitable for horses and ponies prone to laminitis
- manufactured under the BETA NOPS scheme
To be fed as a treat as required, dividing the daily amount into two servings. Suggested quantities: 250kg pony – 10 crunchits per day, 500kg horse – 20 crunchits per day
Analytical Constituents:Crude Protein 7.5%; Crude Fibre 1.0%; Crude Oils & Fats 1.25%; Crude Ash 1.0%; Sodium 0.01%; Sugar 2.0%.
Additives: Natural antioxidants.
Composition: Wheat Flour, Beetroot, Pea Flour, Carrots, Bananas, Peas, Spinach, Parsnips (5.3% total vegetables), Turmeric, Strawberries, Blackcurrant, Pomegranate (0.45% total fruit), Rosemary, Oregano.
How many can I feed per day?
Feeding Guidelines:To be fed as a treat as required, dividing the daily amount into two servings. Suggested quantities: 250kg pony – 10 crunchits per day, 500kg horse – 20 crunchits per day
My pony is prone to laminitis, are crunchits safe to feed to him?
Yes, due to the low sugar content, crunchits are suitable for all horses & ponies, including those prone to laminitis
Can crunchits be fed to competition horses?
Yes, crunchits are manufactured under the BETA NOPS guidelines so safe to feed to competition horses and ponies.
What are antioxidants and why are they good for my horse?
They are free radicals within the body that help to prevent cell damage and by helping the body to fight off diseases by boosting the immune system. They are vital for Horses in moderate to heavy work; Older horses; Growing horses; Ill or injured horses or horses with allergies.