- - Horse Goodies
|Horsegal16 ||03-03-2010 10:54 AM |
I would love if you would write down your favorite horse treat recipes to share with me. Thanks and can't wait. :)
|Speed Racer ||03-03-2010 04:35 PM |
Go to Tractor Supply and pick up a bag of Manna Pro treats.
Repeat as often as necessary! :wink:
|kevinshorses ||03-03-2010 04:58 PM |
Remove pocket knife. Cut strings on bale. Toss hay over fence. Repeat daily.
|Brighteyes ||03-03-2010 05:02 PM |
My don't measure; I just add together flour, molasses, apples, carrots, and baking soda together and make 'er up! While it's baking, I also like to baste some apple juice on it. :D
|Horsegal16 ||03-04-2010 08:37 AM |
How about some homemade, stand- in- the- kitchen and bake them type of recipes?
|Speed Racer ||03-05-2010 10:01 AM |
Sorry dear, I don't have time to bake for ME, much less the horses! :-P
|~*~anebel~*~ ||03-31-2010 03:48 PM |
I refuse to feed my horse anything containing excess sugars or starches. If he's getting home made treats, they're homemade by the produce guy at the grocery store and are usually long, skinny and orange.
The only treats I buy are the Manna Pro Nuggets. They are the only thing I've found that aren't entirely made out of "junk food" for horses.
I mostly use apples and carrots, but with my last horse I would occasionally give him a peppermint or two.
|Vidaloco ||03-31-2010 08:13 PM |
I love that I'm not the only one who doesn't bake for their horses :lol:
I have given them bites of bran muffin so I'm thinking you could just bake some of them (prepackaged ready to bake of course).
I tried once to bake a horse cookie when I was thinking there had to be something better than whats out there, but its waaaay to much work.
I give mine one or two of these every day Majesty's Animal Nutrition - Home Page
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