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post #21 of 30 Old 03-11-2013, 12:36 PM Thread Starter
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LOL, I'm a real meanie, I buy a 25Kg bag of Golden Years Crunch, costs about $10 and use that as treats, even the dogs here love it
where would i get that from ??
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Go to your local feed store and ask what feeds they have in a cube form, I use that one because it is high protein and low sugar, like a healthy snack for us.

If it makes you feel good then make cookies, or buy cheap cookies for them, but they really don't appreciate the extra effort you put in A big sack of a nice cubed feed is the best treat store you can have.
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Go to your local feed store and ask what feeds they have in a cube form, I use that one because it is high protein and low sugar, like a healthy snack for us.

If it makes you feel good then make cookies, or buy cheap cookies for them, but they really don't appreciate the extra effort you put in A big sack of a nice cubed feed is the best treat store you can have.
lol true is the feed you said before in cube formation? So any stock store would have it?? (horse feed store)
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Here is a site that is pretty neat and has ideas. Hobby Farms, Livestock & Pets, Crops & Gardening, Home & Barn

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post #26 of 30 Old 03-11-2013, 05:29 PM
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Mine like the dumor treats at tractor supply but they are not picky at all. Cheap too, I think it's only $5 or $6 for a couple pounds.

Also, my mom has gotten into a health food craze making homemade granola and they all love to eat the leftovers. Skips LOVES natures valley granola bars, which are my dad any my favorite too. He likes the oats and honey, but doesn't get them much because they do not last long in my house.

Cereal is another treat they love, especially our goats. I did try to follow a recipe I found once with cereal for horse treats but it didn't work out well and I have since given up cooking for the horses, I don't even cook for myself!
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Mine like the dumor treats at tractor supply but they are not picky at all. Cheap too, I think it's only $5 or $6 for a couple pounds.

Also, my mom has gotten into a health food craze making homemade granola and they all love to eat the leftovers. Skips LOVES natures valley granola bars, which are my dad any my favorite too. He likes the oats and honey, but doesn't get them much because they do not last long in my house.

Cereal is another treat they love, especially our goats. I did try to follow a recipe I found once with cereal for horse treats but it didn't work out well and I have since given up cooking for the horses, I don't even cook for myself!
is pounds kilos? Oh yeh where would i get those bars from or how does your mum make them? Haahaa yeh i dont cook for myself either haha this horse should feel very lucky lol!
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When I read the title of this thread "Does anyone know good horse recipes?", I thought it was recipes for horsemeat!
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Gotta say, "Garlic Thoroughbred" made me giggle snort. Mine is garlic-y enough already!

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post #30 of 30 Old 03-12-2013, 01:08 AM Thread Starter
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Lol no Nevaa! I would never touch a poor horse (horse meat) thats so mean lol :) haha yeh that was funny but mean at the same time.. Ha and warmblood gravy :( lol
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