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Meadow Mints Treats

Meadow Mints Treats

  • Delicious, natural, multi-grain biscuits
  • Oven baked with natural peppermint oil
  • Bite size pieces fit perfectly in your pocket
  • Free of artificial coloring, flavoring and preservatives
  • Great for a reward or training aid
  • 1.75 lb. bag
  • Made in the USA
 
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Item Availability Quantity Price

1.75 lbs.

#07803
in stock
$7.39


Description:
Ginger Ridge Treats are delicious, natural, multi-grain biscuits made especially for horses and ponies. Our treats are oven baked using only the finest natural ingredients, and are FREE of artificial colorings, flavorings, and preservatives! Naturally flavored with fresh peppermint oil, these treats are cool, crunchy, and delicious! In a shape reminiscent of old fashioned dinner mints, these multicolored treats are oven baked into perfectly bite sized pieces.


Dosage:
Simply place a few treats in your horse's grain bucket or on top of his hay. Ginger Ridge Treats can also be offered by hand as a reward.

 

Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein, Min. ......................................... 8.5 %
Crude Fat, Min. ................................................. 6.0 %
Crude Fiber, Max. ............................................. 12.0 %
Moisture, Max..................................................... 14.0 %

 

Ingredients:
Whole Wheat Flour, Oatmeal, Corn, Germ Meal, Beet Molasses, Vegetable Oil, Salt, Carrots, Luzerne Hay, and Peppermint Oil.
 

Precautions:
Do not feed any product that is spoiled, moldy, rodent or insect infested, or abnormal in appearance or order, as may cause illness or death.

Storage/How Supplied:
Store in a cool, dry, rodent or insect free space. Reseal after every use for freshness.
Net Weight 1.75 lbs

Important:
Consult your veterinarian if any reaction occurs.

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GingerridgeMeadow Mints Treats
 
5.0

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

Love these cookies!

By Lani

from Livermore, CA

Verified Buyer

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      Best Uses

        Comments about Gingerridge Meadow Mints Treats:

        My horse loves these treats as do all of his neighbors :) I love how they smell. They smell so good, I almost want to eat one!LOL!!

        • Was this a gift?:
        • No
         
        5.0

        loveum

        By ponies

        from New Mexico

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Great tasting

        Cons

        • none

        Best Uses

        • Anytime treat

        Comments about Gingerridge Meadow Mints Treats:

        the horses took one sniff of these cookies and couldn't get enough of them. They are small enough to put in your pocket but be careful the horses will search you until they find the treat.

        • Was this a gift?:
        • No
         
        5.0

        Excellent Horse Treats!

        By Bella Cheval

        from Charleston, WV

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Delicious smelling
        • Easy to carry
        • Yummy flavors

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Gifts
          • Training
          • TREATS

          Comments about Gingerridge Meadow Mints Treats:

          My horses love these treats. Even the picky eaters in the barn will eat them with no hesitation. They last forever, are a good size to keep in your pockets for training rewards, and smell lovely.

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