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Ask the Nutritionist: Dr. Getty's Forum for Equine Nutrition

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Here you will find more than 6 years of questions and my answers. It is searchable and offers a great deal of information. 

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 Dr. Getty 


Ask the Nutritionist: Dr. Getty's Forum for Equine Nutrition
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Receipes for horse treats

Is there a reciepe book available for making homemade treats for my two boys. And what foods can i put into homemade treats.

Where are you from? Dingo Queensland

How did you locate this forum? searchiing the net

Re: Receipes for horse treats

Hi Sue,

I really don't know of a recipe book. I suppose you could do some searching on line. But, a good horse treat would contain some alfalfa pellets that are moistened, some oats, perhaps some ground carrots -- those types of things.

I have a wonderful horse treat on my website for the holidays -- you may be able to save yourself some work! Just go to my homepage -- and you'll see the link. They're called Galloping Gourmet Elite Horse Treats.

All the best,

Dr. Getty