OKAPI blueberry cookies - 400g

OKAPI Blueberry Biscuits the very special reward for horses.

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  • OKAPI Blueberry Biscuits - 400g

    400g sufficient for approx. 2 weeks

    Blueberry cookies - light and crunchy

    Like cranberries, blueberries are one of the fruits that have increasingly become the focus of research in recent years due to their positive effects on human health. Many horses also appreciate being offered fresh or dried blueberries or like to pluck them from the bushes in the forest when out for a walk in late summer.

    Together with a broad mixture of meadow herbs and whole psyllium seeds, OKAPI blueberry cookies are a healthy and light snack that is particularly suitable for horses with metabolic problems. As the owner of a horse with EMS, insulin resistance, PSSM or similar metabolic problems, you can reward your horse with a healthy treat.

  • Composition
  • Chia, blueberries, herb and grass mixture (contains: Cocksfoot, meadow foxtail, meadow fescue, red fescue, sheep's fescue, ryegrass, woolly honey grass, ribwort plantain, pasture plantain, fencing vetch, crested wheatgrass, meadow grass, Swedish clover, red clover, white clover, common yarrow, meadow caraway, meadow chervil, true bedstraw, meadow knapweed, annual panicle, timothy, reed canary grass, defenseless grass, cinquefoil, meadow sage, red ostrich grass, horned clover, wild carrot), honey, guar, ling zhi (Ganoderma lucidum)

    Analytical constituents and contents:

    Crude protein: 12.0%, crude oils and fats: 14.0%, crude fiber: 16.9%, crude ash: 4.80%, calcium: 0.82%, phosphorus: 0.47%, sodium: 0.07%.

  • Feeding recommendation
  • Depending on the horse's basic feed and work performance, as a reward or as an alternative to concentrated feed. OKAPI Blueberry Biscuits contain only natural ingredients and are lovingly prepared by hand in our bakery. A finely chopped mixture of pasture herbs and grasses, together with chia seeds and refined with blueberries and honey, make them a healthy treat, especially for horses on a grain-free diet.

    Supplementary feed for horses
    Store in a cool, dry place.