What's inside Kelcie's Horse Treats?
Kelcie’s Pumpkin Spice Horse Treats are naturally low in sugar, starch and carbohydrates. Not only are our natural horse treats delicious, but each batch of our original recipe is also specially crafted using locally sourced, 100% natural ingredients.
Kelcie’s are the perfect beneficial treat for horses with Cushing’s PLUS fussy eaters love them!
When fed in small quantities pumpkin can help support your horse’s digestion because it’s rich in fiber and vitamins and low in sugar.
Wheat middlings contains about 16-17% crude protein and provides a great source of energy. These parts of the wheat grain are high in protein, vitamins, and minerals, making them a valuable ingredient for horse feeds. The natural binding properties of wheat also prevent crumbling in the manufacturing process.
Wheat flour contains healthy phytochemicals, including antioxidants, which help to keep the gastrointestinal tract functioning normally, may help ward off cancer and also reduce the risk for diabetes and coronary disease.
Rice bran is a great way to add calories and fat to your horse’s diet without adding dangerous sugars and simple carbohydrates. With its high fat and low carbohydrate content, it’s easy on your horse’s digestive tract and will not subject your horse to starch overload.
Easily digestible and high in fiber, beet pulp is a great way to support your horse’s digestion. The fiber is digested into volatile fatty acids, which provides a slow release of energy for the horse to use.
Soya (Soy) Bean Meal
Soybeans, when processed and fed correctly, are a great source of protein and fat for your horse. They are also a great source of phosphorus, low in fiber, and are highly digestible.
Premium quality coconut meal can be a valuable feed for the wellness of most horses. It is used for horses that are sensitive to certain feed ingredients that cause metabolic disorders and allergic responses.
Rich in Omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids, linseed meal provides significant health benefits to all horses and those prone to Laminitis. It helps improve digestion of your horse’s skin and coat, also providing relief for skin conditions and symptoms of allergies.
Dried Cane Molasses
Molasses contains calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, potassium, selenium, and vitamin B6.
Besides being rich in trace minerals and omega fatty acids, kelp powder contains sulphated polysaccharides which have been shown to increase the growth of “good” bacteria and nourish the gut.
Soya (Soy) Bean Oil
Soya bean oil is a calorie-dense way to help your horse gain weight and condition and help develop a healthy, shiny coat.
Curcumin is the main active substance in Turmeric. It has beneficial effects on many areas of the body, joints included and acts as an antioxidant and promotes a normal response to inflammation.
Bananas are rich in potassium, fiber, magnesium, vitamin B6, vitamin C, manganese, protein and folate (B9) and helps relieve constipation, soothe the stomach (good for ulcer prone horses), soothe sore muscles and provide energy.
Salts are important nutrients and horses need dietary salts for many beneficial reasons. Electrolytes, which come from the salts we eat, play an important role because they make every cell and organ in your horse’s body work.
Horses with digestive issues benefit from pungent-flavoured seeds, such as anise. It can also help with nervous, restless behavior and provides soothing, healing, antispasmodic, astringent and anti-inflammatory properties.