Sweet Potato Treats for Horses

Springtime

Sweet Potato Treats for Horses

Horse Treats

Natural slices of 100% sweet potato, slow-dried for a flavorful, crispy bite! A source of dietary fiber and healthy antioxidants.

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Sweet Treats for you favorite horse!

  • 3 lb (approx. 420 treats)
  • $0.14/treat
  • Qty
  • $57.00
  • 10 lb (approx. 1,400 treats)
  • $0.13/treat
  • Qty
  • $179.50
Packaged by weight - pieces will vary in size.
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PRODUCT SUMMARY

Horses love the delicious taste of Springtime's Sweet Potato Treats. Slowly oven-dried for peak nutrition, Sweet Potato Treats are rich in dietary fiber and healthy antioxidants, including carotenoids and vitamin A.

In South America, sweet potato has been valued for its health benefits for thousands of years. Sweet potato (which is different than the white potato) helps maintain health and longevity with its abundant nutrients, such as vitamins A and C, vitamin B6, magnesium, iron, potassium, calcium, and copper.

• Healthy sweet potato treat
• Slow-dried for best flavor
• High in dietary fiber & antioxidants
• Single ingredient - nothing added
• 100% digestible
• Sourced & made in the USA

Directions: Store in a cool, dry place.

Ingredients: 100% sweet potato.

Sweet Potato vs. White Potato

It is important to note that sweet potatoes are different and not related to white potatoes.
Regular white potatoes are part of the Solanaceae, or Nightshade family, while sweet potatoes are a part of the Convolvulaceae family (the Morning Glory is a plant cousin).

For a horses, dogs, or even a person with digestion difficulties, white potatoes contain possible gut irritants such as alkaloids and leptin and should be avoided. Sweet potatoes, on the other hand, can help regulate and soothe the digestive tract as it contains almost twice as much fiber as white potatoes.

Sweet potatoes are also much lower on the glycemic index, and some studies show that they may help modulate insulin metabolism.