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I have been buying these for a few months. I put one block in my horse's bucket of senior every morning and night. He wouldn't eat them as a treat, but gobbles them up in the Senior mixture. I add a little warm water too. His coat looks great.
I can't comment on how well these work because they are rather large and my full size horse just spit them out. They are like mini buns and very dry. Maybe I can smash them and add a little water?
I have been giving 1/2 a treat to my minis per day after asking the company the dosage for a mini. They love them and coats and mane and tail are much shinier after a month. I started right before shedding season to help them grow in nice new coats, and it seems to be going well, but hard to compare. The bag is terrible, and they are hard when they dry out, so I recommend putting them in a sealed container after opening. Mine had no issues eating them even dried hard, but they are super hard to cut if dried out. They do contain sugar, so watch out for that if you have a sensitive horse. Mine are not sensitive and get sugar free feed and treats and grass hay anyway, so this small amount is ok with me.
They can have the best nutrition but doesn’t mean a thing if they get spat out immediately. And this guy lives for food. Chewy has kindly reimbursed me for disliked food in the past but I’ll just eat this cost this time around. Definitely buy the smaller bag if trying for the first time.