3.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

$24.99

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Uncle Jimmy’s Squeezy Buns are all natural and loaded with nutritional ingredients for your horse. Unlike similar products on the market, they are individually wrapped to preserve freshness and to eliminate mess. With competitive pricing and Uncle Jimmy’s quality guarantee, Squeezy Buns promise to be a hit among horses and horse lovers alike! 3 lbs., approximately 65 pieces

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Uncle Jimmy’s Squeezy Buns are all natural and loaded with nutritional ingredients for your horse. Unlike similar products on the market, they are individually wrapped to preserve freshness and to eliminate mess. With competitive pricing and Uncle Jimmy’s quality guarantee, Squeezy Buns promise to be a hit among horses and horse lovers alike! 3 lbs., approximately 65 pieces

Additional information

Weight4 lbs
Dimensions8.25 × 8.25 × 6.75 in
Nutritional Information

Crude Protein, Min – 9.0%, Max – 10.8%, Crude Fat – 1.8%, Crude Fiber, Min – 5.0%, Moisture Content – 17.0%

Ingredients

Ground Corn, Soybean Meal, Oats, Cane Molasses, Wheat Starch, Vegetable Oil Refinery Lipid, Silicon Dioxide, Lecithin, Phosphoric Acid, Sulfuric Acid, Propionic Acid, Sodium Benzote The ingredients ab

3 reviews for Squeezy Buns – 3 lb.

  1. gsmmsxlssg

    Muchas gracias. ?Como puedo iniciar sesion?

  2. Emily

    These are wonderful! I volunteer at a local horse rescue and bought these treats for some of the older horses and those with terrible teeth so they could be spoiled too. I love that they come individually wrapped so we can store them in the barn and not worry about them going bad since we try to save the soft treats for those who really need them. They work great for hiding pills in too when the picky horses need daily medication. We can break them up into smaller pieces, hid the pills and still have plenty left. Will be purchasing again!

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