Omega Fields Introduces NEW Low Sugar & Starch Omega-3 Horse Treat

nibblers3.5lb_lowsugar_8x10_300dpi-new_rgb Sheboygan, Wisconsin – Omega Fields, Inc. is excited to announce its newly launched Low Sugar & Starch horse treat – Omega Nibblers-Low Sugar& Starch (https://www.omegafields.com/equine-products/omega-nibblers-low-sugar-starch.html). Omega Nibblers Low Sugar & Starch is a nutritious, apple flavored, Omega-3 heart shaped treat supplement for horses in all life stages made from natural ingredients. There is 65% less sugar & starch than our original Omega Nibblers® treats and it is low in non structural carbohydrates – Sugar is 6.7% and Starch is 7.4%. “We are happy to be able to have formulated a low NSC treat for our customers and those who want to be able to treat their metabolically challenged horses”, said Omega Fields President, Sean Moriarty.


About Omega Fields

Omega Fields® mission is to offer the finest quality, most nutritious products at fair prices, and to provide outstanding customer service. Omega Fields wants its customers to have exceptional experiences with their products, staff, websites and retailers.

Omega Fields is the first manufacturer in the animal health industry to use human-grade, non-GMO stabilized ground flaxseed, rich in fiber and antioxidants, and containing the optimum ratio of the full spectrum of Omega 3, 6, and 9 Fatty Acids for equine, canine, poultry and human nutrition. The innovative use of flaxseed milled with a unique stabilization technology ensures long shelf life and superior quality for Omega Fields’ products.

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