Most giveaways has been for our feathered pals. But we haven’t forgotten the other animals! And what better giveaway is there for our goatie-goats than treats? Yes… if you are a goat owner, it’s almost guaranteed that you have some sort of treats stashed away for your caprine friends. How many of you are are guilty of making a run for the supermarket when your goats have run low on their favorite cookies? *Guiltily raises one hand and continues typing with with the other*

Manna Pro® Goat Treats is a fun, nutritious treat for goats. Made with real anise, delivering a licorice flavor goats can’t resist. Comes in an easy-to-feed nugget form. Train your goats to walk on a leash or obey commands with these treats!

Ingredients:
Wheat Middlings, Dehydrated Alfalfa, Meal, Soybean Hulls (10%), Hominy Feed, Sunflower Meal, Cane Molasses, Dried Whey, Corn, Feeding Oatmeal, Linseed Meal, Ammonium Chloride, Calcium Carbonate, Salt, Sulfur, Iron Oxide, Ferrous Carbonate, Ferrous Sulfate, Copper Sulfate, Manganous Oxide, Manganese Sulfate, Zinc Oxide, Zinc Sulfate, Cobalt Carbonate, Calcium Iodate, Sodium Selenite, Vitamin A Supplement, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Vitamin E Supplement, Anise Oil, Calcium Propionate (A Preservative).

Feeding instructions:
Manna Pro® Goat Treats are designed to provide a nutritional treat or reward for goats. Goat Treats will not imbalance the normal ration. DO NOT over feed or offer free choice. Reminder: Feed is perishable. Store this product in a cool, dry area away from insects and rodents.

HOW TO ENTER THE GIVEAWAY

What’s your goat’s favorite treat? Have you ever shopped in a supermarket and found yourself examining a product while thinking: “hmmm….I think the goats will like this?

Comment in the form below to enter.

NOTE: If you repost this giveaway via twitter or facebook or write about it on your blog – or anywhere online – you may add an additional comment or comments for each time you shared the link for additional chances to win! (just make sure to share the url address in the comments box).

This giveaway will end on 11/31/2010 at 12 PM PST. Open to all persons in the United States of America, even contributing authors of this blog.

Winners will be chosen by random.org and will be e-mailed. The winner has 48 hrs. to respond to e-mail or another winner will be chosen. Winners will be announced via a blog post.

WINNER!  COMMENTER #1 Veronica V  !

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Jordanne grew up as a farm girl living in the most unlikely of places -- the concrete jungle sprawl of Los Angeles. She lives on the Urban Homestead where she shares her life with a wacky and always entertaining menagerie of goats, ducks, chickens, cats, bees, and stray animals that land up on her porch. Her passions are the natural and sustainable care of animals and her knowledge lies in successfully integrating "farm" animals into the city lifestyle. Jordanne also contributes to her family's blog called Little Homestead in the City -- chronicling this bizarre, beautiful, and often hilarious journey they're on.

13 COMMENTS

  1. While I don’t spend too much time at the store thinking that, while i am gardening or reading seed catalogs I do think that. I’m going to plant red mangels for my chickens too. Gardening for goats, there’s a post for you.

  2. My guys like corn chips. Makes sense since there is corn in their grain. So when I’m in the store I stop and think (and usually purchase) some corn chips for my goats.

  3. I have never thought of feeding treats to my goats…I know Thelma and Louise do not like carrots or apples so I was thinking about looking around for some tin cans, but if I can buy some treats in the store that would be fantastic!!!

  4. Theodore and Eleanore request a chance to try these delicious goat treats! My daughter has been wanting to start training Ted and these would probable get him to do anything 🙂 thanks for another give-away!!!!!

  5. Scape and Tee enjoyed headbutting the old mirror they found in the woodshed (we moved in 6 months ago)…. that was a great treat for them until i confiscated it. We’ve only had them on our land for 3 months, so it’s an ongoing education, including this post above. Apricots would be their treat from the supermarket judging by their appetite for them when fallen fruit on our land.

  6. My goat Casper loves baby carrots, but Delilah won’t touch them. She like corn chips. They both like an occasional peanut. i’ve looked at the horse treats before thinking my goats would probably enjoy them. thanks for the chance!

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  7. Gidget and Peanut, our Nubians, love bananas skin and all! I’m sure they’d love these, too. Thanks for the giveaway!

  8. I garden for the goats too, not much grocery shopping. Their most favorite treats are beets, collard greens and soybeans. I am hard pressed, however, to dig anything out of the garden that they won’t eat.

  9. We have a small flock of Pygora goats out here in central Montana, altitude 7000 ft! They are very affectionate, fuzzy friends who have two horses and Highland cows to keep them company in the pasture. The horses even allow them to climb on top of them when they are lying down! Our babies do love to get treats. Anise is a favorite flavor, but they like apples a lot, too. Also, sunflower seeds and a saltine cracker now and then! Reading these posts, I now have a few more ideas and can’t wait to try the beets!

  10. I had some horse treats that my goats loved, especially the apple flavor. Pippin, our wether, has decided he likes pumpkins, and this time of year is a great time to find people willing to get rid of a jacko’lantern or two. Nice thing is he shares with the chickens because they like ’em too!

  11. I use the herbal wormer system from Molly’s Herbals (Fias Co Farm). I make the weekly herbal balls using peanut butter & molasses. Not only is it a tasty treat for my girls, it is beneficial. They know when Wed. comes around they get their treat. (They don’t know it’s good for them!)

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