New product launch: Eco Treatsies - Silvermoor

Economical and eco-friendly treats added to the Silvermoor Treatsies range

Eco Treatsies is the latest product offering to be launched by Silvermoor Ltd, a leading equestrian brand and manufacturer based in Northumberland. The economical for the pocket and eco-friendly paper packaged grass treats are not only delicious, but are low sugar, low starch, and high fibre, so are a nutritious and healthy treat for horses and ponies as well as lamas, alpacas and donkeys.

Made up of 100% homegrown grass from Silvermoor’s farm the grass is then high temperature dried with Silvermoor’s sustainable biomass heat source to lock in nutrients and the natural bright green colour. It is then pelletised and packaged in their fully recyclable paper packaging on-site by the team at Silvermoor’s production facilities in Northumberland. Not only does this guarantee a consistent, delicious product and ensures quality, but it also minimises the carbon footprint.

Silvermoor products give you peace of mind that you are making a natural, healthy choice for your four-legged friend. In addition to this you know you are making a kind choice for the planet by choosing a product in recyclable paper packaging.

Eco Treatsies have an RRP of £3.26 for a 1kg bag and are the latest addition to the popular Treatsies range at Silvermoor which comprises of Calming Chamomile, Brilliant Beetroot, Tremendous Turmeric and Minty Unicorn flavourings.

Managing Director, Ralph Thompson, commented:

“It was very important to us that the next product we produce was not only environmentally friendly but was also priced in an economical manner. With the cost of living continuing to rise we know many horse owners are feeling the pinch but want to still be able to treat their horse to a healthy snack without compromising on quality.”

Since they started the production of haylage in 2005, Silvermoor has increased its offering to the equine industry from two to 21 different products including Treatsies, Silvermoor Swingers and Grassabix. It is now a well-known equestrian brand name as well as a manufacturer of private label goods for market leading brands.