Kudzu Twists & Kurl
By Flopper's Garden.
NEW Size! 3 Long Twists and 1 Curl. An original tasty product made from Kudzu Vine grown in USA! A healthy chew treat toy!
Never heard of it?
Kudzu is on the list of safe foods for bunnies and seems to be a real chew toy hit.
This is a wonderful opportunity to offer a wider variety of plant materials for bunnies for the deeper nutrition and wellness benefits, along with different chewing textures; great for healthy teeth!
What is Kudzu? It is a vine, native to Asia. But has been grown in the U.S. since the late 1876. It has a long tradition of use as an herbal remedy in traditional Chinese medicine, (considered one of the 50 fundamental herbs), and as a high quality forage for livestock. Most bunnies love the woody dried vines/twigs which is what is used in making the Kudzu Twist & Kurl product.
Our buns do the twist for these kurls
From Alexander Ortiz of Saint Paul, Minnesota on 9/18/2016.
Our buns LOVED these Kudzu twist and Kurls. They nomed them up by the next day. ( Under supervision ) :)
From Kamila Sandoval of Columbia, Missouri on 9/14/2016.
Definitely will be ordering again. I love that it comes in a pack and you can spread out when you give it. My two bunnies loved it (lionhead and a Californian)
BEST TREAT EVER!
From Darlene Burke of fort myers, Florida on 7/6/2016.
Perfect treat that takes a longer "time out" for your bunnies to enjoy!
My bunnies love this!
From Loves minilops of Albuquerque, New Mexico on 6/27/2016.
My minilop & rescued rabbit love chewing on these!
From Anonymous of Chicago , Illinois on 5/28/2016.
I got this for my young bunny who needs to eat more hay for her digestion. She loves it and eats it quickly.
OM NOM NOM
From Corey M of San Francisco, California on 5/26/2016.
Man, I have never seen my rabbit go crazy for anything like she does for these! She grabs them from me and eats a twist or a kurl all in one sitting if I let her! Thanks!
Bunny and cat love it
From Anonymous of Mountville, Pennsylvania on 5/11/2016.
Our bunny loves these but so does the cat. The cat grabs them from her and runs off to eat them if we aren't careful.
From Laura Wright of Milwaukee, Wisconsin on 2/23/2016.
Sir Floppity loves these little bits. He grabs them and runs off to much them down.
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