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.
Buns loves them!
From Anonymous of McKinney, Texas on 3/25/2017.
My buns loves these.
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.
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