Nutrena® Launches “SafeChoice® September Savings”

Buy 4, Get 1 Free Promotion Runs Sept. 1 – 30, 2014

Fall is a great time to take inventory and shore up supplies.  Horse owners will have their chance to do just that during the Nutrena® SafeChoice® September Savings promotion. 

Consumers who buy four bags of Nutrena® SafeChoice® Senior or Nutrena® SafeChoice® Maintenance feed during one visit to a participating retailer will receive one bag of the same item free. The promotion runs Sept. 1 – 30, 2014. No coupon is necessary unless provided in-store.
SafeChoice® Senior is specifically designed for horses over 15 years old, especially those suffering from unexpected age-related weight loss, sluggishness, issues with muscle or coat quality, or difficulty chewing their hay. SafeChoice® Senior is most recommended by horse owners based on competitors’ online product reviews as of June 5, 2014.
SafeChoice® Maintenance is a proven controlled starch formula that supports healthy digestion for horses consuming a moderate calorie level.  Consumers should contact their local Nutrena® feeds dealer for participation and availability. To find a Nutrena® feeds dealer, visit Subscribe to the Nutrena® horse blog at
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