Beetpulp Pellets (in bulk)

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Infobox on Beetpulp Pellets (in bulk)
Example of Beetpulp Pellets (in bulk)
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Description / Application

Beet pulp is a byproduct from the processing of sugar beet which is used as fodder for horses and other livestock. It is supplied either as dried flakes or as compressed pellets, but when fed to horses it is usually soaked in water first.

Despite being a byproduct of sugar beet processing, beet pulp itself is low in sugar and other non-structural carbohydrates, but high in energy and fiber. Among other nutrients, it contains 10 percent protein, 0.8 percent calcium and 0.5 percent phosphorus. It has no Vitamin A, so additional forage or supplementation is required to provide complete nutrition. Sometimes molasses is added to improve palatability.

See Seedcake
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