Spring Feeding with Speedi-Beet & Fibre-Beet

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SB and FB 300x296 - Spring Feeding with Speedi-Beet & Fibre-BeetSpeedi-Beet is a highly nutritious micronized (cooked) beet pulp feed which provides an excellent source of digestible fibre and is ideal for equines prone to laminitis as part of a balanced diet.

Due to its unique manufacturing process, Speedi-Beet can be soaked and ready to use in just 10 minutes and is extremely palatable. It is also starch free and unmolassed, making it up to 95% sugar free.  Feeding Speedi-Beet before turnout can help stabilise the ingestion of sugars present in spring grass.

Speedi-Beet is also extremely versatile. It can be fed in small amounts to overweight horses as a carrier for a multivitamin and mineral supplement or in larger quantities to a poor doer for weight gain, or working and competition horses that need extra energy.

Fibre-Beet is a formulated blend containing all the benefits of Speedi-Beet with added high quality Alfalfa for optimum condition and to provide quality protein for muscle tone and function. Alfalfa can also help with topline or simply help maintain weight and a healthy, shiny coat.

Like Speedi-Beet, Fibre-Beet can also be fed to horse and ponies prone to laminitis as part of a balanced diet.

RRP for Speedi-Beet is around £12.50 – £13.50.   RRP for Fibre-Beet is around £13.50 -£14.50.

For more information on these products contact British Horse Feeds on 01765 680300 or visit www.britishhorsefeeds.com.

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