Premium Beet Pulp Pellets
Premium Beet Pulp Pellets are high density 1/4 inch pellets formed from dried sugar beet pulp. Beet Pulp is the pulp that remains after sugar has been removed from the sugar beet. A high calorie, low protein, low sugar fiber source for horses.
Horses that are underweight, performance horses, senior horses, horses that are sensitive to carbohydrates and pregnant and lactating mares
OTHER PRODUCT BENEFITS
- Minimal waste, can be accurately weighed and measured
- High calorie
- Minimal dust
- Easy to feed and store
|Crude Protein||Min 7.5%|
|Crude Fat||Min 0.5%|
|Crude Fiber||Max 21%|
Beet pulp (dried), Concentrated Separator By-Product
Concentrated Separator By-Product or CSB is a secondary molasses produced during the separation of sugar from normal sugar beet molasses.
Please visit our Product FAQ's for more information on CSB.
Standlee Beet Pulp is a high calorie fiber source for horses. Beet Pulp can be fed to mature horses at a rate of 0.05 to 0.2% of body weight/day depending on level of activity.
Calculate how much to feed your horse by simply entering your horses weight below. Calculate your horse's weight.
Follow these simple steps to determine your horse’s weight
- Measure your horse’s heart girth. Measure around the midsection, immediately behind the elbow and withers.
- Measure your horse’s body length. Measure from the point of the shoulder to the point of the buttock (tuber ischii).
- Weight Estimate Calculation:
Adult Horse: (Heart Girth x Hearth Girth x Body Length) / 330 = Bodyweight
Yearling: (Heart Girth x Hearth Girth x Body Length) / 301 = Bodyweight
Weanling: (Heart Girth x Hearth Girth x Body Length) / 208 = Bodyweight
- Gradually introduce beet pulp into the diet during a 7-10 day period.
- Beet Pulp is a dehydrated product and is recommended to be soaked (completely submerged) in water for a minimum of 15 to 30 minutes prior to feeding, or until properly softened.
- Never feed moldy or insect infested beet pulp to horses.
- Always provide free-access to fresh, clean water.
- Beet pulp should not be used as the sole source of nutrition, additional forages (i.e. hay cubes, pellets, chopped hay, and baled hay) must be fed to reach a total daily forage intake of 1.5 to 2.5% of body weight.
If you have questions, please contact the nutritionists at Standlee Premium Western Forage, or consult with your veterinarian.