Fibre-Beet — the quick-soaking conditioning feed
Fibre-Beet recognizes the fact that horses evolved principally to eat grass which contains 80 to 90%
water. Fibre-Beet is designed to be fed as a wet feed (liquid diet) which is the most natural way to feed
your horse. By combining Alfalfa and Speedi-Beet together into one easy to use unique lozenge shape,
Fibre-Beet offers an excellent source of highly digestible fibre in a liquid form and provides your horse
with slow release energy without fizz.
Its key benefits are:
• The natural Super-Fibre liquid diet
• Formulated using all the benefits of Speedi-Beet incorporated with good quality Alfalfa
• High fibre feed promoting a natural Trickle feeding regime
• High quality forage fibre, providing Slow Releasing Energy
• A unique pelleted lozenge that Rapidly Absorbs Water
• Ideal Soft Feed for recovering or veteran horses and ponies with poor teeth
• Quick and convenient to use - No Waste
• Improved Nutrient Availability. A unique process allows release of nutrients prior to hind gut fermentation
• Ideal fibre source for horses and ponies prone to Laminitis
• Very palatable especially for Fussy Feeders
• Added Biotin for maintaining hoof integrity
Preparing Fibre-Beet couldn't be easier. Simply mix 3 parts of water to 1 part of Fibre-Beet by weight. Leave to soak for 45 minutes using cold water or 15 minutes using hot water (fantastic in the winter to warm your horse!).
Once Fibre-Beet has been soaked it can be fed straight away or it can be left for up to 24 hours in a cool environment, enabling you to still prepare in advance if you wish.
Fibre-Beet® is produced by Masham Micronized Feeds, Europe's leading manufacturer of micronized feeds.
The Laminitis Trust, the country's leading charity for research into laminitis has awarded the prestigious official feed seal of approval to Fibre-Beet®.
Fibre-Beet 44 lb. sack
Fibre-Beet® is produced by BRITISH HORSE FEEDS, Europe's leading manufacturer of micronized feeds.
•For technical information on Fibre-Beet please visit their website at www.britishhorsefeeds.com