What does Speedi-Beet contain?

There’s a high proportion of soluble fibre, mostly pectins in Speedi-Beet, which means its fibre is more easily digested than that found in forage e.g. hay. This makes it a great source of non-heating slow release energy. It’s starch free and low in sugar, so safe for laminitics. Speedi-Beet is extremely versatile.

Does Speedi-Beet contain alfalfa?

All feeding stuffs contain sugars, or chains of sugars (e.g. starch). In fact, at around 5%, Speedi-Beet has lower total sugar than oat feed (13%), Grass (11%), Alfalfa (8%) and almost any other feedstuff.

What is the difference between Speedi-Beet and Fibre-beet?

What is the difference between Speedi-Beet and Fibre-Beet? ↓ Speedi Beet is unmolassed (95% sugar free) sugar beet that soaks in 10 minutes. Fibre-Beet is a combination of Speedi Beet, alfalfa, oat fibre and Biotin and takes 45 minutes to soak in cold water/15 minutes in warm water.

Is Speedi-Beet high in protein?

Speedi-Beet is a super fibre. It has high, inherent fermentability – research has shown its fermentation is greater than ordinary beet pulp – a moderate protein level and low sugar.

Does Speedi-Beet contain biotin?

It is also beneficial to laminitics due to its high fibre, low sugar content and contains Biotin to help maintain hoof integrity. Fibre-Beet can be fed to replace a proportion of forage sources such as hay and grazing.

Is Speedi-Beet good for horses with ulcers?

In summary, Pavo SpeediBeet contains a high level of pectin which helps strengthen the protective stomach lining. In combination with the capacity of absorbing large quantities of acid, Pavo SpeediBeet can help reduce the conditions in which ulcers occur.

What is the difference between sugar beet and Speedi-Beet?

Speedi-Beet is made from unmolassed British sugar beet which is micronized (a type of cooking) and then flaked. The process retains nutrients but increases the surface area to aid the rate of water absorption — hence making it a quick-soak form of sugar beet.

Is Speedi-Beet Unmolassed?

Quick-soaking low sugar beet pulp Manufactured by British Horse Feeds, Speedi-Beet is unmolassed sugar beet pulp cooked via a unique patented process to produce flakes which need a fraction of the soaking time of traditional sugar beet shreds or pellets.

What is the difference between Speedi-Beet and sugar beet?

What does Speedi-Beet do to horses?

Being starch-free, Speedi-Beet is particularly useful for those horses whose starch intake requires minimising or controlling, like those prone to laminitis or tying-up. It can also be fed as an additional fibre source to good-doers, as part of a calorie-controlled diet.

Is Speedi-Beet heating?

With a Digestible Energy content similar to that of a conditioning feed, Speedi-Beet is a useful source of non-heating calories and can be fed, alongside forage, as the sole additional calorie source, with Lo-Cal, Performance or Stud Balancer supplying those nutrients which are be lacking in a forage/fibre-only diet.

Is SPEEDI beet pulp sugar free?

A highly nutritious, quick soaking beet pulp feed, with no added molasses, Speedi-Beet is 95% sugar free. Made using only best quality British Beet Pulp, Speedi-Beet is subjected to our patented cooking process to produce a unique feed which is unlike any other HorseBeet.

What is SPEEDI beet pulp for horses?

Speedi-Beet is quick soaking beet pulp flakes for horses, 95% sugar free with no starch and will soak up to 5 times its size in water in just 10 minutes! Speedi-Beet by British Horse Feeds is made using a special patented cooking process to produce a unique feed which is unlike any other beet pulp.

How much sugar is in SPEEDI-beet?

95% sugar free, no starch. and non GMO! Speedi-Beet® is a unique combination of HIGH digestible fiber, LOW starch and sugars and INCREASED palatability and flavor created during the MICRONIZING process

What is sugar beet pulp?

Sugar beet pulp contains a high proportion of soluble fibre, mostly pectins, which means its fibre is more easily and quickly digested compared to that found in forage like hay.