• Helps the integrity of the horse or pony’s natural defense and structural mechanisms • Supports the processes that are involved in the inflammation cycle of horses and ponies • Promotes well-being and general health • Can be fed safely to laminitics
Indonesian turmeric powder, available in 500g and 1kg
✅ Minimum 5.1% curcumin. ✅ Non-irradiated, steam treated ✅ Gluten Free ✅ Non GM ✅ No Fillers or Bulking
WHAT IS IT?
Fibre-Beet is a conditioning feed with a carefully formulated combination of Speedi-Beet, alfalfa and oat fibre supplemented with biotin, sodium and calcium.
You've got all the benefits of Speedi-Beet with its high level of easily digested soluble fibre for slow energy release, along with low starch and sugar.
The alfalfa provides quality protein containing essential amino acids for muscle tone and function and the oat fibre provides a complementary nutrient profile. Fibre-Beet is designed to be fed wet which is the most natural way to feed your horse.
Fibre-Beet can be fed in larger quantities than Speedi-Beet and so is a superb conditioning feed and is ideal for those needing or preferring to control starch intake. In fact, if your horse is in light work, Fibre-Beet, and a balancer, plus a good forage are all he needs for a fully balanced diet.
A QUICK SOAK 10 MINUTE BEET – The Original and the Best!
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.
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. Feed it 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 to a working horse for energy.