NB: Speedi-Beet is only available for local pick-up from our warehouse, 62 Corporation Ave. Bathurst NSW
Cath McDowell recommends Speedi-Beet as the base ingredient in all her therapeutic feeding regimes.
Speedi-Beet is a highly nutritious, quick soaking beet pulp feed that’s 95% sugar free with no added molasses.
Made using only the best quality single source British Beet Pulp, Speedi-Beet is subjected to our patented cooking process to produce a palatable and all-around superior beet pulp for horses.
Alongside Speed-Beet’s starch-free with a guaranteed low in sugar formulation, it’s also safe to feed to horses prone to laminitis.
Speedi-beet use only the highest quality, single source, beet pulp from dedicated sources.
This mean we can guarantee the purity, the quality and the low environmental footprint of the product.
This also means we can deliver the best and most consistent specification you can achieve.
NO toxic pressing agents used (eg Aluminium Sulphate)
NO glyphosphate used to harvest
NO GMO beet used
NO Roundup ready beet
Speedi-beet is processed within just 24 hours of being harvested, minimising any potential degradation or mould infestation, very little wastage and no chemicals.
This means you can be assured that Speedi-beet uses the very best quality UK beet pulp.
Part of what makes Speedi-Beet special is its extreme versatility.
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.
In addition, Speedi-Beet is an excellent feed for busy working horses who need an extra burst of energy.
Always measure your Speedi-Beet out dry and then soak.
It expands to hold 5x its weight of water on soaking.
Speedi-Beet can be fed at up to 0.5kg (dry weight i.e. weight before soaking) per 100kg body weight of horse.
So that means for a 500kg horse you can feed up to 2.5kg of Speedi-Beet (dry weight) each day.
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McDowell's staff Herbalists can not diagnose you or your companions disease or illness. What they can do is offer a herbal program to assist with healing, after you have had advice from your doctor or specialist. If you have unexplained pain or symptoms, seek medical advice.