Red Beets -anti inflammatory

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Red Beets -anti inflammatory

Red Beets are a unique horse supplement and still not commonly known. They have been used in Germany and Europe since 2003 and unlike the more commonly known beet pulp,...

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Red Beets are a unique horse supplement and still not commonly known. They have been used in Germany and Europe since 2003 and unlike the more commonly known beet pulp, which comes from sugar beets and is the by-product of commercial sugar processing, Red Beets are made from red beets that are grown for human consumption.

They are one of the best sources of healthy nutrients and antioxidants to improve health and are an exciting new food you can add to your horse's diet.

Particularly known as an antioxidant as well as being anti-inflammatory Red Beets are great for relieving itching and skin complaints in horses. Possibly due to the natural detoxifying properties which are believed to be present, it is worth considering adding some beets to your horses feed.

The beets are easy to digest and are a good source of iron, potassium and magnesium. 

  • Powerful antioxidants (betanin, manganese, vitamin C) and full of fibre
  • Made from 100% fresh red beetroot - this is NOT Beet Pulp!
  • Dehydrated and easy to feed

 Red Beet Chips can be mixed in with the daily feed or given separately in the following quantities:

Dosage For Horses

1/8 to 1/4 cup  Small breeds and young horses
1/4 to 1/2 cup  Fully grown horses
1/2 to 3/4 cup  Breeding mares and stallions

DAILY FEEDING CHART FOR DOGS
DOG
SIZE
LBS
RED BEETS
X-Small 2-11 ½ tsp
Small 12-22 ½ -1 tsp
Medium 22-44 1 tsp - 1 tbsp
Large 44-88 1 - 2 tbsp
X-Large >88 >2 tbsp
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