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. So when should I feed Fibre-Beet?….. to replace forage – If you’ve got a shortage of good quality forage, Fibre-Beet is the answer. Fibre-Beet can be fed at up to 1kg dry product per 100kg body weight, fed throughout the course of the day. Due to its unique formulation, when broken down in the horse’s gut it produces the same proportion of beneficial volatile fatty acids as good quality grass, but with lower levels of lactic acid. So it’s good for horses and ponies prone to laminitis and is Laminitis Trust approved. for top line – 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, a balancer like Baileys Lo-Cal, plus a good forage are all he needs for a fully balanced diet. for veterans – Designed to be fed wet, it’s the perfect soft feed for older horses with poor teeth and helps put condition on them too!