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    Re: [RC] beet pulp - Susan Garlinghouse

    > her beet pulp.  I've heard nothing but good things about
    > beet pulp from ridecamp but the farrier said it has way too
    > much sugar and could be the cause of this problem.
    > What do you think?
    > Barb
    Nah.  The simple sugars are the cash crop component of the sugar beet and
    are very efficiently removed during sugar processing.  There's more "sugar"
    in a handful of corn than you'll find in a whole bagful of beet pulp.
    Susan G
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    [RC] beet pulp, Barb Reid