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Re: [RC] Beet Pulp - Truman Prevatt

Depending on the amount of rain and season up to 80% moisture. That moisture is also highly concentrated in sugar content - particularly fresh early grass. Just ask the vets that treat grass founder. Many grasses - depending on the stage of the growth are in the process of producing seed heads - and the seed heads are pure starch.

So grass is a lot of things - that a) hay is not and b) beet pulp is not. At a ride if there is grass, my horse ignoring all other things to eat grass does my heart good.


Sisu West Ranch wrote:
"....Of course if you have grass around you don't need to worry. ..."

Grass is great. And if I remember correctly is mostly water by weight.

Ed & Wendy Hauser
2994 Mittower Road
Victor, MT 59875

(406) 642-9640



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