Originally Posted by JustWingIt
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I've heard that horse love beet pulp and it can be used to hide undesirable supplements and meds
Is that true?
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I actually differ slightly in opinion from Speed Racer's answer. My horses have loved their beet pulp from day one, and I know many other horses that also enjoy it. I don't know that I'd label the supplements that I've added as undesirable, but it sure is easy to feed anything I want in my horse's beet pulp and rest assured they got it in them. Granted, anything that has a distinct taste would probably steer them away from the beet pulp since they love the beet pulp itself, but I put things like powders and other dry supplements into the beet pulp and they eat it just fine, while they probably wouldn't eat it on its own because it just simply isn't interesting. Plus, with the amount of beet pulp I feed, that little scoop of minerals is spread out quite a bit throughout the beet pulp, so there's really only a tiny bit in each bite.