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Beet pulp in pellets or shreds will do wonders. I don't bother soaking mine overnight, but I do put water in it and let the pulp absorb all the water before I feed.
I wouldn't recommend feeding sweet feed. It's like giving candy to children; tasty, but very little nutritional value.
You'll have to play with the amount since all horses are different, and what might work with one won't work with another. I feed beet pulp only in the winter, because my horses are very easy keepers and don't need it during the summer months.
They get a dry, pelleted feed and hay stretcher pellets during the summer.
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Last edited by Speed Racer; 08-24-2011 at 09:45 AM.