|Spastic_Dove ||12-10-2008 10:59 AM |
Thank you for posting this =)
|Peggysue ||12-10-2008 03:27 PM |
There is so much confusion with beet pulp and I know before I started using it I did alot of digging ... thought this would be a good start for most people
the biggest gigrle I get is the expanding in the stomach myth ... when in reality as the horse chews it starts the BREAKDOWN process with digestive juices which prevents the blow up theroy
|Spastic_Dove ||12-10-2008 07:00 PM |
I used to think this.
Then I read a really good article about it. Wish I could find it..
|BeauReba ||12-10-2008 07:21 PM |
Great article! No one believes me when I say it doesn't have to be soaked... but maybe if they read this they will!
|Peggysue ||12-10-2008 07:29 PM |
there is tons of stuff out there disapproving the myths of beet pulp this one was just the first one I found when I searched :)
|minihorse927 ||12-11-2008 12:44 AM |
kinda OT but also read the squirrel story on their too, it is hilarious. It is also great artivle about beet pulp
|QtrHorse ||12-11-2008 04:18 AM |
Thanks for posting the article.
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