Trident Sugar Beet Pellets 25Kg
Available For Free Local Delivery Only & In Store
Trident sugar beet pellets have been a long time customer favourite, such a versatile feed perfect for so many purposes across a wide range of animals. They are great for bulking out expensive specialised horse feeds and also great for encouraging animals to eat less palatable ingredients such as wormers or other medicines.
These sugar beet pellets provide high levels of non-starch digestible fibre energy which allows energy intakes to be increased without increasing the risk of acidosis associated with cereal feeding. This fibre energy is great for slow release throughout the day and the palatability of the feed means that your animals will enjoy eating it.
For cattle, it is a key component in highly digestible-fibre mixes and beef/dairy high performance feeds, providing a great base for you to add other ingredients.
Sugar Beet Pellets are the dried remains of the root crop sugar beet, once the sugar has been extracted. The beauty of the way animals digest sugar beet is that the sugar portion of the feed is rapidly digested providing a burst of instant energy but at a low and constant enough level to keep the animal warm rather than produce fizz. The fibre portion of the feed is then slowly digested which promotes satiety and stamina.
Trident sugar beet pellets are made using British sugar beet and are also available as shreds rather than pellets which can be fed easier and softer. All dry sugar beet feed requires soaking for a minimum of 24 hours before feeding to horses or ponies
Suitable for Horses, Dairy, Beef, Young Stock, Sheep & Goats
- Rich in sodium, potassium and calcium.
- Ideal for mixing with straight cereals
- Digestible fibre
- Highly palatable
- Instant and slow release energy
Protein 10%, Oil 1.3%, NDF 32%, Starch 1%, Sugar 20%, DUP 2.9% Digestible Energy 12.5 MJ/Kg
Horse Feeding Guidelines
|Horse height (hands)||Body weight (Kg)||Dry weight to feed (Kg)|
Farm Feeding Guidelines
|Animal||Feed amount per head|
|Milking cows||up to 6Kg (typically 3Kg)|
|Dry cows||up to 2Kg|
|Replacement Heifers||up to 2Kg and up to 40% of DMI|
|Calves (to 12 weeks)||up to 1.5Kg and up to 40% of DMI|
|Growing Cattle||up to 2.5Kg and up to 40% of DMI|
|Finishing Cattle||up to 5Kg and up to 50% of DMI|
|Suckler Cows||up to 4Kg (typically 2Kg)|
|Ewes and Rams||up to 1Kg (typically 0.5Kg)|
|Hoggets and Lambs||up to 1Kg or up to 50% of DMI|