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beet

see betavulgaris.

beet pulp
the residue of the roots when the juice is extracted. Highly regarded as a feed supplement for extra energy in high producing cows. Called also beets.
beet tops
the foliage of the beet plant, used as green feed but has a high oxalate content.
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Replacement of high-energy grains with such other products as sugar beet pulp (SBP) is one means of reducing the use of high grains portion in diets of ruminants (Mandebvu and Galbraith, 1999).
The potential market for beet pulp is the livestock owners because beet pulp can be utilized as an additional food for ruminants and horses.
Sugar beet pulp pectin (SBPP) contains higher degree of acetylation and neutral sugar content and feruloyl group, and pool gelling property and emulsification as a result which significantly influence the usage in food process.
Agricultural Research Service researchers and colleagues have long been studying the potential of sugar beet pulp utilization.
Group 3 (BG) : Brewer's grain consisting of three treatments adjusted without absorbent (C), with dried beet pulp (BP), or wheat bran (BW).
We farmers naturally care for our animals and wildlife and I would urge farmers to keep cattle feed, such as beet pulp, in a secure building.
This derogation is already applied to beet pulp used for this purpose.
Before I retired from farming, I fed my cattle on grass, soya meal, sugar beet pulp, maize gluted meal and various other byproducts, none of them fit for human food until it was turned into meat or milk.
has joined Royal Nedalco, one of Europe's leading producers of bioethanol, and other partners in Netherland-funded research and development projects to develop technologies to produce ethanol from sugar beet pulp and wheat bran.
marketer of Minn-Dak's molasses and beet pulp, also had record sales volume and made record returns to members.
Citrus pulp, beet pulp, soy hulls, distillers' and brewers' grain byproducts, soybean meal, fruit pumice and many other feed ingredients that are of no value to man as a source of nutrition can be fed to ruminants.
The company will commercialize the process through its own manufacturing facility and intends to license the technology to major agricultural processors with applications for specific crop processing residues, including distillers, grain, sugar beet pulp, soybean meal and citrus pulp.