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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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The PULP2VALUE makes available a mild and environmentally friendly biorefinery process for beet pulp compared to other biobased and fossil products.
The bioplastic is manufactured from both sugar beet pulp and a biodegradable polymer called polylactic acid, or PLA, using a twin screw extruder.
Feed ingredients included beet pulp (pelleted), grass seed screenings (pelleted), canola meal, rapeseed, cottonseed (whole), corn distillers' grains, and soybean meal.
Some of the beet pulp and tailings were distributed to local cattle operations as livestock feed and may have been fed to cattle.
Control, without moisture adjustment (PPC); adjusted with wheat bran to two moisture levels (PPWB 1 and PPWB 2); adjusted with dried beet pulp to two moisture levels (PPBP 1 and PPBP 2); and adjusted with wheat straw to two moisture levels (PPWS 1 and PPWS 2).
Hamsters are burrowing animals by nature and like a deep layer of bedding (wood shavings, beet pulp, ground corn cob, etc).
I feed my bucks a high fiber diet--pasture or browse when available, quality grass hay and beet pulp in the winter.
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Liu's examination of sugar beet pulp showed its potential as an alternative to mineral-based fillers now used.
Plant-based litters are made from materials such as corn, corncobs, cornhusks, wheat by-products, wheat grass and beet pulp.
Most commercial pectin is extracted from citrus peels, but sugar beet pulp is an untapped source with great profit potential.