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Alfa – Beet - Dengie - 20 Kg

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A high-fibre, low sugar and starch, conditioning mash. Ideal for aiding hydration, for extra condition or energy for work or for older horses and ponies who struggle to chew longer length fibre. Add water and it’s ready in 15 minutes.
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Alfa – Beet de Dengie 20 Kg
Alfa – Beet de Dengie 20 Kg
Description

 A high-fibre, low sugar and starch, conditioning mash. Ideal for aiding hydration, for extra condition or energy for work or for older horses and ponies who struggle to chew longer length fibre. Approved by the Laminitis Trust. 

Add water and Alfa-Beet is ready in 15 minutes.

Fibre Concentrate

The combination of alfalfa and unmolassed sugar beet pulp provides 'slow releasing' energy in the form of highly digestible fibre. Alfa-Beet is therefore ideal for weight gain without over-exuberance.

Veterans

Alfa-Beet is ideal for older horses and ponies, where the provision of good quality protein is important and where maintaining condition is often a struggle. Dental problems? - no problem! Alfa-Beet is soaked to produce an easily digestible mash.

Low Sugar

Alfalfa is naturally low in sugar (water soluble carbohydrates) and Alfa-Beet contains only a quarter of the water-soluble carbohydrates found in conventional molassed sugar beet. Fed with Dengie Hi-Fi Lite, Alfa-Beet is ideal for those horses and ponies, which require a lower sugar diet. A

Nutritional analysis

Digestible Energy

10.5MJ/kg

Protein

14

Oil

3

Ash (mineral)

10

Fibre

32

Naturally Occurring Sugard

5

Starch

2

Ingredients: Alfalfa, unmolassed sugar beet.

 

Feeding directions:

How to soak Alfa-Beet: Short Soak Time - Hot Soak in 15 mins!

Alfa-Beet is easy to use as it soaks to a mash much more quickly than conventional sugar beet pellets.

When soaking in hot water it is ready in 15 mins, alternatively in cold water it takes 2 hours or can be left through the day or night to soak – whichever is more convenient!

For soaking, we recommend three parts water to one part Alfa-Beet.

One large Stubbs scoop of dry Alfa Beet pellets = 1.6Kg

One large Stubbs scoop of soaked Alfa-Beet holds 0.5kg of dry matter if soaked at a 3 parts water to 1 par Alfa-Beet ratio.

Horse or Pony

Aprox weight

Bucket feed(kg/day)

Partial Hay replacer(Kg/day dry weight)

Small Pony (ej: Welsh Pony, Exmoor)

200kg

0.25 kg

1 kg

Medium Pony (ej: Fell)

300kg

0.5 kg

1.25 kg

Large Pony 

400kg

0.75 kg

1.5 kg

Small horse

450kg

1 kg

1.75 kg

Medium horse

550 kg

1.23 kg

2 kg

Large horse

650 kg

1.5 kg

2.25 kg

Dengie are approved under the BETA NOPS scheme which means we are recognized as having taken action to reduce the risk of contamination with substances that contravene the rules of racing and FEI competitions. This is a company scheme and so all Dengie products have to meet this standard.

 

ANTIDOPING GUARANTEE CLARIFICATION

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This product is considered appropriate for horses competing under the rules of FEI, RFHE and Jockey Club

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Feed Safety & Quality

Ensuring quality, safety and sustainability
Everyone at Dengie is proud of our connection with the land and we are always mindful that we need to grow our crops as sympathetically as possible both for the benefit of our customers and to ensure the future sustainability of what we do. Our farmers are family farmers and they want to ensure there is a viable future for generations to come.

A Commitment to Quality

There are a number of organisations that Dengie are accredited with as part of our commitment to quality:

Feed Assurance Schemes

UFAS and FEMAS are voluntary schemes developed in response to demand for improved feed and food safety. Approval under the schemes provides independent verification that a company is meeting its legal obligations under general feed law. Dengie are approved under both UFAS and FEMAS as we grow and produce our own raw material.

The schemes are based on HACCP principles, an internationally recognized system of hazard analysis pioneered by space agency NASA. Over recent years HACCP has become a central requirement of Food and Feed safety legislation.

BETA NOPS

In 2009 the British Equestrian Trade Association introduced a code of practice relating to naturally occurring prohibited substances (NOPS). The aim of the code of practice is to identify those manufacturers who demonstrate due diligence in reducing the risk of contamination with NOPS. Due to the nature of some NOPS it is no longer possible to offer a guarantee that a product is free from them. Those companies that do are unlikely to be fully aware of the potential risks of contamination. Dengie are approved under the NOPS scheme. If you require more information about NOPS then please contact us on 01621841188 or send us an e-mail.

Use of GM Materials

No GM raw materials are used in our feeds and so they are suitable for feeding to horses kept on organic holdings or for those supplying muck to organic holdings. If you require a letter or statement to this effect for the Soil Association inspection please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 01621 841188.