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Beetroot - a real alternative to apple, banana and co?

Tanja Dietz


1 Min. Lesezeit

Have you ever fed your horse beetroot? No? Then here are some good reasons why you should try beetroot with your horse. 

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Superfood for horses


Beetroot used to be on the menu of draft and work horses almost every day - and for good reason, because beetroot is a true multi-talent! Beetroot is excellent as a reward in between meals or as a supplement to meals.


They are rich in vitamins, minerals and fibre. Beetroot strengthens the immune system and supports the metabolism. In addition, it decays the body and has a blood-forming and anti-inflammatory effect. They also contain less sugar than apples or bananas, for example, and are low in acid.


If your horse is a little picky and does not like fresh beetroot, you can also feed it as chips - the acceptance is often higher.

Equine 74 Gastric

The long-term solution

Buffers the excess acid in the horse's stomach instead of blocking it.

Equine 74 Stomach Calm Relax

In case of acute stress

Supports the nervous horse stomach in stressful situations.