Alfalfa is a great energy source when combined with the feeding of hay and grass for ruminate livestock, such as cattle, horses and sheep.
Beet pulp is the fibrous material left over from the processing of sugar beets. It is supplied as either dried flakes or compressed pellets, and when fed to horses, it should always be soaked in water first.
Citrus pulp is the solid residue that remains after fresh fruits are squeezed into juice. It's dried to a moisture content of approximately 10%. Citrus pulp has above-average palatability for cattle and is also used in sheep feed and pet food manufacturing.
Hay is dried grasses and other foliage used as a feed for ruminate livestock, such as cattle, horses and sheep.