I have a lot of horse feed left over and I decided to feed it to the chickens. The beet pulp is a great weight adder on horses and since I had an emaciated horse I bought a lot. Now that I've sold him and am out of the horse business, again, don't want to waste. So yesterday I took a bunch of beet pulp (soaked as it expands) and threw it out to the chickens. They didn't seem to want to eat it when I put it out but at the end of the day it was all gone. Beet pulp is SUPER cheap compared to most other feeds. I'm wondering how bad it is to give them a lot of beet pulp. It does have mollasses in it to make it palatable for the horses. I'm giving them just a small scoop of the grain but they're eating it like it's the best thing ever so I'm not really concerned about it.