Wet beet pulp coming as a by-product from the sugar-beet industry in Utah is fed in varying amounts to dairy cows. Corn silage is also used to make up part of the dairy ration. Conflicting statements as to the value of the one feed as compared to the other indicated the need of more knowledge as to the value of pulp as compared to silage in the dairy ration. For this reason a study of the problem was initiated in February, 1926.
Bateman, George Q. and Caine, George B., "Bulletin No. 239 - Wet Beet Pulp Compared with Corn Silage in the Dairy Ration" (1932). UAES Bulletins. Paper 206.