Very few stockmen possess a knowledge of the value of beet pulp and beet molasses as animal food. Very little is known of the food value of molasses, but much information has accumulated, from time to time, concerning the value of pulp as stock food. The most authentic data at hand concerning the food value of pulp come from our experiment stations. To emphasize the value of pulp with the view to encourage small farmers to use it and thereby strengthen the live stock industry of the State, the results obtained by some of our experiment stations are given in the pages immediately following. The conditions in the different States vary, but the results obtained at different experiment stations in sheep and steer feeding closely approximate the results obtained at this Station.
Merrill, Lewis A. and Clark, R. W., "Bulletin No. 90 - Feeding Beet Molasses and Pulp to Sheep and Steers" (1904). UAES Bulletins. Paper 42.