Beet, fodder (mangel)

mangelMangelwurzel or mangold wurzel (from German Mangel/Mangold and Wurzel, “root”), also called mangold, mangel beet, field beet, and fodder beet, is a cultivated root vegetable derived from Beta vulgaris. Its large white, yellow or orange-yellow swollen roots were developed in the 18th century as a fodder crop for feeding livestock. (Source: Wikipedia)

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