✓ Regulates and slows down intake
✓ Allows your horse to feed in a natural grazing position
✓ Encourages your horse to trickle feed which aids in the prevention of EGUS and obesity
✓ Reduces stable boredom and the risk of developing stable vices
✓ Stops cross contamination of forage and bedding, saving you time and money
✓ Easy to clean, fill and flat pack for travel
Your horse needs to feed slowly across the course of the day. Limited access to hay can multiply heart rates by up to 4 at the time of feeding¹, and can lead to laminitis, gastric ulcers, colic, obesity and stable vices².
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