Haygain HG 2000

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$2,849.00 $2,999.00 saving $150.00
Haygain HG 2000

Haygain HG 2000

Free Gift
$2,999.00 $2,849.00 saving $150.00
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 The Haygain 2000 is designed to feed 4 or more horses.* It can accommodate a fully strung bale or 77-88 lbs of haylage, haynets or loose hay. The HG 2000 chest allows temperatures to reach over 212°F - vital for killing mold spores and bacteria in the hay.

The HG 2000's cycle time from cold is 60 minutes, making the process quick and easy.

The steam generator features a stainless steel boiler shell with a domed lid for optimum steam flow and consistent delivery, as well as a robust heating element. The balanced integrated handle allows for easy rinsing of the unit while the location of the filler spout, with its brass safety release filler cap, prevents overfilling.

  • Comes complete with everything you need:
    • 2 x 1.5 kW Steam Generators/Boilers to each hold 1 gallon of water. Please note: you will need 2 different sockets on different 1500 W power circuits
    • Heat Resistant Gloves
    • 1 Gallon Filler Bottle
    • 2 Descaler Sachets - to keep your boilers in tip top condition
    • 2 Dipsticks - to monitor water level
    • 2 Funnels - for filling
    • Drip tray
  • Weight: 165 lbs (hay container and steam generator combined weight)
  • Dimensions: LxDxH 57in x 32in x 29in
  • Feeds 4+ horses
  • Built in wheels for easy transportation
  • Steaming cycle from cold approximately 60 minutes 

Useful information:

Other info:

  • Double-skinned and thermally insulated to reach and maintain the critically high temperatures required
  • All fittings and fastenings are either brass or stainless steel, so will not corrode
  • Patent title: Apparatus for and Method of Steam Treating of Fodder (Official No 2454969 and 2477874)

*The number of horses the HG 2000 feeds is an approximate guide only based on portion size, compaction of hay, size of bale and number of steam cycles per day.