The Freedom Feeder® Extended Day/Small Bale Freedom Feeder slows your horse's rate of hay consumption and helps to optimize his digestion. The Freedom Feeder simulates natural grazing, keeping your horse occupied and helping to reduce hay waste.
The Freedom Feeder® Mini/Trailer Size makes your horse's hay last as he eats through its small openings. This original slow feed hay net simulates natural foraging and optimizes your horse's digestion.
Make your horse’s hay last longer with this Large Greedy Feeder Net. Designed to help promote optimal digestion and reduce waste, this hay net has small, 1" holes that make your horse take smaller mouthfuls.
Make your greedy hay eater slow down! This Small Greedy Feeder Net helps promote optimal digestion and reduces waste as it makes your horse work harder to eat. Its small, 1" holes also make your horse’s hay last longer.
Designed to reduce hay loss and keep feeding areas neat, the 1200 Denier Hay Bag is great for use at home and on the road. Strong and durable, this hay bag is generously sized with a large feed hole to provide the horse with easy access.
The Kensington Hay bag in tough and attractive Textilene® mesh is ideal for trailering and shows. This hay bag reduces hay lost to trampling and hangs with an adjustable nylon strap with swivel snap.
Kensington's Slow Feed 4-Flake Hay Bag slows your horse's rate of hay consumption for a natural pace that's similar to grazing.
The Large Size Small Mesh Hay net is extra strong and features small holes that last longer and slow down consumption. 44" diamter. 46" length.
The Mesh Hay Bag is made from woven polyester yarns for breathability, strength and durability. This hay bag allows air to circulate, preventing moisture build up as it reduces hay waste lost to trampling. Hangs easily in stalls and trailers.
The Nylon Cord Hay Net holds a large amount of hay. Nylon cord resists mildew.
The Rope Hay Net in extra-large size holds a generous amount of hay. This hay net is made of durable rope cord.
The Slow Feed Hay Feeder makes your horse eat hay slowly for good digestion, to reduce waste and to keep your horse busy. A top opening makes filling it easy.