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The probable reason that there exists so many different types of horse feeders for hay is that they all try to solve the same general problems; being waste, spoilage, animal wounding and major clean ups around feeders.

Waste of hay from horse feeders certainly has to be considered of major concern from an economy of time and money point of view. No one likes to pay for quality hay and look at all the waste made by the horses themselves or the weather. Nor spend so much time, feeding the exact quantity of hay your horses are hungry for to eliminate waste.

Spoilage from the animals themselves is a pain because of the quantity and the nature of the spoilage in that it gets compacted and has to be cleaned up over and over again around horse feeders.

As far as wounding goes from feeders, it is a very painful and stressful sight to look at a horse caught in a feeder and one certainly wants to eliminate that possibility. Not mentioning vet bills.

There are still more problems to be resolved in designing a horse feeder for hay even though of lesser importance they also need attention.
Hay feeders should be lightweight and easy to handle, maintenance free, almost indestructible and contribute to a better social behavior of your horses around the feeder.

Of all the horse feeders on the market, most of them are of very good quality but they do not solve all of hay feeding problems. Most of them are not weather protected, nor prevent waste and spoilage. While some of them are quite heavy duty they are not easily movable. Some rust and need maintenance or they get to be dangerous.

Since all horse feeders designs tend to solve the same problems and of all evidence do not quite succeed, there is a need for a completely new vision, a new idea for horse feeders.

There has been on the market for at least two years now an innovative horse feeder, completely different and apart from all the others that seems to solve all horse hay feeding problems; namely waste, spoilage, horse wounding and cleaning up thus saving horse owners using this feeder considerable money, time, work and trouble.

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