All HayDowns have wide grazing areas - great for respiratory problems.
Large volumes enable extended grazing time & refilling less often. For hay or haylage.
Tops open wide too, making filling really easy.
A range of heights 40cm, 50cm, 60cm, for Mini Shetlands, Shetlands, ponies, horses.
The Big Horse Stable feeder is huge!
These fit flush against the walls with no straps or leg trapping gaps. They can be free standing or secured with our easy undo horse proof fasteners. The front will flex if kicked or leaned upon.
Free draining and ventilated helping keep hay fresh for longer. Rigid at the base and flexible at the top, they're stable and wont roll or be blown about, great for sloping ground too. 4 sizes of grazing area.
Use more than one field feeder to encouraging movement which helps digestion, and enables peace in a herd.
Head down slow feeding can help with colic, ulcers, laminitis, EMS, weight gain or loss, and boredom coping habits, resistance to insulin, leptin, and cortisol.
Provides benefits beyond saving on delivery and packaging.
The boys would inhale their evening hay within 45 minutes in a haynet, but with the HayDown their evening meal now lasts up to two hours!! Waste reduced by at least 75%. Great product, highly recommended!!
Well made alternative to hay nets & natural feeding position for your horse.
Once my horse relaxed it significantly slowed down his eating. I don’t worry that he’s stood overnight with nothing to eat. There’s a dramatic reduction of dust in his stable too. It is very easy to use and clean.
They are amazing, I couldn’t live without them. Neither could my greedy pony, or my mini Shetland. Happy, relaxed ponies, no squabbling for food, no mess, easy to fill up and clean out. Absolutely love em.
At last a hay feeder that does what it says on the tin!
It's tough, robust and easy to use. It holds ample amounts to keep my horses occupied all night. Highly recommended.
is nicely explained here by Barbara Breckenfeld (October 1st 2018 The North West Horse Source):
The SNS and the PNS are two parts of the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS), controlling neurotransmitter releases. Hormones are released into the bloodstream by the Endocrine System made up of various glands around the body. The ANS and Endocrine System are controlled by the Hypothalamus, the central control unit, a pea size gland in the brain that responds to external information from our senses.
"The Autonomic Nervous System" Barbara Breckenfeld
"Fight or Flight Reaction" Niina Venho. Moodmetric. 18/03/2018.
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