Originally Posted by KylieHuitema
Get a round rubbermaid trashcan. The opening of the drawstring hay nets fits perfectly around the rim, and you can just dump the hay in! That's what I do
If you will look on the previous page you will see a photo of me doing the exact same thing.
To the OP- "throwing it on the ground" works, but as Kylie said, it wastes a lot. Also, horses can ground it into the ground and still eat it which is not good for them. Slow feeding horses is much better for them. It can make the hay last 6 hours versus 1 hour on the ground. It lowers the risk of ulcers and sand colic and saves you money in saving hay.