I've almost always used straight loads to haul, (grew up with a 4H head-to-head, owned a straight haul) so I feel a bit angle-haul dumb.
I realize that there is a lot less length to an angled stall, so how do you haul with hay comfortably? I had my mare in the front stall with a hay bag and as small as she is, there wasn't much room. I can go to a smaller hay net, I just want to ensure she's comfortable for hour+ hauls. I like the idea of her having hay to keep her occupied.
A friend of mine hauls her gelding with hay on the ground and is left untied (with divider closed) - any opinions on this?
What is your feed set up for hauling in a slant load?
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