I would be inclined to think that way as well. Possibly the best invention to date, after full time pasture, is the slow feeder hay net - simple but effective technology....The whole thing with slow feeding is that there is always hay available so the horse learns to stop worrying about when their next meal is coming, right? So I'm just wondering if this would provide the same effect given the frequency with which the hay is made available, or if the horses would just be milling around the feeder constantly waiting for their next chance.
Then maybe their other model would be more appropriate;-)http://www.bb-equipment.de/seite-2-3.htmlThat's a great idea, though I think my horses would get a neck ache from that! If the hay was dispensed on the ground or to where they could eat it at chest level, like their current hay bags, I'd like it even more.
I find the one Endiku linked hilarious. They must sprint to the barn when they hear/see the slats lowering. :lol:
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