Reduced hay loss


Heinätin® Hay feeders, Big stables and yards, Small and private stables, Customer stories by marika@hevoskeksinnot.fi, 11.05.2021
When we have been able to control the amount of hay, we have also controlled the weight of the horses. Our horses get hay eight times a day, around the clock, which is the best option for a horse’s sensitive digestion. Horses are eating in their natural position, and there is no need for the horses to tear the hay from nets with their heads at a weird angle. Play with the hay in the stalls has reduced. A big change has also happened in time management as a stable owner. I don’t need to stress about the need of being in multiple places at the same time anymore.

Riikka Takaneva
Horse breeder, Larva-Jussila Farm
Finland

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