Small and private stables


Small and private stables by katja@hevoskeksinnot.fi, 10.05.2021
An easy feeding solution for home stables

The Heinätin® hay feeder makes life at the stables easier and calms down the horses’ stomachs. With it, you can easily distribute hay regularly to horses at home stables with no hired staff.


The benefits of Heinätin:
  • Heinätin makes life easier and more flexible for horse-owners – and gives you free time: it distributes hay to your horses regularly and when you want it.
  • Heinätin is good for your horse’s stomach: with it, you can provide frequent hay feeding around the clock.
  • You can customize individual feeding portions for each horse while doing other chores at the stable. This way, you can perform all your stable chores conveniently at the same time.
  • No more early morning wake-ups or distributing morning hay to hungry horses
  • Heinätin wakes up and distributes hay for you!
  • The Heinätin hay feeder’s electricity consumption is minimal.

Contact us. We’ll be glad to help you select a suitable Heinätin model for you.

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