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Reduced hay loss

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 ...

Custom made solutions

We wanted to equip our new stable with hay feeders that could be filled from the corridor. We did not get a good response from other feeder providers to our particular needs. We had almost lost our hope when we contacted Katja and Jarkko at Equine Innovations Ltd. They listened t...

Individual feeding

When we started to load the Heinätin® hay feeders for the first time, the hay portions seemed to be very small. The amount of hay was the same as earlier, though, it was only separated into smaller portions. Picky horses do not mess with the hay in their stalls anymore. Skinny ho...

Big stables and yards

A great gut feeling at the stable With the Heinätin® hay feeders, you can feed hay to your horses easily and frequently around the clock. The horse-friendly Heinätin saves your working time and makes life easier even at large stables. The benefits of Heinätin: Satisfied stom...

Horse’s metabolic syndrome

Slimming down by eating Frequent straw feeding also helps in the fight against another common health problem in horses. Obesity is a disease of affluence among horses and people alike. Oversized feeding portions and minimized movement allows the horses to gain excess weight. Fr...
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