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Health and better quality of life – both for horses and horse-owner

Kati Leppälahti runs the Koivurinne Icelandics stable and purchased Heinätin hay feeders for her six Icelandic horses in 2016. Icelandic horses are extremely effective fodder users and can easily gain excess weight if they receive too much hay. “I’ve always strived to organize t...

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 ...

Small and private stables

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 ...

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...

Frequent hay feeding is the best

People often think that free hay is the most optimal solution for the horse, but nature and - after research - also science have proven that frequent hay feeding is the best option for the horse’s digestion. The optimal feeding interval is 3 to 4 hours In nature, the horse is ...