Equi-Essentials Slow Feed Hay Ball Feeder Toy

Item# 470971
5.05
Compare at: $79.95
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Weight: FOB 6.0 Lbs
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Ideal for horses that need to slow down their eating, on stall rest, for dry lot turnout or just keeping them entertained! Equi-Essentials Hay Ball has 32 flat surfaces that lets the ball move around to help keep the horse stimulated while slowing down their hay intake to simulate natural grazing. The Slow Feed ball has twelve 2.75" holes for eating and can hold up to 7lbs of hay. Easy to load opening, with a screw on cap to keep closed. The Hay Ball Feeder also comes with a strap to hang. The ball has 16" diameter and weighs 4.5lbs empty.

Product Details:

  • Great for horses on stall rest, on restricted diet, on dry lots, that need to slow down or to break up boredom
  • 32 flat surfaces
  • 12 openings 2.75" each
  • Simulates natural grazing pattern
  • Holds up to 7lbs of hay
  • Screw on cap
  • Strap for hanging
  • 16" diameter
  • Weights 4.5lbs empty

Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
5.05

(based on 9 reviews)

By
April 19, 2021
5.05
"Excellent durable quality!! They really have to work to get the hay out. We would definitely buy again. "
By
April 14, 2021
5.05
"This is an awesome toy for my Arabian. He has fun with it all day "
By
WI
April 06, 2021
5.05
"This hay ball is the perfect entertainment for my recovering laminitic draft cross who is IR but very food motivated. He can't have your typical candy lick treats to alleviate his boredom but this hay ball keeps him occupied for at least an hour or two, depending on how much I put in it and how hungry he is waiting for his other hay to soak. I like that it keeps his head low and he rolls it all over his pen so encourages some movement. Definitely a worthwhile purchase for my boy! "
By
Naples, FL
March 21, 2021
5.05
"I love this almost as much as my horse does! A lot! "
By
Upstate, NY
February 24, 2021
5.05
"My pony seems to prefer this over the nibblenet. Helps keep him entertained."