Round Bale Feeders Improve Digestion
In the big picture of time, feeding our horses “scheduled meals” is a fairly recent phenomenon. In fact, their digestive systems are still primitive and horses do much better when allowed to graze slowly throughout the day. When a slow feeder is available, your horse is able to eat in a way that works with their digestive system, avoiding negative health effects, such as colic and insulin resistance, that horses often get from other feeding techniques.
In addition to the Cinch Net, we recommend using AGI plastic round bale feeders to increase the effectiveness of the net. These feeders work well with Cinch Nets to control hay waste. AGI’s polyethylene plastic round bale horse feeders come backed by a 1-year warranty, they’re designed to withstand all weather conditions and are the safest ring feeders we have ever used. You can feel confident that you’re making the best purchase for your horses. Have questions about our products? Contact us. We’d love to help you find the perfect feeder for your horse.
NOTE: Because of the large openings, the Large Stock Cinch Net MUST be used with a hay ring feeder that sits flush with the ground.