“This can help prevent unnecessary neck straining, as well as providing the best position for the airways to drain. The hay cube also makes it easy to dampen or soak the hay, which can be essential in the management of certain medical conditions.”
“It allows the horse to eat with a natural relaxed posture meaning that the neck and back are stretched through the top line helping to keep joints and muscles supple. The teeth and jaw work also in natural posture minimising joint and muscle strain. Even more importantly, the Haycube mimics ground level feeding but eliminates contamination of food which can occur when feeding directly from the floor.”
The Haycube is an excellent solution to such a messy & time – consuming chore; and at a very affordable price.”
So why is the ‘HayCube’ such a brilliant idea I hear you ask? Well lets start…the Haycube offers a ‘natural’ feeding position, it is easy to fill, holds approx 2/3rds of a standard bale of hay, offers a mess free way to feed hay, saves hay being wasted, it’s sturdy, robust and safe, it can be used anywhere and it features integrated wheels for easy transportation and a carry top handle.”
I don’t miss fighting with a haynet every day and trying to lift and carry a heavy and dripping wet net after soaking it. I can get easily get half a bale of hay in my cube and it’s very easy to rinse the hay or soak it. The hay barn is tidier as I don’t lose hay like I did when filling a net, and there’s no mess in the stable with dropped hay mixing in with my bedding. Its easy to transport – empty or full. The Haycube is now an essential piece of my yard equipment and I would definitely recommend it.
So much tidier in the stables saving wastage on hay and saving me an extra 10 mins mucking out time in the morning, perfect!”