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Hay bag horse

A hay bag for the horse is, as the name implies, a sturdy hay in which hay is stored. What is the advantage of hay bags for a horse? First, it helps you store food for your horse or shetland in a safe and dry place. When hay is in a hay bag, it stays dry and is not easily contaminated. That is quite different if you just put it on the ground, where the horse will stand in it and where vermin has free rein. In addition, a hay bag helps the horse to take in its food better. The hay is concentrated, which means less mess and much less material is lost.

What is the use of a hay bag for a horse?

Hay bags are usually made of Polyester and deployed with hay. The material is durable and does not get dirty easily. You can buy a hay bag for your horse that can be refilled at the top. With the help of rings or a hook you can easily hang the bag. The bag hangs above the ground, so that soil insects and vermin cannot reach it quickly. Your horse has one place where its food comes from, which prevents mess and contamination. A hay bag made of polyester or nylon also prevents a horse from rubbing its muzzle when eating.