This plastic formed hay and feed tub keeps the hay contained and not scattered over the floor. The water is hung nearby. While this has an appeal of efficiency, I see three problems. 1) the horse’s head needs to be deep inside the tub to finish eating. This may not work with a nervous or claustrophobic horse. 2) It limits the ventilation and forces the horse to eat with his nostrils inhaling the dust so many bales have. 3) They are impossible to clean well.


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