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Flexibucket

15.00

15L

  • Ideal as an aid to filling feeders
  • Flexible
  • Convenient
  • Light
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The SimpleFeeder prices are inclusive of a 1 Year Warranty and Delivery Insurance.

How much can I feed at any one time?

The horse / pony’s stomach is very small and is designed for small regular meals. As a guide a horse should have no more than 2kg of grain based feed eg cubes / mixes at any one time and a pony 1kg at any one time.

Is there a different SiMPLEFEEDER for different types of feed?

Research has shown us that the 5 versions of SiMPLEFEEDERs, cover all spectrum of processed feed produced by the Equine Feed companies. The SiMPLEFEEDER’s have not been designed for Equine Feed with chaff included. You can see our feeder range here.

Is it difficult to install?

It is easy to install, just follow the simple instructions provided.

SiMPLEFEEDER is easy to install on the outside bars of a stable with all items provided. Just attach by screwing in 4 bolts to retain it, set timer and plug in.

For solid or cavity block stables, you just cut an opening in the solid or cavity blocks for the feed to slide down the stainless steel or plastic chutes down to the horse trough. Most professionals have solid block studs and they are more than willing to make the required opening. See the installation contents and how easy it is to bar-mount install a SiMPLEFEEDER in 15 minutes.

What are the Vet’s view on a automated horse feeder?

Veterinarians universally agree that frequent small meals are more healthy for your stalled horses. Horses fed multiple small meals are less prone to boredom, colic and vices. The automatic horse feeders allow you to provide a more natural feeding schedule for your horse.

Can the SiMPLEFEEDER be used to feed other animals?

You can feed all types of animals with the SiMPLEFEEDER. Dog’s, Cat’s, Zebra’s – Not just horses! Feed all of your animals on time with the SiMPLEFEEDER.

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