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Ground-level feeder boxes video by JoAnn

Trying out the dodecahedral Nose-It!

plywood tray

Two-foot square plywood tray lets the hay cubes spread out.

Pasture Pal - the gold standard of cube dispensers: You can load it through the pop-off lid at the end.
Pasture Pal on feeder base (no longer manufactured)

Amazing Graze
Amazing Graze.

Horseplay brackets
Horseplay's brackets for their 6"x8" stall toy. Their website: http://www.horseplayproducts.com/index.htm

Stella & Jewel with Pasture Pal near the far end of their Paddock Paradise.

Ally with Nose-its by plastic trough
Nose-It! toys near the plastic trough one had been in.
Ally loves these things. ~JoAnn

Nose-It! in the plastic trough 'mud boat' (yt)

Winter hay cube feeding: Hanging vinegar & bleach bottles, and Pasture Pal spinners for dispensing timothy hay cubes (March 2008).

The "Snack Bar" in use -- day one.

Tangledmanes Snack BarThe "Snack Bar" worked well for six weeks. Then the dowel snapped in half from Stella's pawing.

Although the bottles had to be loaded one cube at a time, having more than one bottle on the dowel allowed the horse to play with the first one while I was loading the others.

One of the bottles has a larger hole cut under the handle, which I used to pour the crumbs through from a TubTrug flexible bucket.

I think this design would work well either with an additional brace in the center, or half-sized with two vinegar bottles instead of four.

~JoAnn Johnson

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