Let your horse graze as nature intended…
with Eazigrazer slow hay feeder
Your horse evolved to graze at ground level on an almost continuous basis, and it’s well known that restricting this natural behaviour contributes to the many health and behavioural issues associated with domestic horses. If your horse cannot have access to 24/7 grazing in the field, then slow feeding hay at a natural low level is the best way to ensure your horse stays healthy and contented.
Eazigrazer is the ideal slow hay feeding solution, simulating the natural grazing behaviour essential to your horse’s well-being. So simple and easy to use, the investment won’t only improve life for your horse. Eazigrazer will save you time, effort and money, giving you the freedom to enjoy more time with your happy and healthy horse!
Why Eazigrazer will benefit you and your horse
Don’t spend money on avoidable veterinary fees. Eazigrazer helps prevent and manage conditions such as EMS, Laminitis, COPD, Ulcers, and Colic.
Simulated natural grazing leads to happy contented horses and prevents common behaviour problems such as weaving, cribbing, box walking and more.
Avoid unnecessary bodywork fees, and allow maximum performance. Natural low level feeding helps keep your horse soft, supple and tension free.
Reduce dust and sugar in your hay without the usual hassle. Eazigrazer allows you to soak, drain and feed without removing hay.
Safe and portable
Take your Eazigrazer anywhere, or move from stable to paddock. With no fixings or mechanisms to injure you or your horse.
Save time and money
Save money on wasted hay and bedding, save money on unnecessary vets bills and bodywork fees, and save time and effort!
Eazigrazer in action
See how it works for yourself! Eazigrazer slow hay feeder provides simulated natural grazing, prevents many health issues, and helps you avoid the soundness problems associated with other slow feeding systems. Plus, it makes life much easier for you!View more videos
“Thank you so much for our lovely Eazigrazer! My 15 year old KWPN gelding happily took to it immediately (please see photo attached) I purchased the Eazigrazer after some months of consideration, with the following aims: 1. for my horse to eat at a lower feeding level to help aid his digestion & top line […]Read full testimonial
“Duck to water springs to mind. She was eating it through the holes while I was filling it with water. She has early signs of lami and the soaked nets were killing me. Very good quality, sturdy unit. Thank you.” Caroline – West YorkshireRead full testimonial
“Now we have used the tubs for several months. What does long-term experience mean? The tubs are still standing, the horses still eat relaxed and satisfied. We are equally satisfied!” Alessa Neuner – Germany We stumbled across a gem of a blog post about Eazigrazer recently, and the owner has very kindly given us permission […]Read full testimonial
Millie has taken to it like a duck to water and it is so easy to use. No more hay tramped about the stable if shes not hungry and the standard sized holes have seemed to almost double her feed time at least!!Read full testimonial
It is light yet very robust, easy to soak hay and very time saving to fill. They both seemed to really like it, and it is great to see them eating in a natural position.Read full testimonial
“I just thought I would let you know what a wonderful product I think the Eazigrazer is for horses. My lad is 21 years old now, I have had him ever since he was 18 months old.”Read full testimonial
“George has Cushing’s syndrome and has to spend a lot of time off the pasture. He really likes his new Eazigrazer which keeps him occupied for a lot longer than hay nets. He took to it straightaway.”Read full testimonial
This last winter has been terrible. We are on clay soil and the problem has been to not ruin the fields. We had created a hard standing around the stable block so that we would not have to turn the horses out into the arena. Initially we used hay nets but even with double netting, […]Read full testimonial
“Couldn’t be without mine now! I have a very hungry dressage horse who would eat me out of house and home if I allowed it. The eazigrazer makes him eat a natural speed rather than scoffing it down.”Read full testimonial
“I bought two Eazigrazers for my horses and have the medium and small sized tops. Its a great bit of kit and well worth the purchase. My two good doers need to loose weight and one is on box rest with laminitis.”Read full testimonial
“My horse loves it and understood how to eat from it right away. And I like the easy filling, which takes no time at all. It is so much better than a hay net.”Read full testimonial
“I bought the Eazigrazer for my young horse and couldn’t be more pleased! He was previously wasting a lot of hay but since he started using this product it’s no longer a problem.”Read full testimonial
“Haynet in picture was only for the actual travelling, but as you can see, the horses like their Eazigrazers so much I had to use them for the remainder of the day”Read full testimonial
“Photo is of Mildred enjoying her Eazigrazer 2 minutes after putting it in the stable! She took to it so well. A month later and she prefers to eat from it to off the floor.”Read full testimonial
“My pony is very greedy and a ‘good doer’. She also wind sucks and has to wear a collar. I have tried all sorts of hay nets to try and slow her down and hated watching her getting frustrated…”Read full testimonial
“Just to let you know I love them! Tried them in the barn the other night and they were fantastic. Put plenty in – didn’t have to hay up at midnight and no mess!”Read full testimonial
Eazigrazer news (and other musings)
Time to cut down on the green stuff?
Anyone else’s ponies looking a bit tubby? It’s definitely time to cut on down the green stuff over here, but restricted grass doesn’t have to mean restricted grazing! Could our hay feeders make life a little more enjoyable for your pony and a bit easier for you this summer?
Would you spot the signs of Laminitis?
Some good advice here from Loch Leven Equine Practice. There’s a much higher chance of a good recovery if you spot the signs before obvious lameness shows up and react accordingly. Obviously even better would be to manage diet and lifestyle appropriately and avoid the problem altogether.
Watch out for those chilly nights!
Most of you with Laminitis prone ponies will be aware of the dangers when turning out on frosty grass, but did you know that if the temperature has dropped to below 6 degrees overnight that the same risk applies even when there isn’t a frost?