How It Works

Eazigrazer is very simple and easy to use. All you need to do is load your hay, add the hay regulator, and give to your horse! There’s nothing complicated for your horse to work out either. As your horse grazes the hay, the hay regulator drops down automatically allowing constant but regulated access. The design features an interlocking lug and channel system which guides the hay regulator within the container and prevents your horse from twisting or removing it. You can even use Eazigrazer as a hay soaker if you wish, making light work of a job you would probably rather do without!

Step 1

Step 1

Fill your Eazigrazer with your required amount of loose hay. Slices/flakes must be broken up.

Step 2

Step 2

Line up the lugs on the hay regulator with the tabs on the container (no particular sequence).

Step 3

Step 3

Drop the hay regulator into the container. The lugs will now sit in the first part of the channel.

Step 4

Step 4

Rotate the hay regulator until the lugs slide into the downwards part of the channels.

Step 5

Step 5

Leave the hay regulator sat on top of the hay. The lugs will now be interlocked in the channels.

Step 6

Step 6

It couldn’t be easier. Your Eazigrazer is now ready to give to your horse!

Using Eazigrazer to soak hay

Complete the above steps 1-5 and then fill with water, making sure the cap is fully tightened. When the water has soaked for your desired amount of time, remove the cap and let the water drain. When the flow has stopped, tip your Eazigrazer using the handles to remove the remaining water. You can give your Eazigrazer to your horse at this point if you like, but the hay will continue to drain just as a haynet would continue to drip. So for best results, leave for a few minutes longer and tip again before replacing the cap and feeding.

Note: If you feel that you need to weight the hay regulator to ensure the hay stays under the water, then do so with something not too heavy – a water bucket with just a couple of inches of water in is ideal. Hay expands as it soaks, and a heavy item will cause the hay to become too compressed within the container.

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