Eazigrazer features a unique interlocking lug and channel design which prevents your horse twisting or removing the hay regulator from within the container, as well as a rubber bung which stops your horse being able to remove the regulator from the top. The design has proved to be very successful when Eazigrazer is used as we recommend. For example, we do advise that you use Eazigrazer only for hay, that you use an appropriate hay regulator size for your horse and his/her experience with Eazigrazer, and that you follow our guidelines when introducing your horse to the Eazigrazer system. Should this very unlikely scenario occur, there is nothing on either the container or feed restrictor that can injure your horse (but please note your horses hooves must be at least 3cm larger than the hay regulator hole size that you choose).
Will my horse be able to remove the hay regulator?
Eazigrazer news (and other musings)
Summer inside away from heat and flies?
Does your horse or pony spend a lot of time inside during the summer to get away from the heat and flies? Whether they have free choice to go in or out, or you are stuck having to leave them in all day, maybe Eazigrazer can help!
Will you need to restrict grazing this year?
The ground is drying up, the days are getting longer, and the grass is getting greener. Can’t help but feel positive at this time of year! However, is it also time to think about how you will manage grazing this spring and summer?
Donate to help horses in Ukraine
Working with the ‘British Equestrians for Ukraine Fund’ coalition, the World Horse Welfare appeal has now raised over £100,000 whilst their partners have sent out nine lorry loads of equine goods, which are on the way to Poland whilst you read this post!