Welcome to Mr. SlowFeeding's American Factory Outlet where prices are extremely low and quality still is exceptionally high.

Mr. SlowFeeding wants to give you most slow feeding of highest quality for your money and is therefor selling directly (without costly intermediaries) to all North American customer from its own factory. All of our nets are made from soft, smoth, knottless polyester knitted with a unique technique that makes them more durable than other material and even other polyester nets knitted in the traditional way. All flat nets are now equiped with "Zipper closing" to make them easy to close and open even with cold fingers.

Finding the right solution is super easy:
1. Choose  SlowFeeding "1 Horse" or "Herds"
2. Choose capacity.
3. Choose model.
4. Choose mesh size.
5. Choose how many you need.
6. Click the "BUY" button.
 
BUT first scroll to the bottom of this page to get some really important input helping you understand what is most important.
 
SlowFeeding 1 Horse:
24 variants of hanging SlowFeeding nets.
Flat nets are recommended when the nets are permanently mounted and not brought in to be filled and Hay Sacks are recommended when you have a filling station where all nets are filled.
 
21 variants for SlowFeeding Herds.
 
 

Read why continuous Slow Feeding is ESSENTIAL!

Published in American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1996. (Click here for full abstract.)
Effects of intermittent feed deprivation and stall confinement with ad libitum access to hay on gastric ulceration in horses. By Murray MJ , Eichorn ES.

CONCLUSIONS AND CLINICAL RELEVANCE:
Severe 
ulceration of the gastric squamous epithelial mucosa, caused by excess acidity, can develop rapidly in horses deprived of feed or not consuming feed. Compared with being turned out to pasture, stall confinement alone appears to be an important factor in the development of gastric ulcers in horses, probably as a result of altered eating behavior.

 

Continuous slow feeding is the natural treatment and feeding method for reducing the risk of equine gastric ulcers for horses that do not graze continuously. Slow feeding works by slowing down the horses eating, making the hay last for longer. As health is reestablished the horse is re-taught to eat in a natural way instead of trying to finish what has been made available as fast as possible.

Slow feeding needs to be continuous to release the horse from the stress caused by seeing the feed come to an end. That stress is what is going to stop him from slowing his eating down and stop over eating. If sound horses eating in a natural way could not balance their own eating the horse (as a specie) would have gone extinct long before they met their first human.

 
 
 
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