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    Default Best corner feeders for stall?

    The kind that prevents horses from sloshing the feed out on the ground? But without the inner rings please. Thanks!



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    maybe one of those giant plastic circle tubs? they can hold a ton of feed so should be harder to spill from it



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    Quote Originally Posted by password View Post
    The kind that prevents horses from sloshing the feed out on the ground? But without the inner rings please. Thanks!
    What helped for me was to add wet beet pulp to their meals. For some reason one of my TB slopper stopped sloshing his feed out. Unfortunately it doesn't work with all horses but it does help for some. The other TB doesn't slop as much out-maybe a 1/8-1/4 cup max.

    Here is the type of tub I use:

    http://www.bigdweb.com/FEED-TUB-HARD...ductinfo/1176/

    You could also try a muck basket on the floor. Your horse would really have to work hard to throw it out. Course he could still pick his head up and drop it out.
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    Thanks for the ideas! I wonder if these work any better than the cheaper ones? http://www.classic-equine.com/barn-a...s/feed-options



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    There is one that is often advertised in the AQHA Journal that looks quite wonderful. It's ground level, triangular for the corner, divided into two or three sections, and can be used to feed both hay and grain and supplements. Plastic, very large, and not cheap. I'll check back in the old magazines and see if I can come up with a website. I know I've looked at it on the web.
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    It's very similar.

    I found the ad. The feeder is a ProPanel.
    https://propanel.com/order-form/
    You can get the High Country one from Valley Vet.
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    We've had our brand, I would have to check for going on 9 years and have really never had a problem with the feed getting sloshed/thrown all over. Mind you we too have had some pretty messy eaters.

    With that being said, ours are hung by 4 double ended snap clips instead of being bolted to the wall so they 'move' with the horse. Plus I think in all this time we have had only one get broken and that was just slightly, from one over zealous horse and she was using the feeder to rub her butt on!
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