Buy hay rack horse

  • ideal for feeding roughage
  • decrease representation
  • easy to fill
  • ideal for several horses

Haystacks make it easier to feed roughage and can accommodate several animals. Because it is not fed directly on the ground, the feed stays clean. Freestanding stands can be filled with round bales and offer optimal time savings. Feeding racks can be mounted on the wall in the barn, so the floor area remains free.

What does a hay rack offer?

hay rack for the stable:

  • feeding is simplified and saves labor
  • as little loss of roughage as possible
  • the step is reduced
  • mounting on the wall leaves the floor area free
  • install low to prevent horses from pushing their backs and inhaling hay dust

hay rack for outdoor keeping:

  • partitions provide enough space for eating
  • round bale feeding is possible
  • since the feed is close to the ground, natural feeding is ensured
  • most of our feed racks protect the feed from rain with a roof
  • the hayrack can easily be filled with the tractor
  • eating possible from at least two sides
  • good stability
  • can also be used on unpaved ground
  • square rakes can be moved with a tractor

What are the advantages of a hay rack?

  • easy feeding, thereby saving time
  • several horses can eat at the same time, rank fights are reduced
  • as little loss of roughage as possible
  • the amount of feed can be checked approximately
  • crushing is reduced
  • feeders for horses are weatherproof
  • eating is possible from at least two sides
  • good stability

What are the disadvantages of a hay rack?

  • large racks can only be moved with the tractor
  • a tractor is usually required to fill with hay bales
  • if the stalls are raised too high, the horse can inhale too much hay dust
  • permanent access to the feed

How to find the right hay rack with 4 questions


Question 1: Where should the feed hay stand / be installed?

Corner and wall racks are ideal for installation in the stable.
Our square and round rakes are ideal for providing roughage on the pasture and in the paddock. Most have a roof, so the feed is optimally protected from wind and rain. In addition, these can be filled with hay bales to keep the workload as low as possible.

 Question 2: How many animals should be fed with the hay rack?

Wall rack: Suitable for up to 2 horses
Square racks: Large racks have space for up to 12 feeding places

Question 3: How often do I want / can I fill the hay rack?

I have a lot of time / want to take a lot of time: Here a small rack is enough, which you fill up to 3 times a day. In this way, feed consumption can also be better controlled.
I have less time / can spare a little time: Here we recommend a booth, which can be filled with hay bales and, depending on how many animals are fed with it, does not have to be replenished often.

Question 4: Do I have a tractor to move or fill the hay rack?

Yes, a tractor is available to me: square rakes can only be filled with hay bales with a tractor. Without a tractor, the hay must be filled in loosely by hand.
No, there is no tractor available with: We recommend wall racks here, because their smaller size makes them easier to fill and no tractor is required.

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