Please Read Before Use

*NEVER OVERFILL WITH HAY- You don’t want the bag to be too tight and difficult for the equine to eat (the bag should be soft and flexible).

This could cause damage to the bag by stressing the material, stitching and zipper.


*How to fill the Grazer Bag; It's best to lay and stack the hay in the bag flat.

You can then add a flake on the side of the stack to fill the gap.


*Repairs to damaged bag- If the bag needs to be repaired you would need to seek out an upholstery shop or a blanket repair or tack shop to fix it.


***Grazer Bags are made of material and can be damaged by equine use and the elements. Equine are destructive by nature and there is always a risk to the equine or the product. There is no warranty on this product due to the high risk and unpredictability of the use intended.***


Tips to make your Grazer last longer

Keep hay loose don't overfill bag.

Leave the bag loose and unattached is best.

Secure bag inside of a trough or container to limit horse from pawing and protecting the bag from the dirt.

Use a hose to rinse bag and zipper regularly.

Zipper- Use Graphite, Windex Or Bar Soap To Keep It Moving.


Its Advised To Feed Loose Flake Of Hay With Slow Feeder For A Couple Of Feedings To Satisfy The Horse Till They Adjust To Grazing.

***Supervise your horse with the Grazer for the first day to make sure they are eating***


If equine has shoes they could get a shoe stuck on the webbing so it’s very much advised to keep the grazer bag inside a container.

If Shod Equine, consider our SLOT Grazer Bag.


Grazer Bag Feeder

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