Non-tip feeder

daydreamer

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My (nearly) yearling likes to push and throw his feed bowl around when eating. He only has a stud balancer so there isn't much in the bowl and I'm worried he is ending up wasting it. He is fed in the field and I have started looking at non-tip feeders. I don't want to use a bucket wedged in a tyre or one weighted down.

Has anyone used either ...

https://www.millbryhill.co.uk/eques...YLpXKTpecap2ImV1arklA3gLGbHqOj1BoC-f8QAvD_BwE

or

https://podiumpetproducts.com/non-tip-feeder/

?? Would they be robust to stand up to two yearlings??

Thanks
 

Tiddlypom

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For the field, I use feeding bowls like the one in your first link, the horselyx holder. Thanks for posting this, I need a third one and have been looking for a while!
They're safe and are pretty tip proof.

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ETA I think I prefer it to the other two feeders you linked to, though the designs are interesting. Simplest is usually best IMHO.

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Brownmare

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I had the same issue and went with a hook over bucket to hang on the stable door / gate which also stops him standing in it, little shite that he is!
 
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