Keep your equine amigo active with the Shires Equestrian Products Ball Horse Feeder. This ball feeder for horses is designed to dispense treats, pellets or grain as it is rolled around. It’s particularly great for relieving boredom and stress in the stable. This horse ball feeder is crafted to help extend feeding time as contents are released slowly. It is developed to help encourage natural foraging instincts as your four-legged friend finds out how he can get more of his favorite treats.
9-inch ball feeder for horses.
Crafted to help extend feeding time.
Great for relieving boredom and stress in the stable.
Developed to help encourage natural foraging instincts.
Designed to dispense treats, pellets or grain as it is rolled around.
I bought this eons ago but still use the same ball to this day. I put a couple good low sugar treats in this for my mare whos metabolic like broken pieces of hay cubes or special treats made for her and 6 treats can take her DAYS to get out. But she still LOVES the ball and it keeps her busy and she doesnt chew wood or crib or weave. great material long lasting just dont put anything in there that can go bad because it may not come out. it IS noisy if you have a horse that is obsessed with it and wont stop playing with it for long periods of time (my mare)but i just tune it out.
Does not release treat
on Nov 1, 2020
I put small pieces of treats and they do not come out! It is like an engineering error-there is a shelf inside the hole and treats get caught there. Even if I shake the ball nothing comes out. I am having a friend use a dromell and make the one hole bigger and put another hole on the backside.
What a pain.
Great for the stall
on Oct 24, 2020
Bought 1 for my mouthy TB while he is in his stall. He took to it right away and plays with it every day. I put some pelleted alfalfa and a couple treats in there. I tried carrot bits but those didn't seem to come out very well. Highly recommend.
Also great for goats
on Nov 22, 2020
Bought this for my goats because they kept stealing the horse one. The goats love it!!
on Sep 7, 2020
Fun for goats, but they don't share so buy a few!
TIP: The Orange ball is easy to find