High Country Plastics Slow Feeder Saver

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High Country Plastics Slow Feeder Saver


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Product Summary:

High Country Slow Feeder Saver
Feed hay in a healthier, more cost-effective way!  The High Country Slow Feeder Saver places the horse in a natural grazing position.  This durable, rotationally-molded slow feeder is constructed with safety in mind and holds a full day of feed to keep the horse occupied eating. 
High Country Plastics Slow Feeder can increase overall health by improving digestion and dramatically reducing the risk of colic, and save you money with less feed waste!


  • Rotationally molded with rounded, smooth edges
  • Steel feeding grate
  • Hole at the bottom for easy cleaning
  • Innovative 5-piece design assembles easily in minutes with 8 bolts
  • Can be positioned anywhere
  • 3 year limited warranty
  • Made in the U.S.A.

Item Specifications:

Overall- 39 ½” L x 28 ½” W x 19 ½” H
Grate Opening- 7.75"L x 3" W

55 lbs


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Why did you choose this?
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to save feed on my horses and to slow them down
tania p on Jul 31, 2014
I chose this item hoping to save hay and money from wated hay
JANICE K on Mar 18, 2014
My neighbor bought one recently and really liked it. It's noisy though. I will have to secure it in the stall so they don't push it around like his horses are doing. Seems like it might save me time and money.
Elaine J on Apr 19, 2014
It reduces hay costs because the horses don't scatter hay all over the stall. It stays contained in the slow feeder box. It also saves time because it is easier to place a half of a bale in it every 2-3 days. And, my horse is happier and healthier having availability of hay 24/7.
NANCY K on Mar 9, 2014
My husband And I were thinking about purchasing a couple of the high country slow feeders for our horses But we are wondering as the horse eats the hay down does the rack also slide down so they can get to the last part of their hay? Thank you, Mandie
Mandie on Dec 28, 2014
Best Answer: After you fill it with your desired amount of hay, there is a slot cut out at the top of the feeder that you slide the grate through. The grate is smaller in diameter than the feeder, allowing it to fall down until it hits the hay. It is quite heavy and continues to go down as the hay gets eaten. We never fill it up with hay (usually just 2 or 3 leaves at a time) and our gelding gets every last bite. When finished, the grate is just resting on the bottom of the feeder. I would reccomend one! It slows him down some and allows for no waste.
Reply · Report · Alicia R on Dec 28, 2014
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I live in N MI. In the winter, will the metal grates be tood cold for the horses to put their lips on?
PK H on Jul 30, 2014
Best Answer: I took the grates out when it was very cold. The larger problem with the cold is the plastic becomes more brittle and my draft horses would paw them when empty. All three of the ones I bought have become broken in places due to the cold combined with pawing. The spaces on the grates is fine for smaller horses but narrow for the drafts. I had wooden boxes made the same size and use those now. I still use the grates but had them slightly modify to make the openings larger.
Reply · Report · Margaret B on Aug 3, 2016
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I also need to know if there's any way to bolt this to the ground or a post. We commonly get 60+ MPH winds, plus my horse is just destructive, so it would need to be secured in place. Can that be done?
Jodi C on Mar 4, 2016
Best Answer: This slow feeder has been one of the best purchases I've ever made. I have two of them and use them to feed 2 miniature horses and 6 donkeys. Both of my slow feeders are inside the loafing shed to keep them out of the rain. It weighs about 55 lbs and the horses/donkeys can only push the feeders around when they're empty of hay. If you needed to bolt the feeder to a post, I guess you would have to drill some holes in the end of the feeder, but you would have to make sure not to impede the movement of the metal grate that sits on top of the hay. The slit that you see in the photo near the bottom of the feeder is only on the front of the feeder. The long slit at the top is where you remove the grate when you refill the feeder with hay, so you wouldn't want to block access to that.
Reply · Report · joan m on Mar 7, 2016
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Is it practical to use in rainy weather?
Marlene B on Jul 24, 2014
Best Answer: I really like this slow feeder. There is an opening on the side of the bottom which lets the water run out in the rain. You may have to pull out some of the wet hay on the very bottom, but it has never been very much and certainly easy to do. Briefly, I have never had any issues with rain and this feeder.
Reply · Report · PAULA M on Sep 11, 2014
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How can you secure this to a wall or post?
A shopper on Jan 28, 2015
Best Answer: I don't have mine bolted to a wall or post. It is just in their stalls. I love the feeders. I have 5 feeders and they work great with all my horses except for one. He steps on the metal grade and bends it so I can't use the feeder for that one horse. Other than that the feeders are great and they move them a little bit but not much.
Reply · Report · Kimberly V on Feb 18, 2015
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Does the grate slide down as the hay is eaten, or does it have to be manually pushed down?
Brittni S on Aug 17, 2014
Best Answer: The grate is pretty heavy, and it holds the hay down just via gravity. You don't need to push it down, as there is just enough space tolerance for it to stay down easily on its own.
Reply · Report · Julie R on Aug 17, 2014
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Can you order an extra grate?
A shopper on May 16, 2015
Best Answer: I'm sorry, we do not carry extra parts for this item. I would recommend contacting High Country to see if they can accommodate you, (208) 455-8611.
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on May 18, 2015
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How much hay will it hold?
Donna L on Dec 7, 2014
Best Answer: I can get an average bale of hay into the feeder, but I have to break up the flakes and tuck some of them into the sides on the top. As the horse pulls the hay out, the grate tends to bend, so it can be a little hard to get the out at times out to load more hay into the feeder. The grate "holes" are a little large, so the horses don't have to work very hard to get the hay out. I've been thinking I might place another grate with smailler holes in it to slow them down more. Good Luck!
Reply · Report · marcia n on Dec 17, 2014
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Is the grate made of steel or nylon?
A shopper on Aug 3, 2016
Best Answer: The grate is made of some sort of metal that has been wrapped with a coating (paint or ?) It is tough. It sat out all winter in the snow and cold and looks great. My horse has stepped on it when it was low and it did not bend. Best to keep the hay even in the feeder so that it does not tilt. The hay should go down with the hay in an even plane.
Reply · Report · Cassandra M on Aug 3, 2016
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Will this work for 2 horses pastured together, or is it too small for my bossy old mare to share with her younger gelding?
SUSAN L on Nov 12, 2013
Best Answer: It depends on how bossy she is! If she chases him away from a pile of hay on the ground, she will do the same with the feeder. It is a good size, but a horse can easily reach over to the other side and bite another horse feeding from it. We have two just because we knew there would be moments when one of ours would not share. Most of the time they are fine side by side or across from each other, but our gelding does on some days decide he will push our mare away. We do LOVE the feeder. Very safe, easy to use, easy to clean and it should last us for many years. The price might deter you, but it will pay you back since you won't be wasting hay.
Reply · Report · Becky M on Nov 12, 2013
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If I were to order 6 of these feeders when is the soonest you could ship them to Stephenville, TX?
shelbs1313 on Aug 22, 2016
Best Answer: I would call Stateline customer Support for this question. Congrats on the decision to get these! I ordered 2 (separate orders), first one took about 2 weeks 2nd one about a month... But absolutely the BEST thing I ever bought for my horses!
Reply · Report · Catalin G on Aug 23, 2016
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What size are the screws? I have lost 2 and need to replace them. I guess I could take it apart, but would rather not...help
Michele O on Mar 6, 2016
Best Answer: I will have to check mine and get back to you ok?

Reply · Report · Robin S on Mar 6, 2016
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