Tough-1 Premium Corner Feeder

$13.49

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Tough-1® Premium Corner Feeder
 
Made from heavy denier web reinforcement and nylon mesh bottom.  Reinforced grommets at each corner, snaps not included.  Especially useful in slant trailers.
 
Size: 27" L x 21" W x 13"D
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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 1 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Corner feeder poor quality I received this feeder as a gift and used it for a total of one hour in my horse trailer before it was ripped to shreds. My horse is NOT destructive therefore it shows that this product is made of poor quaility materials. Not only did two of the grometed areas tear but the bottom of the feeder literally shredded. June 30, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by Don't Waste Your Money This is not the product offered in the catalog, which has nylon straps that last much longer than the "reinforced grommets". None of the feeders I have purchased with the grommets have made it past one trailer ride. The slightest downward pressure by the horse immediately rips them from the edge of the feeder, rendering it useless. Even worse, once it is dangling it becomes a major hazard for your horse. November 29, 2010
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