Basic Aluminum Cribbing Muzzle

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Basic Aluminum Cribbing Muzzle

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Product Summary:

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Nylon web muzzle comes with a rubber disc insert to convert to grazing muzzle as needed.  Padded noseband.  Four straps with "quick grip" fasteners attach to your halter.  Lightweight and strong aluminum frame. 
 
Horse size. 800-1100lbs

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I have a mare that just started at the age of eight chewing on fence posts
DeeDee P on Apr 7, 2017
I use them every summer and they are nice
Bernadette B on Nov 30, 2015
Light weight and the price was very competitive
Arthemise B B on Dec 3, 2016
We have a bully in the pasture who bites all the other horses!!! hope this prevents the biting.
lynn r on May 2, 2015
need a muzzle for my 7 month old colt so he doesn't nurse. What can I use ? I have them separated and have had for 3 months now. I need to bring them all together now for winter and don't want him to start sucking again.
A shopper on Oct 26, 2014
Best Answer: Might've too big for a young horse. There is potential for getting muzzle caught on things so I recommend a leather breakaway on the crown piece or a light leather halter. My horse cribbed and managed to break the times on the aluminium piece creating sharp edges Would suggest putting bad tasting stuff in teats
Reply · Report · Karen K on Nov 11, 2014
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Will this cause sores if used in pasture 24/7? I plan on taking the insert out and using it for a bully in pasture.
Rebecca H on Sep 16, 2016
Best Answer: Mine has never caused sores (although the chin strap on the halter holding it has, as the muzzle is quite heavy, and puts extra weight onto load-bearing parts of the halter). It would certainly stop biting, but be aware that the muzzle itself could also be used as a "weapon" by a bully. My darling mare who founders easily has inadvertently hurt both me and my gelding by "wholloping" us with the muzzle, by accident! You may want to go with one of the soft, webbing muzzles, although I've found that with ALL of these muzzles, the velcro either falls off or becomes so full of dirt, grass, hair etc. that I'm forced to use duct tape to keep them on. Benefit of this particular muzzle, of course, is that it doesn't get eaten through so quickly and it can be used with a break-away halter.
Reply · Report · Beth W on Sep 17, 2016
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does this come in a mini size?
Karry T on Sep 29, 2014
Best Answer: Did not see a mini size when I ordered, but don't have a mini. Bought for Arabians and Paint that chew on any wood they can find. Have not used yet due to covering the wood with wire which has stopped them from chewing for now. Would be my last resort to use the muzzle if nothing else worked and wanted it on hand. Must do some training first before just placing on the horse. Some horses would freak out if not introduced first.
Reply · Report · NANCY P on Mar 9, 2015
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Could you provide the dimensions of this product? What is the depth of the muzzle? This needs to fit a 13 hand pony.
Lorrie D on Apr 25, 2016
Best Answer: I'm sorry, the manufacturer does not provide exact measurements for this item. It is designed to fit an average horse 800-1,100 lbs.
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Apr 26, 2016
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It appears there is a rubber "bottom" that can be used to reduce grass intake. Is this correct? Does it fit inside the aluminum?
A shopper on Feb 22, 2017
Best Answer: Yes, there is a removable hard plastic piece that fits inside the aluminum part of the cribbing muzzle which allows the muzzle to do double duty as a grazing muzzle as well. I hope this helps!
Reply · Report · beth C on Feb 22, 2017
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Will this fit my Cob size Morgan?
A shopper on Mar 25, 2015
Best Answer: Because of the design mine fits my 15hh qh mare as well as my 14.3 2 year old qh and even fits my 17hh warmblood. Wonderful construction and none of them have managed to Houdini out of it to date.
Reply · Report · Linda D on Mar 25, 2015
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I have a pretty committed cribbed whose miracle collar rubs her as it's had to be adjusted tighter and is basically nonfunctional. She's also a pretty hard keeper and in with a horse who is a total food pig. They are separated for grain, but get hayed together and I'm worried this muzzle will restrict her ability to eat her hay. Any problems with this?
Matvey on Jun 2, 2016
Best Answer: My horse wasn't slowed down as far as eating hay and grass. I encountered other issues with the cribbing muzzle. The straps broke pretty soon after he began wearing it, which I fixed with hay string. He also wore through the aluminum pretty quickly grazing with everyday use. I went back to using a thin stirrup leather to prevent cribbing. Works best for him and doesn't cause sores. Hope this helps.
Reply · Report · Katie C on Jun 4, 2016
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