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Hay Is For Horses! - Quiz

Hay feeders, bags, nets and accessories.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Select all of the following brands that offer a slow-feeder style hay bag or net.

    • A.

      Freedom Feeder

    • B.

      Toklat

    • C.

      Cashel

    • D.

      NibbleNet

    • E.

      World Class Equine

    • F.

      Hold Your Horses

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Freedom Feeder
    C. Cashel
    D. NibbleNet
    Explanation
    Freedom Feeder, Cashel, and NibbleNet are the correct answers because these brands offer a slow-feeder style hay bag or net.

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  • 2. 

    Slow feeding is a natural approach to feeding horses and is the best option for every horse.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    Slow feeding is a more natural approach to feeding horses in a manner that better imitates the natural eating tendencies of horses in the wild; however, slow feeding may not always be the best option for EVERY horse. Each horse has individual needs and slow-feeding may not be effective for every horse ever.

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  • 3. 

    A customer calls needing a hay bag to endure her playful horse's ravenous eating habits - she is most concerned about durability but also wants something that is easy to load and hang in various places because she is always moving her horses around. What would be the best feed bag or net to recommend?

    • A.

      Hold Your Horses Mega Mesh Bag - It holds a lot of hay but is lightweight so its easier to handle.

    • B.

      Professional's Choice Slow Feeder Hay Bag - it has a removable strap so its easy to hang and an easy top-loading design.

    • C.

      Niblet Hay Net - Its so cheap that she can just buy extras in case her horses break the first ones!

    • D.

      NibbleNet Hay Bag - It has a durability guarantee and several d-ring options and two straps for versatile and easy hanging

    Correct Answer
    D. NibbleNet Hay Bag - It has a durability guarantee and several d-ring options and two straps for versatile and easy hanging
    Explanation
    The Hold Your Horses bag is made of durable mesh, but it doesn't have as many hanging or attachment options as other designs. We have received a lot of negative feedback regarding the quality of both the Pro Choice Bags and the Niblet Nets - I would not recommend these to a customer looking for an extra durable hay feeder.

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  • 4. 

    A customer called looking for a slow-feeder bag for her insulin-resistant horse who needs his hay soaked for every feeding. She is older and not very strong, so she doesn't want something that is too heavy because the hay will already be heavy when wet. Which bag would you recommend?

    • A.

      Hold Your Horses Mesh Bag - The full mesh construction is perfect for soaking hay.

    • B.

      NibbleNet - It is waterproof and durable and good to use for soaking.

    • C.

      Freedom Feeder Mini - it is lightweight and easy to soak hay.

    • D.

      Cashel Mesh Bottom Bag - The mesh bottom allows water to escape from the bottom, but gives the hay a longer soaking time.

    Correct Answer
    C. Freedom Feeder Mini - it is lightweight and easy to soak hay.
    Explanation
    Neither the Hold Your Horses or Cashel Mesh Bottom bag are "slow-feeder" style, so those will not appeal to this customer. Though the NibbleNet is a possible solution, it is MUCH heavier than the Freedom Feeder or other net slow-feeders and might be more difficult for her to manage with the heavier weight of wet hay.

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  • 5. 

    What makes the large cotton hay net different from the other hay net options we carry?

    • A.

      It is much larger with much larger holes.

    • B.

      It is not a slow-feed hay net.

    • C.

      The material is 100% cotton rather than a blend or a synthetic alternative.

    • D.

      All of the above.

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above.
    Explanation
    The large cotton hay net is different from the other hay net options because it is much larger with much larger holes, it is not a slow-feed hay net, and the material is 100% cotton rather than a blend or synthetic alternative.

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  • 6. 

    Identify this hay feeder.

    • A.

      Cashel Hay Handler

    • B.

      World Calss Equine Waterproof Half Hay Bale Bag Cover

    • C.

      Cashel Mesh Bottom Hay Bag

    • D.

      Corner or Slant Load Trailer Feed/Hay Bag

    Correct Answer
    D. Corner or Slant Load Trailer Feed/Hay Bag
    Explanation
    The correct answer is the Corner or Slant Load Trailer Feed/Hay Bag. This type of hay feeder is specifically designed to be used in corner or slant load trailers. It is designed to hang securely in the trailer and provide easy access for horses to eat hay while on the go. This hay bag is a convenient and practical option for feeding horses during transportation.

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  • 7. 

    What are all the benefits of using the Cashel Hay Handler?

    • A.

      Less hay waste.

    • B.

      Hay is protected from rain, weather or elements during transport from hay barn to feeder.

    • C.

      It doubles as a hay carrier and feeder.

    • D.

      It protects the hay tosser from hay being blown back against them as they drop it over the other side of the fence.

    • E.

      It protects hay carrier from irritation from the scratchy hay.

    • F.

      It makes it much easier to carry more than one hay flake at a time.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Less hay waste.
    B. Hay is protected from rain, weather or elements during transport from hay barn to feeder.
    D. It protects the hay tosser from hay being blown back against them as they drop it over the other side of the fence.
    E. It protects hay carrier from irritation from the scratchy hay.
    F. It makes it much easier to carry more than one hay flake at a time.
    Explanation
    The Cashel Hay Handler offers several benefits. Firstly, it reduces hay waste, ensuring that more of the hay is utilized effectively. Additionally, it protects the hay from rain, weather, and other elements during transport from the hay barn to the feeder. It also serves as both a hay carrier and feeder, providing convenience and efficiency. Moreover, it safeguards the hay tosser from hay being blown back against them while dropping it over the fence. Lastly, it protects the hay carrier from irritation caused by scratchy hay and allows for easier carrying of multiple hay flakes at once.

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  • 8. 

    We carry the replacement strap for the Niblet Hay Net.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    Close, but no. We carry the replacement strap for the NibbleNet Hay Bag, not Niblet nets. :D

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  • 9. 

    Grazing muzzles have a small hole at the bottle of the muzzle that allows small pieces of grass to come through for the horse to eat. This regulates the amount of grass intake during pasture time, allowing the horse to be on pasture with his buddies without getting a little too chunky!

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    Grazing muzzles indeed have a small hole at the bottom to allow small pieces of grass to pass through for the horse to eat. This feature helps regulate the amount of grass intake, preventing the horse from overeating and becoming overweight. By using a grazing muzzle, the horse can still enjoy pasture time with other horses while maintaining a healthy weight. Therefore, the statement is true.

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  • 10. 

    What is the most important factor for customers to understand before they purchase any net from the Freedom Feeder line?

    • A.

      The Freedom Feeder nets require special knowledge to use and set up.

    • B.

      The Freedom Feeder nets are part of a full-time, restricted feed system that takes time for transition.

    • C.

      Slow feeding solves most of the digestive issued experienced by horses.

    • D.

      They hay nets fit A LOT of hay, and need to be stuffed full.

    Correct Answer
    B. The Freedom Feeder nets are part of a full-time, restricted feed system that takes time for transition.
    Explanation
    Before purchasing any net from the Freedom Feeder line, the most important factor for customers to understand is that these nets are part of a full-time, restricted feed system that requires a transition period. This means that it will take time for the horses to adjust to the new feeding system and for the customers to learn how to properly use and set up the nets.

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  • 11. 

    Check off all of the features or benefits that the Porta Grazer offers.

    • A.

      The handles allow it to be secured in a stall or on a fence, and keep it from rolling away if it stands free and gets knocked over.

    • B.

      The feed pad inside the bucket can rotate, allowing the horse to reach different areas of hay or pellets as they eat.

    • C.

      The top lid doubles as a water pan while traveling.

    • D.

      The holes in the feed pan are 2" diameter holes, maintaining a maximum slow-feeding consumption rate.

    • E.

      It is constructed from food-grade plastic and designed to endure the rugged pasture life.

    • F.

      The feed pan is secured by an interlocking ridge system at the top, ensuring that it will not fall out even when the grazer is knocked over.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. The handles allow it to be secured in a stall or on a fence, and keep it from rolling away if it stands free and gets knocked over.
    B. The feed pad inside the bucket can rotate, allowing the horse to reach different areas of hay or pellets as they eat.
    C. The top lid doubles as a water pan while traveling.
    E. It is constructed from food-grade plastic and designed to endure the rugged pasture life.
    F. The feed pan is secured by an interlocking ridge system at the top, ensuring that it will not fall out even when the grazer is knocked over.
    Explanation
    The holes in the feed pan are actually 3.5" in diameter. The design still promotes slow-feeding, but the holes are certainly easier to eat from than one of the slow-feeder nets with 2" holes.

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  • 12. 

    Identify this bag:

    • A.

      Hold Your Horses Handy Hay & Gear Bag

    • B.

      Cashel Hay & Gear Bag

    • C.

      Easycare Stowaway Hay & Gear Bag

    • D.

      Professional's Choice Folding Hay/Grain Bag Feeder

    Correct Answer
    C. Easycare Stowaway Hay & Gear Bag
    Explanation
    The correct answer is the Easycare Stowaway Hay & Gear Bag. The other options mentioned are different brands or models of bags.

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  • 13. 

    Which Hay Net is this?

    • A.

      NibbleNet Slow Feeder Hay Bag

    • B.

      Professional's Choice Medium Slow Feeder Bag

    • C.

      Niblet Slow Feeder Hay Net

    • D.

      Freedom Feeder Extended Day Slow Feeder Hay Net

    Correct Answer
    A. NibbleNet Slow Feeder Hay Bag
    Explanation
    This question asks to identify a specific hay net from the given options. The correct answer is "NibbleNet Slow Feeder Hay Bag."

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