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Contest ends October 31, 2018. Enter to win in 2 easy steps:
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1. Visit our online store and choose the Hay Pillow® slow feed hay bag style and mesh size you would like to win.
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What Our Customers Have To Say:
Siridian Miss Molly is a 16-year-old Morgan mare and an easy keeper who can’t have too much pasture. Her Hay Pillow keeps her busy and happy for hours in the “Diet Paddock.” You can see that her friend Mr. Quimby, who has access to the whole pasture, is looking in wistfully—maybe wishing he had a Hay Pillow, too? ~Joan
I love this bag for my goats. They now have hay available 24/7. I no longer have to spend time cleaning up wasted trampled hay or go out to feed early in the morning. ~Diane
I’ve been looking at these pillows for a long time. I have an IR/diabetic horse and easy keeper Icelandic and a mini donkey. Controlling their feed is a must. These pillows are just the ticket. The boys love their pillows and we use them in the field as well as in the paddock. What a wonderful way to mimic natural grazing! ~Tammy
Lily and Pip having breakfast before the rains of Hurricane Florence arrive! We love 2 things. Our mini and our goats mastered grazing from their hay pillow in 10 minutes. And when Florence does arrive, I’ll toss it in their stall and their hay won’t be blown to Texas! ~Libby
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Monique Warren invented the Hay Pillow® slow feeder and is the owner of Hay Pillow Inc.