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Automatic Horse Feeder Review from HorseNation.com

"This was his second morning with the feeder. Clearly he already knows it should be feeding him at 7:00. ;) Note his "hurry the freak up" dance and then mild spook when it does." 
Morgane Schmidt Gabriel 



 

So my husband, the non-horsey but very much so airplane/engineer type, is always on me about how much more quickly I could get barn work done if I just took the time to do it his way instead of my (stupid) “the way it’s always been done” way. One of his fabulous ideas was what he calls the “Hay Crane.” This is some conglomeration of pulleys and zip-lines that would allow you to whiz an entire bale of hay down the barn aisle on a string in the air. As you might guess, I have not allowed this contraption to go up, despite his insistence that I’m missing out.

Although I may have an aversion to things I believe might get me or one of my horses killed, I am not actually against technology or automation at the barn. So when I was perusing the interwebz late one evening, and came across the EEZKEEPER, I was instantly intrigued.

The EEZKEEPER is essentially a giant hay vending machine that allows you to program when it dispenses hay to your beasts. Who WOULDN’T want one?

The Beastlet enjoying his horsey vending machine, courtesy of EEZKEEPER.

I knew pretty much instantly that I needed to try this thing so I reached out to the company and was generously allowed to give it a go. After the last few months of using it, I can confidently say that the EEZKEEPER is pretty awesome. Here’s why:

What It Does:

The EEZKEEPER is an automatic feeder that lets you program up to ten different feeding times. You can also program different feeding times for different days of the week too. So for instance, if you’re boring like me, you just set it to feed at four different times during the day all seven days a week. But for the more daring, you could set it to feed at 7:00 am and 5:00 pm on Monday through Friday and then at 8:00 am and 6:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Or even at 6:45 am and 6:00 pm Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, then at 7:00 am and 7:00 pm for Tues and Wednesday, and finally 7:30 am and 5:30 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Certainly my example times are arbitrary, but you get the point: you have options!

Read the full review of the EEZ Keeper Horse Feeder on HorseNation.com

 

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