Klára Žáková

Klára Žáková

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For those of you who feed round bale hay know, the hardest part is keeping the bale dry so it doesn't mold before the animals have time to finish eating it.   Rain and warm air can destroy a bale in as little as 24 hours!   This simple round ...

For those of you who feed round bale hay know, the hardest part is keeping the bale dry so it doesn't mold before the animals have time to finish eating it. Rain and warm air can destroy a bale in as little as 24 hours! This simple round .

If I did not already own a Hayhut, I would build this.  Feeds one round bale or six to eight square bales. All treated wood, solid roof sheathing, keeps hay off the ground, virtually eliminates waste and spoilage. Every edge is chamfered for horse safety. Built on skids, the unit is completely portable, so I can move it to fresh ground or another field anytime, pulling it with a pickup truck. It wasn't cheap, but it has paid for itself in savings in hay.

Feeds one round bale or six to eight square bales. All treated wood, solid roof sheathing, keeps hay off the ground, virtually eliminates waste and spoilage. Every edge is chamfered for horse safety. Built on skids, the unit is completely portable.

Goat Milking Stand

Portable Livestock Shelters For All Your Animal Shelters Needs: Poultry – Rabbits – Waterfowl – Pigeons – Goats – Sheep – Hogs – Calf – Calves - Cattle

plastic garbage can with the flip up handles to make filling hay bags. We use granite screenings in our stalls over which we put restaurant grade anti fatigue rubber mats (3x3each) that have holes in them. Allows urine to percolate down through the screenings and keeps stall floor dry and easy to clean. Mats prevent ponies from ingesting dirt/screenings. Last a long time and are easy to move & clean. More

Plastic garbage can with the flip up handles to make filling hay bags. We use granite screenings in our stalls over which we put restaurant grade anti fatigue rubber mats that have holes in them.