Classic Equine
Top Load Hay Bag
Barn and Stable Misc



Manufacturer: Classic Equine
Model: Top Load Hay Bag
Category: Barn and Stable Misc

Purchase: I purchased this feedbag at Tractor Supply for $18 on sale. They retail normally for $22. I needed a feedbag for my gobble-gobble Oldenburg who never took a break while eating. He was always throwing his hay out of the regular feeders he had and was tearing them up real bad.

Likes: This feedbag is NICE. It keeps the hay in the bag and doesn't allow the horse to pull it out and defeat the purpose. It has a mesh screen on the bottom to let dust/debri fall out so your horse doesn't eat/inhale it. It has slots in the front that allow the horse to "graze" and take their time while eating which is better for digestion. I also love how there's a flap on top that has tuff velcro on the back of the feeder which makes it impossible for the horse to open it.

Dislikes: I don't like taking the feedbag off the pipe corral (unhooking the straps) every time when I have to fill it up but other than that, nothing!

Quality: This bag is made of tough cordura. It has a mesh screen on the bottom of the bag to sift dust/dirt/debris. It has 8 small squares on the front that are "checkered" which keeps the horse from gobbling his food too fast and causes them to take breaks and "graze". It also has two bars inside the closure flap and has strong velcro to make those bars join and then an extra flap that goes over the bars that stays put and the horse can't figure out how to open it. It has strong adjustable cordura straps on each side that you can hang just about anywhere. I hang it on a pipe panel and it works great. The swivel clips attach to alternate tough rings to keep the feedbag level and so they can't fling the bag over the fence. These feedbags come in different funky colors, so if you want to add some flair to your barn, this is the bag that'll do it. I got brown because that's all they had at the store at the time.

Summary: I'm going to get another one for my Arabian. I've noticed that my Oldenburg, who is "Mr. Chow Hound" takes longer to eat his food and has a better sense of well-being when I take him out to ride. It also causes your horse to be patient while you are filling up the bag and they just watch calmly when you do that. This is the best feedbag we've seen!

Rating: 5

Author: Ashley

Date: 0000-00-00

Usefulness Rating: 0 out of 5.
1 reader(s) voted.

Please give us your opinion..





Other Reviews You May Find Interesting 


Nibblenet slow feed net Barn and Stable Misc
Behlen Stall Panels Barn and Stable Misc
Bitterlicks Cribbing Spray Barn and Stable Misc
Professionals Choice Zebra Striped Hay Bag Barn and Stable Misc
Trails West Adventure Trailer Barn and Stable Misc
Health EZ Hay Feeder Barn and Stable Misc
Smart Tie Products The Clip Barn and Stable Misc
TDS Horse Transportation LLC truck #1 and truck #2 Barn and Stable Misc
Cox Equine Transport Horse Transportation Barn and Stable Misc
TDS Transport, LLC Horse Transport Services Barn and Stable Misc
Nelson Mfg Model 700 Waterers Barn and Stable Misc
Tough-1 Waterproof Light Weight Blanket Barn and Stable Misc
Heated Pirit Hose Pirit heated hose 25 Foot Barn and Stable Misc
Sweet PDZ Granular Ammonia Neutralizer Barn and Stable Misc
Happy Horse Products Traveler Hay Steamer Barn and Stable Misc
Nelson 900 Series Horse Waterer Barn and Stable Misc
Suncoast Horse Bedding 8 cubic ft. mini-flakes Barn and Stable Misc
Brookside Rolling Bale Bag Barn and Stable Misc
Nose-It! Inc. 10" and 8" Nose-It! Barn and Stable Misc
Nose It Nose It Barn and Stable Misc

2004-2012 Horse Tack Review



 Horse Tack Review Home


 Shop For Tack
 Back in the Saddle
 Boot Barn
 Dover Saddlery
 Equestrian Collections
 Horse.com
 HorseLoverZ.com
 State Line Tack

 Help Us Support
 Bright Futures Farm


 Horse Tack Reviews
 Submit Your Own Review!
 Search Review Database
 All Reader Reviews
 Staff Reviews
 Submit a Product for Review

 English Tack Reviews
 Dressage Saddles
 Jumping Saddles
 Close Contact Saddles
 All Purpose Saddles
 English Saddle Fittings/Pads
 English Bridles
 English Bridle Accessories
 English Show Apparel
 English Casual Apparel
 English Chaps/Boots/Helmets
 English Miscellaneous

 Western Tack Reviews
 Barrel Saddles
 Reining Saddles
 Roping Saddles
 Show Saddles
 Trail Saddles
 Western Saddle Fittings/Pads
 Western Bridles
 Western Bridle Accessories
 Western Show Apparel
 Western Casual Apparel
 Western Chaps/Boots/Hats
 Western Miscellaneous

 Horse Gear Reviews
 Horse Boots and Wraps
 Halters/Ropes/Leads
 Horse Health and Well Being
 Horse Apparel
 Horse Treats
 Horse Miscellaneous

 Barn & Stable Reviews
 Fly Control
 Gifts/Books/Videos
 Grooming Equipment
 Stable Accessories
 Tack Room
 Training Equipment
 Barn and Stable Misc

 Articles
 Barn and Stable Articles
 English Articles
 Feature and Misc Articles
 Grooming Articles
 Horse Care & Health Articles
 Horse Related Gift Articles
 News and Events
 Training Articles
 Western Articles

 Other Features
 About Us / Contact Information
 Articles & Subjects By Date
 Article Archives
 Join Our Mailing List
 Privacy Policy