To help make filling hay nets easier, put the net in an empty trash can as if it were a garbage bag. Stretch the opening around the trash can so you have a large open space that you can easily put hay flakes in to fill the bag. This tip will also keep the hay from getting all over your feed room’s floor.
Neat and Tidy
Keep your tack room organized all year with these helpful products.
1. Simplify Supplements
Avoid clutter by using SmartPaks—custom-made, pre-measured doses of your horse’s supplements that
come in a handy drawer. Visit smartpakequine.com for more info.
2. Lock it Away
Keep moisture, rodents, and bugs out of your feed. This bin has a sealed fit to keep grain fresh, and can store up to 300 pounds of feed. $169.99; sstack.com.
3. Save Your Scoops
Cut down on the number of scoops you have in your feed room by using an all-in-one scoop with measurements on the side, so you always know how much you’re feeding. $9.88; jtidist.com.