The Hay Bale Holders provide for the feeding of baled hay-type food to animals. The invention is made in two different models; one for use with small square bales, and one for use with large round bales.
Inventors Russell B. Getz and Mary E. Getz of Robesonia, PA have created holders for the feeding of baled hay-type food to animals. The invention is made in two different models; one for use with small square bales, and one for use with large round bales.
Keeping farm animals, such as horses and goats is a never-ending task, requiring one to constantly feed, groom, and clean up after the animals. Many of these animals eat baled hay as their primary food. However, much of the food ends up on the ground, and becomes trampled and wasted. This can become costly. While the user can give the animal a little amount of hay at a time to help reduce waste, it quickly becomes a time-consuming effort to replenish the feed. In more serious situations, this exposes the animal care giver to possible injury from trampling, kicking, or even biting from certain animals, due to their close proximity to the feeding animal. Inventors Getz have created a means by which animals can be fed hay-style feed, without waste or other issues.
This clever new invention is easy and convenient. It is perfect for reducing feed costs. It slows hay consumption for a more natural way to feed. It provides for 24-7 hay access. It is great for farms, zoos, nature centers, and the like. The use of the Hay Bale Holders allow for the feeding of baled type food to almost any type animal without waste of the food, in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.