Soaking Hay Has Never Been So Easy

The Haycube streamlines hay soaking with a simple four-step process.
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Tried, tested, and designed with input from a large pool of equine experts, the Haycube makes light work of hay soaking and trickle feeding. One product really does do it all!

Fill, Soak, Drain, Feed = Effortless Hay Management.

The Haycube streamlines hay soaking with a simple four-step process: fill, soak, drain, and feed. No more wrestling with heavy wet hay nets!

Reduced Waste and Mess: The built-in drain plug allows for easy water removal with minimal effort and greatly reduced mess.

Effortless Hay Delivery: The Haycube is sturdy, yet lightweight, and its robust wheels allow for easy transport from soaking area to stall or paddock. Simply tilt the Haycube onto its wheel and either push or pull the Haycube to the stall or paddock and deliver perfectly soaked hay direct to your horse.

Slower Consumption: The trickle feeder grill promotes a slower eating pace, preventing boredom, gastric ulcers, and aiding weight management.

Safe and Secure: The Haycube comes complete with a wall bracket attachment for secure placement, preventing spills and ensuring your horse’s safety.

Hay soaking really could not be any more straightforward!

Take a look at our website www.haycubeusa.com to find out more and watch our “How to use a Haycube” video.

We are also excited to announce that the Haycube is now available to order via Smartpak and Amazon.

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