Slow Hay Feeder & Soaker


 Second Only To Nature

Approved, Owned and Sold by Veterinarians and Equine Dentists!
See for yourself why stabled horses prefer the Porta-Grazer™ slow hay feeder over other feeding methods

For those who live in Australia!
Please visit –  Porta-Grazer in Australia

For those who live in Europe
Please visit- Porta-Grazer in Europe

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The Horse Show with Rick Lamb on RFD-TV did a segment on the Porta-Grazer™
Rick and Walt discuss how its designed to work and the benefits of using this natural grazing slow feeder
*Filmed at the beautiful Intrepid Farms during the Light Hands Clinic where Porta-Grazer™ was a vendor.

 To see more of Rick Lamb on RFD-TV click the picture below



Cut-away video showing how Porta-Grazer™  works with all types of hay.

Please Note:
The video is an old one,showing the first generation Porta-Grazer, the phone number shown was our old number. The correct number is 208-253-3330



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 The Porta-Grazer is an integral part of the operations of Booralite Park and Peter Moody Racing, two very respected names in Australian Thoroughbred racing 


The Patented Locking System Keeps the Pan Secured in the Feeder Even When Rolled Around.

Porta-Grazer™ comes with several options to choose from whether you need a Mini, XL,
Corner Feeder, or a Soaker with auto shut off. All models include a drain plug.
Different pan hole sizes to choose from to insure the best fit for your equines needs

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No More Messy Hay Nets!!
Hay nets are wasteful, and even if your horse does eat the hay that lands on the ground, he is ingesting the dirt, sand, parasites etc … Not good at all!

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Porta-Grazer™ Prevents & Treats
Many Digestive Ailments
  • Sand Colic
  • Impaction Colic
  • Ulcers
  • Laminitis
  • Founder
  • Parasites
  • Weight Control
  • Insulin Resistance
  • COPD
  • TMJ
  • Choke
  • Bad Stall Habits, such as chewing wood, kicking walls, cribbing, weaving and more
  • Conformation- Back, Hock, Neck issues
  • Dunking/Soaking

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