Love this idea.  My two Oberhaslis waste a ton of hay with their current feeder.  6/20/13:  Finally got it done.  Now to see how well it does. 7/8/2013: Seems to be working well.  There is still a bit of waste, after all they are goats, but no where near the amount I had before. 9/1/2013 - Need to make the holes smaller.  The goats figured out they could put their entire head in and began pulling out tons of .hay.  We took it down until they are older and now use a 1.5" Nibble Net.

Love this idea. My two Oberhaslis waste a ton of hay with their current feeder. 6/20/13: Finally got it done. Now to see how well it does. 7/8/2013: Seems to be working well. There is still a bit of waste, after all they are goats, but no where near the amount I had before. 9/1/2013 - Need to make the holes smaller. The goats figured out they could put their entire head in and began pulling out tons of .hay. We took it down until they are older and now use a 1.5" Nibble Net.

I want to see your mineral and hay feeders! - Page 5 - The Goat Spot - Goat Forum

I want to see your mineral and hay feeders! - Page 5 - The Goat Spot - Goat Forum

mmmm.... Interesting.... Goats would love this.  It would not work as a good winter shelter though and I am hoping for something that will look a little nicer as well

mmmm.... Interesting.... Goats would love this. It would not work as a good winter shelter though and I am hoping for something that will look a little nicer as well

Instructions for a Show goat Feeder  #goatvet likes its height as no faecal contamination possible

Instructions for a Show goat Feeder #goatvet likes its height as no faecal contamination possible

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