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Trying out the dodecahedral Nose-It!
Two-foot square plywood tray lets the hay cubes spread out.
Pasture Pal on feeder base (no longer manufactured)
Horseplay's brackets for their 6"x8" stall toy. Their website: http://www.horseplayproducts.com/index.htm
Nose-It! toys near the plastic trough one had been in.
Ally loves these things. ~JoAnn
The "Snack Bar" in use -- day one.
The "Snack Bar" worked well for six weeks. Then the dowel snapped in half from Stella's pawing.
Although the bottles had to be loaded one cube at a time, having more than one bottle on the dowel allowed the horse to play with the first one while I was loading the others.
One of the bottles has a larger hole cut under the handle, which I used to pour the crumbs through from a TubTrug flexible bucket.
I think this design would work well either with an additional brace in the center, or half-sized with two vinegar bottles instead of four.