Natural Alternative Grazers makes a slow feeder “N.A.G. Bag” for every grazing animal. Veterinarians and equine health professionals, stable managers, equine teaching facilities and owners are all seeing the benefits of using a N.A.G. Bag slow feeding system. At Natural Alternative Grazers our mission is for all stable, boarding, show and breeding facility horses to have access to hay at all times, as they would if they were grazing naturally. We have a N.A.G. bag to suit your feeding needs, be it large or small round bales, hands-free, large or small squares, flakes, stall or fence feeding, and 1” mesh for ponies or miniature animals. Benefits include but are not limited to slowing consumption, significant reduction of inhalant allergies, managing the obese or thin horse, and prevention of ulcers. For more information or to place an order visit http://www.slowfeeder.com
Northwest Horse Source Review: I’ve been using a hanging N.A.G. Bag for several months now. It’s very easy to soak hay prior to feeding and it’s great for keeping my mare busy for hours rather than eating so much at one time or wasting it. I take it with me on trail rides and even use in the horse trailer inside the feeder bag (tied thru rings of course). It’s made of very sturdy mesh material and no seams. I would recommend this for anyone. Karen Pickering, Publisher
Published December 2012 Issue
The Northwest Horse Source is an independently owned and operated print and online magazine for horse owners and enthusiasts of all breeds and disciplines in the Pacific Northwest. Our contemporary editorial columns are predominantly written by experts in the region, covering the care, training, keeping and enjoyment of horses, with an eye to the specific concerns in our region.