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The Hay-Mizer® vs conventional hay feeders

The following four pictures were taken over the same time period in the same general area.  The left side shows the Hay-Mizer® and the right side shows hay being fed conventionally.  Compare the amount of hay wasted and the amount of manure and wasted hay that accumulates.

This feeder has not been moved for over 9 months.  The manure pile off to the right is the total accumulation of waste over a 9 month period of time.  The pile is so small because very little hay has been wasted from the feeder.

This lot shows cattle being fed from a ring feeder.  Notice that the feeder has been moved several times leaving a trail of wasted hay piles.  If your lots look like this, you are wasting both hay and money and you need to invest in a Hay-Mizer®.

Only the Hay-Mizer® feeder is proven to be 95% efficient in the feeding of hay!  The Hay-Mizer® is also the heaviest built longest lasting hay feeder on the market.  It simply is  "The best cone feeder in the country, coast to coast" 

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Even other so called "Hay Saving" feeders still waste lots of hay.  Notice the hay falling out the bottom of these feeders as well as being pulled out by the cattle.

The Hay-Mizer® at work in the winter!   Very little hay has been pulled out and tromped into the snow and mud.  This feeder always stays in the same place and does not need to be moved because of a buildup of waste.

Ring feeders allow a large percentage of the hay to be wasted as the cattle can pull they hay out of the feeder and let it drop to the ground.  Notice also the large pile of built up wasted hay off to the right.

Notice how the Hay-Mizer® for yearlings feeder keeps the calves from pulling hay out of the feeder and wasting it on the ground.  This is one of the reasons why the Hay-Mizer® is 95% efficient in feedin hay.

Notice the holes that these calves have made into the side of the bale.  Much of this hay was not eaten, but pulled out and dropped on the ground.  This makes for very expensive bedding for the calves!

The Hay-Mizer® hay feeder.  Notice how little hay has been dropped out of the feeder and is being stepped on.  With $100 per ton hay, how much is this feeder saving  you?

A conventional "ring" style hay feeder.  Notice how much hay is being wasted and tromped into the mud.  With $100 per ton hay, how much is this feeder really costing you?

This is not just a hay feeder - it is a CAPITAL INVESTMENT!

The Hay-Mizer® is designed and built by David Lovell of Pella, IA.
877-828-1972    dave@haymizer.com

The Hay-Mizer® is protected under US Patent #D451649

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