Are you looking for a round bale feeder that
will save your hay without breaking the bank? The Big Bale Buddy
keeps your hay clean and contained until your horses eat it. It catches
all the high nutrition chaff and makes it available for your horses to eat.
Small buddy fits bales up to 4 feet 4 inches in diameter.
Why stand by and see your high quality (and expensive)
hay used for bedding when there is an inexpensive, easy to use and safe
Super Strong and long lasting, UV protected.
Developed to withstand the harsh northern
Canadian weather. Does not freeze to the ground and stays flexible
in extreme cold. Tough, durable, rot and stain resistant, 1500 denier,
woven polypropylene with 2 years (1200 hours) of UV protection.
Special weave designed to allow
water that gets inside the feeder to seep out while moisture hitting the
outside of the Big Bale Buddy will be repelled, keeping your hay drier.
the risk of leg and neck injuries that can be caused by metal and
Quickly pays for itself in saved hay. The
Big Bale Buddy ensures that almost all your hay gets eaten.
Saves you money every time you feed! Pays
for itself in 6 to 12 uses and keeps on saving you money for years!
Feeding large bales without a feeder can waste
up to 1/3 of the bale.
Lightweight, easy to use, easy to care for and
A safe, affordable alternative to pen type
feeders; ideal for feeding large round bales to horses, cattle, llamas.
bison, deer and elk.
The Big Bale Buddy comes in 3 sizes:
the Small fits Bales up to 4' 4" ,the Large fits bale
up to 5' 2" and the Extra Large fits bales up to 6' in
( To find the diameter of your bale measure across the
flat end of the bale. )
How to Use:
Stand the bale on a flat end and remove all
strings and bindings from the Bale. Then hook the elastic opening over
the top edge of the bale all the way around. Next, tug the bag down evenly all
the way around the bale until it is completely covered. Then flip the bale over
onto its other flat end and tug the elastic up over the edge all the way around
so that is pulling in evenly toward the center of the bale. Your hay is now
ready to feed. If your bale is loosely rolled and tends to fall apart when the
strings are removed, the strings can be cut and taken off as you pull the Big
Bale Buddy down. If you are having trouble getting your Bale Buddy on some hay
can be removed from the outside of the bale and stuffed into the top after the
feeder is on the bale.