Feed Rite Horse Feed Bag

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Feed Rite Horse Feed Bag

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The Feed Rite Horse Feed Bag is made with a breathable coated mesh, adjustable strap, durable snap, and elastic strap that retracts as grain is eaten. Read More

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Feed Rite Horse Feed Bag

The Feed Rite Feed Bag for horses is a spill-proof design and eliminates feed waste due to sloppy eating, bullying and head tossing.

Feed Rite Bag Features:

  • breathable coated mesh
  • adjustable strap
  • durable snap
  • elastic strap

Sizes: Pony, Horse or Draft


  • Brand: Cashel, Co.
  • Type: Bag
  • Size: Pony,Horse,Draft

Reviews (21)

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Not the same. "

    I have bought these for years and they used to last. I don’t know what the manufacturer did, but they fall apart now. Mine are cleaned and hung up after use, but they fall apart. I’m not buying again.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "New design has ruined these"

    These were great feed bags. I have used for years on pasture horses, old horses and horses on meds. Unfortunately the bottom seam and seam binding have now been placed on the inside of the bag.. Feed gets trapped between side of the bag and seam binding. If you don't turn bag inside out and wash after every use you will have mold growing. Also now with this you can't be sure if horses are getting all supplements or meds anymore. Won't buy again until this is changed back

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "horse feed bag"

    now this is a good feed bag. heavy enough for horses not to chew thru the bottom as easily. fits all my horses well.

  4. 1.0 out of 5 stars

    "feed rite bag"

    Ridiculous - more blood blisters on my fingers than I can count. Hard round nose entry - difficult on so many levels. Would love to return the unused one.

  5. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Great for paddock feeding"

    We feed up to six pounds (yes, we have some hard keeping OTTBs) twice a day, including supplements like oil and powders. We've had some last five years, some three, and that's with a few cribbers in the mix that try to crib through the bag. If a horse does rip the bag by pawing, I've been able to resew the seams and have the fix hold. (Waxed cotton cord works great). Great to feed horses that try to avoid grain, or small herds with grain hogs.

  6. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "No problem with horse size"

    I got a draft size for my 14-3 geriatric Appy, who lost feed looking to see what the other horses were doing. It was way too big, with the bag almost up to her eyes. I then got a horse size and learned how to set it up (the internet is wonderful) and she no longer rests the food bag on the ground to eat--just a few taps to move the last bit around. I feed her 3.5# per feeding.

  7. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Great help"

    I bought one for an older horse that dropped food. I use the small buckets inside and get draft size. I liked it so much I bought 2 more to use on my other horses. they have learned to wait until I take it off. No more problems with horses trying to steat anothers food

  8. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "best feed bag"

    I have a couple hard-keeper thoroughbreds that need a bit more food than my others, so as another reviewer suggested, I purchased the draft sized bag for those guys. My only complaint with the feed bags is that if you add any powdery/granular supplements to your feed, it can sift/blow out of the mesh sides. I discovered that the 8qt 'personal pails' fit down inside the draft bags perfectly. So, I leave the feed in the small buckets, drop them down into the bags, and then slip over the horses' ears. Works perfectly, and I'm now satisfied that my horses are getting the full amounts of their supplements.

  9. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Good, if monitored"

    I have purchased 6 of these bags. My first review was that they are excellent. After having them for a few months, if the horse is not monitored until the last kernel of grain is consumed, you risk them shredding the front bottom seam of the bag. This x 4 adds up. I had the draft size bag, which I HIGHLY recommend if you feed 2+ scoops of grain. If less than 2 scoops, the horse size will work. The horse size won't work for me with my geriatric horses who require more senior feed. I'd get the DRAFT size if I order again, and watch them like a hawk so as to not destroy the front bottom seam again (which SHOULD be reinforced to make this a perfect product).

  10. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Best training aid ever"

    Yes I use it to teach many calm behaviors. Horses learn to enjoy being saddled and groomed when it means food. They don't hold a lot 1-2 lbs, and if left on too long they wear out the bottom eventually. Also feeding time is much calmer when the boss horse has a feed bag to deep down the fuss and fighting.

  11. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Great Product"

    No wasted grain, no fat mare sharing grain with my older horse. Love it.

  12. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "AWESOME and worth the money!"

    Have had two of these for a few months and use them twice daily. No complaints. I can give my horses dewormer and supplemts in their feed and they have no choice but to consume it all. Will definitely purchase more if these ever give out. I've recouped the cost of them in feed that would have otherwise been dropped and wasted. Highly recommend these.

  13. 2.0 out of 5 stars

    "It falls apart"

    I bought this bag with the thought that my horse is not that hard on stuff so this should be fine.. but it fell apart on the second day. It is a nice feed bag and the size is good but the bottom mesh lets go of the stitching and they fall apart.

  14. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Great for older horses!"

    These are the best feed bags I've found! I have 10 horses and using these bags I'm sure each horse is getting the amount they need! The bags keep the dominant horses from taking feed from the horses lower on the pecking order! If they chase another horse, they just take their feed with them so the bullies give up! You must take off the bags as soon as the horse is finished or they will try to remove it themselves! That's the only time I've had to replace a bag. Good product that provides excellent durability!

  15. 3.0 out of 5 stars

    "Falls Apart Quickly"

    Its a great feed bag other than it doesn't last very long. I've had one that the strap ripped out from and two others that developed holes at the bottom where the mesh meets the bottom. Lasts about 6 months, tops. But probably pretty good for intermittent use.

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