It’s not only important whát you feed your horse but als how. Horses are designed to eat off the ground which is evident in the fact that lower jaw slides forward into proper grinding position. Eating from shoulder high feeders results in improperly chewed food, uneven tooth wear, decreased saliva, and respiratory issues from dust and hay pieces. For consumption of Hay you could use a slowfeeder net, close to the ground. If the ground is clean you can also provide the hay directly from the ground, but you risk the hay gets dirty. A slowfeeder net will prevent spillige, but be aware the holes in the net are not too small. The net should not be too 'slow' as it frustrates your horse and prevents him of eating sufficient roughage. The Metazoa SuperFit broxxx is best fed in a bucket on the ground. Never throw the food on a sandy ground, as your horse may risk sand colic.