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Introducing iFEED Equine Slow Feeders


iFEED mimics your horse’s natural grazing behavior by automatically delivering feed in many small portions over the course of each day and night.

Small portions frequently – it is a simple concept, universally accepted by leading veterinarians and equine nutritionists as the correct way to feed horses.

In a perfect world, you could deliver individual handfuls of feed to your horse throughout the day and night. With iFEED, you can do just that for your horse. Deliver dozens, or even hundreds of small portions to your horse each day on a schedule you set.

iFEED (1) One Stall Starter Pack

(5 customer reviews)


  • Helps prevent ulcers and colic
  • Saves 20-30% on feed costs
  • Can be programmed to feed small meals up to 48 times per day
  • Safe for horses in all stages of life
  • Works great with most common feed. Grain, hay pellets, most senior/sweet feed





This bracket is only used when the iFEED unit is installed INSIDE the stall. It protects the activator at the bottom of the unit.

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The starter pack includes everything
to get one horse started on the iFEED system.

  • 1 (one) iFEED unit
  • 1 (one) power supply/timer pre-wired with 16 feet of main wire
  • 1 (one) funnel of your choice
  • Stainless steel bracket* (with inside stall installation)
  • 2 AMP power supply (can operate up to 16 units)
Additional Information
Weight 20 lbs
Dimensions 24 × 16 × 11 in
Reviews (5)

5 reviews for iFEED (1) One Stall Starter Pack

  1. Kristin W., DVM

    “I have an iFEED and I absolutely love it. It has literally saved me and my horse’s life. When my horse was diagnosed with gastric hyperkeratosis and needed frequent small meals of pellets only – no hay ever again – as part of the treatment protocol, iFEED was the only feeder that could deliver what he needed. He is fed 3 to 4 small portions every 30 minutes, 24 hours a day. The most natural way, given his unnatural diet! Many thanks to iFEED for all of their support and guidance along the way.”

  2. Amanda B.

    “When Chimera had a colic episode following his second impaction colic surgery, the recommendation was a low bulk diet consisting of grain and grass. I was overwhelmed trying to figure out how to manage winters as well as what to do at overnight shows and clinics. iFEED has been a complete game changer for us. Chi’s diet restrictions are no longer an issue. We have both a feeder for travel and one permanently mounted in his stall at home. He has maintained his physical condition and continues to actively compete in both dressage and vaulting. iFEED is not only a wonderful, durable product, but is also backed by unparalleled customer service.”

  3. Melinda K.

    “We have a horse that is prone to chronic colic and requires frequent feedings. The iFeed automatic feeder was recommended to us by our veterinarian and has made management of her feeding schedule a breeze. Being able to provide her with multiple small meals overnight has helped to give her many colic-free months. The feeder has also helped reduce her anxiety level in the stall as she has so many feedings to keep her occupied throughout the night. We’ve been very happy with the results we’ve seen from the iFeed system!”

  4. Lauren C.

    “After two colic surgeries, we were recommended to try the iFEED for our mare. It’s actually been pretty incredible! It’s helped her intestinal comfort level to be able to have food that processes through her body without actually irritating it. Since she is constantly eating means she’s happy, and she now has a pretty normal lifestyle with a feed program that allows her to stay comfortable and healthy. The whole thing has made a world of difference. The company was really helpful in installing the feeder and telling us how to use it. It’s nice because you can customize the program for the horse and you can fully manage the situation. We just took her to her first show as a test run to make sure it would work there, and we had it running at the show 24/7. It was really easy to move back and forth.”

  5. Bailey W.

    “The iFEED has been really great to have in our barn. The horses love it and I love that they get fed through the time they are in their stalls. I’ve noticed that new horses settle in quicker when they get the iFEED experience. Our feeders are used on all the horses, including the mares and foals. This way the foals seem to learn how to eat grain gradually.”

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iFEED can be installed on vertical bars, horizontal bars, mesh, and directly on wood walls. Installation hardware is included. Heavy duty zip ties work well too, and make it easy to move the unit if needed.

The 2 amp power supply can operate up to 16 units which makes it easy to add on to your system if you decide to put multiple horses on iFEED.

Add-on units and funnels are sold separately. This enables you to feed all your horses at the same time while still being able to feed each horse individual amounts.


  • Automatic feed dispenser for use inside or outside the stall
  • Dispenses most types of concentrated feed and hay pellets
  • Feed multiple horses simultaneously
  • Less stress and agitation during feeding times
  • Set individual feed amounts for each horse
  • Feed small portions up to 48 times in a 24 hour period
  • Significantly reduces risk of ulcers and colic
  • Up to 30% savings in feed
  • More flexibility and peace of mind for horse owners
  • Patented no-clog activator
  • Rodent resistant


iFEED unit:
Length: 21”
Width: 10”
Depth: 7”
Capacity: 12 pounds

Long:  10.5” L x 2.25” W
Short: 8.5” L x 3” W

Power supply:
Length: 8”
Width: 7”
Depth: 4”

Straight back trough: 15.5” wide x 13” deep (front to back) x 17” tall.

Slant back trough: 15.5” wide x 13” deep (front to back) + additional 6” for slant x 15.5” tall (incl. slant)

The Science Behind Smaller Portions

Horses have a small stomach, and produce acid constantly. Saliva helps to neutralize the acid, and buffers the sensitive lining of the stomach against the acid. But horses only produce saliva when they chew. Feeding large grain meals followed by hours of fasting overloads their sensitive digestive system, and will sooner or later cause digestive problems with your horse.

By delivering frequent small portions to your horse, you will virtually eliminate gastric ulcers, significantly reduce the risk of colic, and decrease stress in your horse. Reduced stress leads to calm feeding times and can help eradicate cribbing, weaving, stall walking and pawing, among other negative behaviors.

Installing iFEED

Installation is easy. This video walks you through the setup of an iFEED starter pack from start to finish. The starter pack can work with your existing feed bucket, or purchase an iFEED feed bucket for a complete, integrated set-up.