One-horse owner hay steamer from HAYGAIN, steams 8kg of hay

The HG One is designed to feed 1 horse* for everyday use on the yard
or for steaming hay when travelling to shows. Due to it’s lightweight
and compact design it is well suited to smaller yards and fits easily on
the lorry.

The HG One holds up to 8kgs of forage either in a
haynet or loose wedges. The robust chest allows temperatures to reach
over 100ºC – vital for killing mould spores and bacteria in the hay.

Quick and easy to use, the HG One steams forage in
approximately 60 minutes using a 1.5 kW steam generator with a water
capacity of 3.5 litres sufficient for one steaming cycle. The steam
generator features a stainless steel boiler shell and the specially
designed heating element is located outside the boiler, thus reducing
damage from limescale build-up; this extends the life of the element

The HG One’s lid is double-skinned for exceptional strength and
thermal efficiency in all ambient temperatures without compromising on
performance. The lid has been designed with special “pockets” that allow
the condensation to collect and then fall back evenly onto the hay.

Comes with:

  • 2 Descaler sachets
  • Filling Funnel


  • Weight: 23kg (combined weight of hay container and steam generator)
  • Dimensions: 565mm diameter x 737mm height
  • Feeds 1 horse
  • Holds up to 7kg of forage either in a haynet or loose wedges
  • Steaming cycle from cold approximately 60 minutes
  • Ideal for everyday use on the yard, lightweight and compact: easy to take to shows
  • 1.5kW steam generator, 3.5 litre capacity

Useful information:

Other information:

  • Weatherproof and UV protected
  • Patent title: Apparatus for and Method of Steam Treating of Fodder (Official No 2454969 and 2477874)
  • Made in the United Kingdom






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One-horse owner hay steamer from HAYGAIN, steams 8kg of hay



Additional information

Weight 23 kg
Dimensions 56.5 × 73.7 cm


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