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Haygain HG 2000

Benefits

Haygain High Temperature Hay Steaming supports respiratory, digestive and overall horse health. It is the only scientifically proven method for significantly reducing respirable irritants and allergens commonly found in forage.


Haygain’s patented steaming technology adds moisture to hay, aiding digestion and hydration. Haygain Steaming preserves hay’s nutrients and Steamed Hay’s proven appetite appeal helps even picky eaters get what they need from their most important food source.

Product Description

The HG 2000 features two of Haygain’s patented spike manifolds. This system injects high-temperature steam evenly throughout forage in a double-skinned, thermally sealed chest. The steaming process attains and maintains temperatures over 100°C, which is required to kill mould and bacteria.


This full-bale model is ideal for feeding multiple horses.

Specifications

Hay Capacity: Up to 35-40kg of loose hay/haylage or a fully strung bale 

Steaming Cycle: Approximately 60 minutes

Steam Generator: 2.3kW steam generator 8 litre capacity. Robust heating element and a “run dry” alarm and warning light

Chest Specifications: Double-skinned and thermally insulated

Additional Features: Easy open lid, wheels and handle
Product Dimensions: L 1449mm x D 815mm x H 750mm 

Weight: 75kg (combined weight of hay container and steam generator)

Extras Included

Watering Can

Drip Tray

2 Descaler sachets

Filling Funnel

Warranty

Haygain Hay Steamer comes with a 1 year warranty.
The warranty covers the repair and replacement of your Haygain Hay Steamer or a part of it. This includes all required parts and labour. All repairs and replacements are at the discretion of Haygain.
Please read the Warranty Terms and Exceptions below. 

Terms of Warranty

The warranty is effective from the date of delivery.

• Before Haygain repairs or replaces your Haygain hay steamer under warranty, you must provide proof of purchase (such as your order conformation email or copy invoice). Without proof of purchase, there will be a fee for the work required.
• If your Haygain Hay Seamer is faulty, it is usually repaired at an authorised service centre. All work is done by Haygain or an authorised representative.
• Where possible, Haygain can provide a steam generator on loan while your steam generator is being repaired. There will be a fee for transportation. If you need a loan steam generator, Haygain may offer this as a replacement and will collect the faulty steam generator.
• There will be no fee for a replacement steam generator. If a part for your Haygain Hay Steamer is no longer available, Haygain will replace it with a similar functional part.
• Any repair, replacement or exchange of your Haygain Hay Steamer under warranty does not extend the warranty period.

Exceptions of Warranty

The warranty does not cover the following conditions:

• Normal wear and tear
• Accidental damage
• Removal of blockages
• Use of parts or accessories that are not approved by Haygain
• Repairs and installations by parties that are not approved by Haygain
• Faults or damage caused by not maintaining the hay chest or steam
   generator as described in the Hay Steamer Manual.
• Faults or damage caused by negligent use or misuse, which includes but is not limited to the following conditions: Using your Haygain Hay Steamer in a location that does not meet the conditions listed in the hay steamer user manual, using dirty water in the steam generator, allowing the steam generator to run out of water, insufficiently descaling the steam generator, foreign objects in the steam generator or steam manifold, running the steam generator without thoroughly defrosting all parts and/or if frozen water is present anywhere in the steam generator, hosing, chest, manifold or spikes.  
Full-bale model is ideal for feeding multiple horses
£2,489.00

Free Delivery!

  • Advanced Patented Technology 
  • Full bale
    capacity 
  • Scientifically proven to support respiratory health

Estimated Shipping time:

Please note that due to exceptional demand the current ship time for Haygain HG 2000 Hay Steamers is up to 3 weeks. 

Our Service

Free Shipping

Dedicated customer service team offering aftercare support
Expert advice from leading industry professionals 

Official supplier & partner of British Equestrian

OFFICIAL SUPPLIER & PROUD PARTNER OF

PROUD SUPPLIER & PARTNER OF

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Haygain HG 2000

Benefits

Haygain High Temperature Hay Steaming supports respiratory, digestive and overall horse health. It is the only scientifically proven method for significantly reducing respirable irritants and allergens commonly found in forage.


Haygain’s patented steaming technology adds moisture to hay, aiding digestion and hydration. Haygain Steaming preserves hay’s nutrients and Steamed Hay’s proven appetite appeal helps even picky eaters get what they need from their most important food source.

Product Description

The HG 2000 features two of Haygain’s patented spike manifolds. This system injects high-temperature steam evenly throughout forage in a double-skinned, thermally sealed chest. The steaming process attains and maintains temperatures over 100°C, which is required to kill mould and bacteria.


This full-bale model is ideal for feeding multiple horses.

Specifications

Hay Capacity: Up to 35-40kg of loose hay/haylage or a fully strung bale

Steaming Cycle: Approximately 60 minutes

Steam Generator: 2.3kW steam generator 8 litre capacity. Robust heating element and a “run dry” alarm and warning light

Chest Specifications: Double-skinned and thermally insulated

Additional Features: Easy open lid, wheels and handle

Product Dimensions: L 1449mm x D 815mm x H 750mm

Weight: 75kg (combined weight of hay container and steam generator)

Extras Included

Watering Can

Drip Tray

2 Descaler sachets

Filling Funnel

Warranty

Haygain Hay Steamer comes with a 1 year warranty.
The warranty covers the repair and replacement of your Haygain Hay Steamer or a part of it. This includes all required parts and labour. All repairs and replacements are at the discretion of Haygain.
Please read the Warranty Terms and Exceptions below. 

Terms of Warranty

The warranty is effective from the date of delivery.

• Before Haygain repairs or replaces your Haygain hay steamer under warranty, you must provide proof of purchase (such as your order conformation email or copy invoice). Without proof of purchase, there will be a fee for the work required.
• If your Haygain Hay Seamer is faulty, it is usually repaired at an authorised service centre. All work is done by Haygain or an authorised representative.
• Where possible, Haygain can provide a steam generator on loan while your steam generator is being repaired. There will be a fee for transportation. If you need a loan steam generator, Haygain may offer this as a replacement and will collect the faulty steam generator.
• There will be no fee for a replacement steam generator. If a part for your Haygain Hay Steamer is no longer available, Haygain will replace it with a similar functional part.
• Any repair, replacement or exchange of your Haygain Hay Steamer under warranty does not extend the warranty period.

Exceptions of Warranty

The warranty does not cover the following conditions:

• Normal wear and tear
• Accidental damage
• Removal of blockages
• Use of parts or accessories that are not approved by Haygain
• Repairs and installations by parties that are not approved by Haygain
• Faults or damage caused by not maintaining the hay chest or steam
   generator as described in the Hay Steamer Manual.
• Faults or damage caused by negligent use or misuse, which includes but is not limited to the following conditions: Using your Haygain Hay Steamer in a location that does not meet the conditions listed in the hay steamer user manual, using dirty water in the steam generator, allowing the steam generator to run out of water, insufficiently descaling the steam generator, foreign objects in the steam generator or steam manifold, running the steam generator without thoroughly defrosting all parts and/or if frozen water is present anywhere in the steam generator, hosing, chest, manifold or spikes.  
Full-bale model is ideal for feeding multiple horses
£2,489.00

Free Delivery!

Estimated Shipping time:

Please note that due to exceptional demand the current ship time for Haygain HG 2000 Hay Steamers is up to 3 weeks. 

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Free Shipping

Dedicated customer service team offering aftercare support
Expert advice from leading industry professionals 

Official supplier & partner of British Equestrian

  • 60 minute 
    cycle time
  • 15kg forage capacity 
  • Feeds 1-3 horses

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£2,489.00

Free Delivery!

Estimated Shipping time:

Please note that due to exceptional demand the current ship time for Haygain HG 2000 Hay Steamers is up to 3 weeks. 

Advanced Patented Technology

Full bale capacity

Scientifically proven to support respiratory health

Our Service

Free Shipping

Dedicated customer service team offering aftercare support
Expert advice from leading industry professionals 

Official supplier & partner of British Equestrian

Benefits

Haygain High Temperature Hay Steaming supports respiratory, digestive and overall horse health. It is the only scientifically proven method for significantly reducing respirable irritants and allergens commonly found in forage.


Haygain’s patented steaming technology adds moisture to hay, aiding digestion and hydration. Haygain Steaming preserves hay’s nutrients and Steamed Hay’s proven appetite appeal helps even picky eaters get what they need from their most important food source.

Product Description

The HG 2000 features two of Haygain’s patented spike manifolds. This system injects high-temperature steam evenly throughout forage in a double-skinned, thermally sealed chest. The steaming process attains and maintains temperatures over 100°C, which is required to kill mould and bacteria.


This full-bale model is ideal for feeding multiple horses.

Specifications

Hay Capacity: Up to 35-40kg of loose hay/haylage or a fully strung bale 

Steaming Cycle: Approximately 60 minutes

Steam Generator: 2.3kW steam generator 8 litre capacity. Robust heating element and a “run dry” alarm and warning light

Chest Specifications: Double-skinned and thermally insulated

Additional Features: Easy open lid, wheels and handle
Product Dimensions: L 1449mm x D 815mm x H 750mm

Weight: 75kg (combined weight of hay container and steam generator)

Extras Included

Watering Can

Drip Tray

2 Descaler sachets

Filling Funnel

Warranty

Haygain Hay Steamer comes with a 1 year warranty.
The warranty covers the repair and replacement of your Haygain Hay Steamer or a part of it. This includes all required parts and labour. All repairs and replacements are at the discretion of Haygain.
Please read the Warranty Terms and Exceptions below. 

Terms of Warranty

The warranty is effective from the date of delivery.

• Before Haygain repairs or replaces your Haygain hay steamer under warranty, you must provide proof of purchase (such as your order conformation email or copy invoice). Without proof of purchase, there will be a fee for the work required.
• If your Haygain Hay Seamer is faulty, it is usually repaired at an authorised service centre. All work is done by Haygain or an authorised representative.
• Where possible, Haygain can provide a steam generator on loan while your steam generator is being repaired. There will be a fee for transportation. If you need a loan steam generator, Haygain may offer this as a replacement and will collect the faulty steam generator.
• There will be no fee for a replacement steam generator. If a part for your Haygain Hay Steamer is no longer available, Haygain will replace it with a similar functional part.
• Any repair, replacement or exchange of your Haygain Hay Steamer under warranty does not extend the warranty period.

Exceptions of Warranty

The warranty does not cover the following conditions:

• Normal wear and tear
• Accidental damage
• Removal of blockages
• Use of parts or accessories that are not approved by Haygain
• Repairs and installations by parties that are not approved by Haygain
• Faults or damage caused by not maintaining the hay chest or steam
   generator as described in the Hay Steamer Manual.
• Faults or damage caused by negligent use or misuse, which includes but is not limited to the following conditions: Using your Haygain Hay Steamer in a location that does not meet the conditions listed in the hay steamer user manual, using dirty water in the steam generator, allowing the steam generator to run out of water, insufficiently descaling the steam generator, foreign objects in the steam generator or steam manifold, running the steam generator without thoroughly defrosting all parts and/or if frozen water is present anywhere in the steam generator, hosing, chest, manifold or spikes.  
  • 60 minute 
    cycle time
  • 15kg forage capacity 
  • Feeds 1-3 horses

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  • About Haygain
  • The Science
  • The Benefits
  • Technology
  • How to Use
  • Delivery
  • FAQ's
About Haygain 
Haygain began when a group of riding enthusiasts in southern England became concerned about the coughing, nasal discharge, and other respiratory problems they observed in their horses. 

They suspected that the airborne respirable particles naturally found in forage were the problem. Soaking hay, the centuries-old method of removing these particles, obviously wasn’t effective. High temperature steaming, on the other hand, appeared to be an excellent option to be looked into.

Following two years of research and development in cooperation with the Royal Agricultural University, the first manufactured Haygain hay steamer was launched on the equestrian market at the British Equestrian Trade Association Trade Fair in 2009. A UK patent was granted the same year.
The Science

Effective in reducing airborne respirable dust in hay by up to 98%

Kills the mold, fungal spores, bacteria and yeast that can cause equine asthma and chronic respiratory inflammation

Reduces the odds of having Inflammatory Airway Disease 

by 65%

Maintains nutrition and digestibility

The Benefits
Supports Respiratory Health 
Supports Digestive Health
Maintains Hydration
Increases Palatability
Supports Healthy Skin & Coat
Optimise Performance 
The Technology
Robust steam 
generator
Haygain Boilers ensures the steam can reach over 100oc effectively killing the mold, fungi, yeast and bacteria and reducing up to 99% of respirable dust particles. 
Patented manifold system
The Patented Manifold design features a deltoid configuration resulting in the most effective way for injecting high temperature steam evenly throughout the whole bale of hay. The hay is steamed from the inside out! 
Thermally double insulated chest
Haygain chests enable the injected steam to reach ultra high temperatures, around 100oc. The aluminium materials used for the manifold, help to raise the temperature in the chest, increasing the efficiency of the unit.
How to Use
Delivery
All Hay Steamers include FREE delivery*. Please note delivery times vary depending on model, 
please see individual model for lead times.
Please note our steamers may be delivered on a large lorry. 
If there are any access issues or restrictions please do let us know at info@haygain.co.uk.
FAQ's

My horse does not cough and appears healthy – do I need a Haygain?

Exposure to respirable particles such as mould spores and bacteria can induce allergic responses and develop a hypersensitivity reaction in the horse. Even the best quality hays are high in respirable particles. These particles form the “dust” that you cannot see (they are less than 5 µm in size), and have a 50% chance of being inhaled deep into the lungs, causing the respiratory disorder Recurrent Airway Obstruction (RAO). Minimising the amount of “dust” your horse is subjected to will help to prevent respiratory problems.

My horse has COPD/RAO/Heaves can I feed Haygain steamed hay?

Yes, absolutely! Respiratory diseases can be effectively managed by minimising respirable dust, mould spores and bacteria in the horse’s environment, particularly those in the horse’s breathing zone. Since hay contains high concentrations of these and the horse’s nose is in the hay while it is eating, it is vitally important to reduce this source of dust by steaming the hay.

Will my horse stop coughing?

Results are often reported within days of using the Haygain but do depend on the individual horse, the cause of the cough and other environmental factors. For example if you change to feeding Haygain steamed hay but the horse remains on a dusty straw bed, while you will probably see some improvement it will be compromised by the other source of respirable dust. Equally if you make changes to your horse’s feeding and management regime but the horses stabled either side, sharing the same air space have dry hay and straw bed then again the improvement may not be as marked.

What is the difference between soaking and steaming?

Soaking hay will dampen the spores down and make them swell so they are less likely to be inhaled.
With steaming the combination of the heat and the moisture actually kills the spores, eliminating the allergenic respirable particles.

What makes Haygain stand apart from other hay steamers

Haygain is the only scientifically proven system to kill mould spores including Aspergillus, as well as bacteria and dust mites. The nutritional value and goodness are maintained with improved palatability. 

How much does Haygain cost to run?

The running costs are minimal and you will use considerably less water compared to soaking. The HG2000 uses 2.75Kw and HG600 uses 2.3kW electricity per hour, whilst the HG-ONE uses less at 1.5Kw. Electricity costs vary between utility companies but typically are between 7-18p per kW hour. To work out exactly how much it costs you, find out from one of your electricity bills how many pence per Kw hour your rate is and then multiply that number by either 2.75, 2.3 or 1.5 depending on which model in the range you have and this will give you the electricity cost per cycle.
For example if you are using an HG2000 and paying 10 pence per Kw hour it will cost 27.5p per hour.

How much water will be used?

The hay will absorb and therefore hydrate bringing it back towards its original moisture content, approximately 15+% of its original weight but the hay is neither soggy or heavy. The HG-PB (HG2000/HG600) will actually use about 4 ½ litres of water per cycle, some will be absorbed by the hay, some will be released as steam when you open the lid and some will be the residue of on average a tea-cup amount of water (condensed steam) which remains from each steam cycle and drains out of the drain hole in the bottom of the hay chest.

Does the outside of the container get hot?

All of the Haygain range are made from composite materials with highly efficient thermal properties so although the inside of the container can reach over 100 degrees C the outside is just warm to touch. Therefore, Haygain hay steamers are environmentally friendly and energy saving. 

Can I steam haylage?

Absolutely! Haygain will improve the hygienic quality of any forage. Scientific studies have also shown it will increase the shelf life of haylage by up to 4 days.

Once steamed, how long before you feed the hay and how long does it last?

The hay is very hot when you first take it out and should be handled with care but it cools very quickly once in the air and can be fed immediately. It is best fed while it is warm and steamy and it would appear most horses prefer it like this but otherwise should be used within 24 hours. 

What does steamed hay look and feel like?

Steamed hay is totally different to soaked hay and is damp rather than wet. The treatment is not about how wet it is but how hot it is. You will find the hay in the middle of the bale/ hay net will be quite dry. This is because when the steam comes out of the spikes it is at it’s hottest. As the steam travels through the hay and meets the plastic lid it will cool slightly, condense to water and drop back on to the hay. This results in the outside of the hay being wetter than the inside.

Does it matter if the hay dries out?

It is best fed while it is warm, straight out of the Haygain but you will find it cools and dries rapidly as soon as the air gets to it. This has no effect on the hygienic quality or palatability. We recommend feeding the hay within 24 hours to prevent contamination from environmental sources.
About Haygain 
Haygain began when a group of riding enthusiasts in southern England became concerned about the coughing, nasal discharge, and other respiratory problems they observed in their horses. 

They suspected that the airborne respirable particles naturally found in forage were the problem. Soaking hay, the centuries-old method of removing these particles, obviously wasn’t effective. High temperature steaming, on the other hand, appeared to be an excellent option to be looked into.

Following two years of research and development in cooperation with the Royal Agricultural University, the first manufactured Haygain hay steamer was launched on the equestrian market at the British Equestrian Trade Association Trade Fair in 2009. A UK patent was granted the same year.
The Science

Effective in reducing airborne respirable dust in hay by up to 99%

Kills the mold, fungal spores, bacteria and yeast that can cause equine asthma and chronic respiratory inflammation

Reduces the odds of having Inflammatory Airway Disease by 65%

Maintains nutrition and digestibility

The Benefits
Supports Respiratory Health 
Supports 
Digestive Health
Maintains 
Hydration
Increases 
Palatability
Supports Healthy Skin & Coat
Optimise Performance 
The Technology
Robust steam 
generator
Haygain Boilers ensures the steam can reach over 100oc effectively killing the mold, fungi, yeast and bacteria and reducing up to 99% of respirable dust particles. 
Patented manifold system
The Patented Manifold design features a deltoid configuration resulting in the most effective way for injecting high temperature steam evenly throughout the whole bale of hay. The hay is steamed from the inside out! 
Thermally double insulated chest
Haygain chests enable the injected steam to reach ultra high temperatures, around 100oc. The aluminium materials used for the manifold, help to raise the temperature in the chest, increasing the efficiency of the unit.
How to Use
Delivery
All Hay Steamers include FREE delivery*. Please note delivery times vary depending on model, 
please see individual model for lead times.
Please note our steamers may be delivered on a large lorry. 
If there are any access issues or restrictions please do let us know at info@haygain.co.uk.
FAQ's

My horse does not cough and appears healthy – do I need a Haygain?

Exposure to respirable particles such as mould spores and bacteria can induce allergic responses and develop a hypersensitivity reaction in the horse. Even the best quality hays are high in respirable particles. These particles form the “dust” that you cannot see (they are less than 5 µm in size), and have a 50% chance of being inhaled deep into the lungs, causing the respiratory disorder Recurrent Airway Obstruction (RAO). Minimising the amount of “dust” your horse is subjected to will help to prevent respiratory problems.

My horse has COPD/RAO/Heaves can I feed Haygain steamed hay?

Yes, absolutely! Respiratory diseases can be effectively managed by minimising respirable dust, mould spores and bacteria in the horse’s environment, particularly those in the horse’s breathing zone. Since hay contains high concentrations of these and the horse’s nose is in the hay while it is eating, it is vitally important to reduce this source of dust by steaming the hay.

Will my horse stop coughing?

Results are often reported within days of using the Haygain but do depend on the individual horse, the cause of the cough and other environmental factors. For example if you change to feeding Haygain steamed hay but the horse remains on a dusty straw bed, while you will probably see some improvement it will be compromised by the other source of respirable dust. Equally if you make changes to your horse’s feeding and management regime but the horses stabled either side, sharing the same air space have dry hay and straw bed then again the improvement may not be as marked.

What is the difference between soaking and steaming?

Soaking hay will dampen the spores down and make them swell so they are less likely to be inhaled.
With steaming the combination of the heat and the moisture actually kills the spores, eliminating the allergenic respirable particles.

What makes Haygain stand apart from other hay steamers

Haygain is the only scientifically proven system to kill mould spores including Aspergillus, as well as bacteria and dust mites. The nutritional value and goodness are maintained with improved palatability. 

How much does Haygain cost to run?

The running costs are minimal and you will use considerably less water compared to soaking. The HG2000 uses 2.75Kw and HG600 uses 2.3kW electricity per hour, whilst the HG-ONE uses less at 1.5Kw. Electricity costs vary between utility companies but typically are between 7-18p per kW hour. To work out exactly how much it costs you, find out from one of your electricity bills how many pence per Kw hour your rate is and then multiply that number by either 2.75, 2.3 or 1.5 depending on which model in the range you have and this will give you the electricity cost per cycle.
For example if you are using an HG2000 and paying 10 pence per Kw hour it will cost 27.5p per hour.

How much water will be used?

The hay will absorb and therefore hydrate bringing it back towards its original moisture content, approximately 15+% of its original weight but the hay is neither soggy or heavy. The HG-PB (HG2000/HG600) will actually use about 4 ½ litres of water per cycle, some will be absorbed by the hay, some will be released as steam when you open the lid and some will be the residue of on average a tea-cup amount of water (condensed steam) which remains from each steam cycle and drains out of the drain hole in the bottom of the hay chest.

Does the outside of the container get hot?

All of the Haygain range are made from composite materials with highly efficient thermal properties so although the inside of the container can reach over 100 degrees C the outside is just warm to touch. Therefore, Haygain hay steamers are environmentally friendly and energy saving. 

Can I steam haylage?

Absolutely! Haygain will improve the hygienic quality of any forage. Scientific studies have also shown it will increase the shelf life of haylage by up to 4 days.

Once steamed, how long before you feed the hay and how long does it last?

The hay is very hot when you first take it out and should be handled with care but it cools very quickly once in the air and can be fed immediately. It is best fed while it is warm and steamy and it would appear most horses prefer it like this but otherwise should be used within 24 hours. 

What does steamed hay look and feel like?

Steamed hay is totally different to soaked hay and is damp rather than wet. The treatment is not about how wet it is but how hot it is. You will find the hay in the middle of the bale/ hay net will be quite dry. This is because when the steam comes out of the spikes it is at it’s hottest. As the steam travels through the hay and meets the plastic lid it will cool slightly, condense to water and drop back on to the hay. This results in the outside of the hay being wetter than the inside.

Does it matter if the hay dries out?

It is best fed while it is warm, straight out of the Haygain but you will find it cools and dries rapidly as soon as the air gets to it. This has no effect on the hygienic quality or palatability. We recommend feeding the hay within 24 hours to prevent contamination from environmental sources.