Because of the elongated profile of the SKŪP it is much easier to scoop up the feed once you have loosened it with the teeth.
There is even a liquid measure for those times when you are making sugar beet, fast fibre and other meals that need soaking.
If you’re faced with compacted or sticky feed, instead of using your fingers to break it up, you can turn the SKŪP upside down and use it as a rake.
The ridges on the side of the SKŪP are very clear measuring guides which means that you can measure feed accurately and consistently which is better for your horse and your wallet.
The only feed scoop with TEETH!
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