I changed up the Freedom Feeder page a little so that there was a buy now option, and I will hopefully make the page look better in the future when I am able to really think about how I want the "store front" to look. Any suggestions would be thoroughly welcomed.
Mississippi sure does make owning a business rather difficult. However, I am looking forward to helping those who are wanting to make their horses happier and healthier. If you had told me a year ago that I would be doing this, I would think you were crazy. Our barn never uses hay nets, and if you told me that there was a hay net that helped to prevent ulcers, I would have told you no way, no how. Thank you Smartpak for introducing me to these with your Gastric Health Webinar this spring! It is still perplexing to me to watch a horse actually prefer to pull the same exact hay out of small holes on the net than eat it off of the ground.
|Net > ground? Johnny's first day with a Freedom Feeder.|
Will have some more updates soon, and hopefully a new page of some sort to buy the products, but I think for now that page will suffice :) I am just so happy this is actually happening. I have never been so happy to talk about a product in my life. I am actually thinking about doing a little series on products that I love, half of them I never knew even existed. Maybe next week.
I apologize for not posting very much lately! But between finals coming up at school, and getting all of this set up, I have had very little time! Both of my boys are doing well right now, and I do think it is about time to do a couple of updates.