I am excited to be able to tell you that we have been in communication with HayHuts llc, the manufacturers of the incredible HayHut all weather enclosed plastic horse hay feeder with regard to becoming dealers for their product.
Because of the laudable work we do, the owner and CEO has agreed to let us start with just 5 units instead of the normal dealer minimum of 10 units and we are hoping to be receiving them at the end of this coming week.
Currently we only have funds available for the full purchase of one unit and so we are considering taking a loan out for the other four, two of which will be available for sale. Our other option is to offer the other four for sale with a 10% discount ($80) to friends and followers of asapinc which will allow us to get started into what should become a really useful income stream to help further our cause and allow us to buy more HayHuts with the tremendous savings they produce.
So we are soliciting your comments and help towards this potentially life-saving venture that will not only benefit us but probably also our associated non-profits who might also like to et onboard in their own specific locations.
All comments and of course, purchases will be most welcome!
If the response to purchase is greater than our order we may be able to increase it to 9 units if we are quick!
Details of the HayHut can be seen at www.hayhuts.com and the study by the University of Minnesota can be read at –http://www.extension.umn.edu/agriculture/horse/nutrition/selecting-a-round-bale-feeder/
Friends, I am so thrilled to announce that Hawthorne Race Course in Chicago has offered to sponsor ASAP at both the Illinois Horse Fair and the Midwest Horse Fair this year!
In return, we will be handing out promotional materials for the track and display. What a wonderful partnership to have a major race track and ASAP working together to promote the breeds (TB and STB) and the industry, as well as a service for life after racing. We could not be more pleased.
Home for Gooch – a STB gelding in northern Illinois – trained to ride – light riders only
Aine aka Hope – coming 3 year old QH filly – she has had all her ground work and will be ready for saddle this spring
Brookview Snag – gelding – companion horse only due to injury sustained in last adoptive home
Thea Seelster – 16 year old STB mare – sound – in Michigan
16 year old STB mare in Quad Cities – dark bay – sound –
Audition – 8 year old STB gelding – broke to ride and drive – central Illinois
And of course, a host of sanctuary horses living out their days at the ASAP farm.