No mention of whether the horses in the study were previously accustomed to eating from nets - slow or not - which would clearly affect the outcome
No mention of a control!
No measurement of the apparent frustration based behavior.
A half-hour, just 30 minute, reading is hardly a gauge...
....and having your food removed every 10 minutes is bound to be perceived as frustrating - I know I would be peed off!
Triple nets - please be serious. This is, after all, supposed to be a respected trial. Who doesn´t get frustrated filling triple nets, never mind the poor horse searching his way through all that rope to find his breakfast!
No details of actual hole sizes.
A ´suggestion´ of multiple feeding stations around a stall, or area, is not a ´study´, so how they have concluded that to be more effective than nets I have no idea.
So "short chopped loose fiber feeds are perfect...." says the manufacturer of said product.
My conclusion is this is short on teeth to negate the positive of trickle feeding methods. But many out there wont see through the disguise ;)