a canvas bag that is used to feed an animal (such as a horse or mule); animal feed such as oats are placed in the bag, and it is fastened at the top of the head, covering the muzzle. The animal may then eat the contents while thus wearing the feedbag.
A sack usually of canvas and leather held on the horse's nose by a strap behind its ears allowing it to eat grain without a manger or other container.
A roomy bag with a single shoulder strap and drawstring closure. Derived from the style of bag typically used to feed horses and cattle.
a drawstring bag, usually with a shoulder strap, shaped like a horses feed bag; also referred to as a bucket bag.