Freedom Feeder Full Bale Slow Feed Hay Net

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Freedom Feeder Slow Feed Hay Net Full Bale Net
 
Designed to carry an entire bale of hay.  Perfect for slow feeding or for Insulin Resistant horses. Holds up to 110 pounds of forage hay.  Closes using parachute cord to weave the top closed.  Manufacturer recommends using net with 1.5" holes before transitioning to net with 1" holes.

Product Features:
  • Use for stalls
  • Slow feeder
  • Can be used for goats
  • Holds Full Bale of forage hay
  • Parachute cord closure 
  • Estimated lasting time- 5-7 days
  • Made in the USA! 
Item Specifications:
Size:
5.5' x 4'

Color:
White
 
Material:
3 mm Nylon Mesh

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I have the smaller ones and love this product.
Lesley W on Jul 21, 2015
for continuous grazing and less waste.
ANGELA B on Apr 1, 2014
so my horses can eat 24/7 without me filling several hay nets
MARTINE H on Apr 21, 2014
How do you stop the horses from biting through the netting or pulling it and fraying it?
Nancy N on Apr 30, 2015
Best Answer: Good Morning. All I can tell you is that mine don't. I thought the same thing. Very skeptical. One of my horses is an aggressive eater. Eats constantly. He pulls the nets up so hard that he will actually turn the trough over. We weighted the troughs down and he still pulls them off the ground. Those nets haven't torn or frayed one bit. We've had them for 3 or 4 months now and they are absolutely fine. No issues whatsoever. Honestly, I think they're great for us and our four horses (we bought two whole bale nets and they share) and I would tell you if I felt otherwise!
Reply · Report · Lori H on May 1, 2015
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will this hold a rectangular bale of grass hay that weighs up to 120 pounds? I don't know how to interpret 5' x 4.5' into a six sided bale.
k t on Dec 5, 2014
Best Answer: I suggest going to Freedom Feeder's website for more information on what this bale net is supposed to hold. When I leave this bale net attached to the feeder I place it in, I stuff in 25 - 30 lbs (4-5 flakes for me) without issue. I believe the website said it would fit around an unopened 80 - 100 lb. square bale. I like how it works; it really slows my 3 horses down and cuts down on the mess they make. I find it is a bit of a chore to load it, however.
Reply · Report · K G on Dec 6, 2014
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How heavy is this?? Measurements?
Beckah K on Jan 24, 2016
Best Answer: It is not heavy as it is a sack made out of net that fits over a 3 string bale (5'5"x4'). I've had mine for a while and love it. I bought a rectangular feed tub at my local feed store to put the netted bale into.
Reply · Report · DEBRA P on Jan 26, 2016
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Can the hay be wet? My horse has to have her hay washed.
tonia on Jul 23, 2014
Best Answer: Hay can certainly be wet. In fact hay soup is a good way to get a horse to drink more water if they don't like the taste of water. However, hay CANNOT GET MOLDY. Mold can kill a horse
Reply · Report · CINDY W on Aug 3, 2014
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Is this large enough for a round bale?
A shopper on Apr 29, 2014
Best Answer: No. Much too small for a round bale. A square will fit inside.
Reply · Report · JAN M on May 8, 2014
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