Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 6
Rated 4 out of 5 by ANGELINA M ARGABRIGHT Love them!
For the price you pay this is a great product! It hold a lot of hay, and keeps together just fine. Yes some hay will fall out of it, but that is mostly because of your horse.
January 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by two-bays Buying more
I have three strand hay and these hay nets are great for large amounts of hay. I use them because my horse has allergies and this is a great alternative to soaking hay. No complaints, I too run the draw string back through the bottom ring, it secures it and shortens the draw string. If you feed 12+ pounds of hay per feeding you will appreciate their size.
March 20, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Callan Buy it!
Great! I bought this because it was cheap and I needed one. When I first used it, it held a ton of hay and stayed strong. I would recomend it!
March 14, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by sassy HAY BAGS vs $$$ bags
I love them. Have 6 bags and use all year long camping and at home around the barn. My bags are 7 years old and still going.
Yes some gets on the ground but that happens with the best bags and I have used the $$$ bags. THe $$$ bags always rip.
I tie them from tress, my trailer, barn post, ect.
I do make sure I buy one where the top will open up at least 36 inches so that I can fill them up using a box, pail, bucket,
I have been using them since 1995 and have not had the first horse of mine get a hoof hung in them.
I have cut fellow neighboring horses out of them camping but that can happen with even the $$$ bags for they have holes in them also. Sassy
Im getting ready to buy extra ones since I gave one away.
December 27, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by Dj ?????? l:
Do NOT buy. Sure it's great for a extra but everything falls. Nothing goes in my horses mouth. Buy a hay bag instead. trust me
April 13, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 Dosent Hold Hay
The cord hay nets are recomended because they hold so much hay (I've fit 5 flakes before) and are great for traveling with more than one meal. However, only about 25% gets in my horses mouth, the rest ends up on the ground where they cant reach it if they're tied to the trailer. The holes in the netting are way too spread out and everything falls through. I know they're cheap and I suppose it would be nice to have one around just for a spare, but I'd really recommend spending a little more to get a hay bag instead of a hay net. They're also very confusing to tie and are so slippery that sometimes they come untied all together and fall from the trailer which just causes a problem if the horses are tied too short to reach the ground. They also snag and just wear out too fast.
May 12, 2009