Professionals Choice Slow Feeder Hay Bag

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Product Summary:

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Professional's Choice Slow Feeder Hay Bag
 
Feeder is great for encouraging horses to eat more slowly and keeping them busy when tied to the trailer.  This durable hay bag loads from the top and easily hung up with two detachable straps that can adjust to almost any height.
 
Product Features:
  • For use with hay; doesn't work as well with alfalfa
  • Slow Feed
  • Can be used to feed sheep, goats, alpacas, or llamas
  • Easy top load feature secures with hook and loop closure
  • Can hold 5-10 lbs of hay depending on type of hay
Item Specifications:
Size:
Overall-21" tall x 21" wide;  9" wide opening 
Feed Holes-1 1/2" square webbing
 
Material:
600 D PVC coated fabric with webbing

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Wanted the smaller holes for feeding
Carol R on May 1, 2015
great use with my goats and horse!
KATERINA K on Nov 21, 2014
I actually got this as a slow feeder for my goats. I love love love this hay bag! It has held up beautifully to my three wethers and has slowed them from eating all hay all the time and made them go out to forage as nature intended.
Theresa D on Dec 27, 2014
how sturdy are these ?
A shopper on Nov 12, 2014
Best Answer: my horse is probably the outlier because he is incredibly rough. taking that into account, within two weeks, he had ripped off the velcro that keeps the flap closed, poked out one of the metal bars that makes the frame. I did notice too that the lining is cracked (but i wouldnt consider that too awful). My horse takes the hay bag with his teeth and throws it around to get the hay to pop out the holes. he now has a nylon hay net.
i hope my answer doesnt deter you. the bag is well built & will probably work well for many horses. You will probably have to stitch down the velcro after awhile. It is lots of wear & tear to rip it open. I think if you put grommets on both sides and tied it shut, this bag will last.
Reply · Report · Kym S on Nov 13, 2014
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Are there holes on both sides of the hay bag?
A shopper on Jun 13, 2015
Best Answer: Yes there are holes on both sides. This is a great product, I've had it for over a year and I used it to slow my herd of goats when they eat hay. It has stood up to their abuse (three males with horns in tact). I love this and if it ever wears out I'll buy another!
Reply · Report · Theresa D on Jun 13, 2015
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how large are the openings?
A shopper on Jul 27, 2014
Best Answer: Size:
Overall-21" tall x 21" wide; 9" wide opening
Feed Holes-1 1/2" square webbing
Reply · Report · Stacy MStaff on Mar 23, 2015
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