Slow Feed Hay Net

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Slow Feed Hay Net
 
Save money and time!  With small 2" mesh holes this slow feeding hay net is a great buy. Slow feed netting prevents waste and encourages feeding at a slower pace.
 
Features:
  • Small 2" mesh holes
  • Prevents waste
  • Slows feeding
Item Specifications:
Size-
40" L (Horse)

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Should have returned these...not happy with product
K R on Feb 5, 2016
Purchased four several months ago. Worked out so well, I wanted four more. Exceptional quality and like the fact we are not wasting hay.
TRACY L on Jan 19, 2016
nice color good price
ANNETTE B on Jan 20, 2016
They work great with my geldings who are very easy keepers. Keeps them occupied longer when they are in their stalls at night.
JANINE S on Jan 12, 2016
How much do these hold? 1/2 bale? 1/4? Less?
Mark M on Jul 15, 2014
Best Answer: They hold about half an average bale. I normally put one over each end of the bale then cut the strings, very easy way to fill the net!
Reply (1) · Report · RACHAEL D on Aug 11, 2014
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Will these nets work in the hay hoops feeders?
Karen r on Oct 8, 2015
Best Answer: I don't know if they will fit in those.. I just hang the slow feed bags. They work great though. They slow down the horses while they eat. I think it is more natural for them.

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Reply · Report · JAMES C on Oct 9, 2015
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Will these nets work in the hay hoops feeder?
A shopper on Oct 8, 2015
Best Answer: I am not familiar with a hoops feeder. This product is used for horses who are out 24/7. We place several of them on the ground throughout the field. They get quite a bit of wear and tear from the horses but no damage to the nets. Have been using these nets for almost a year on daily basis. Great product. Good quality.
Reply · Report · Karen F on Oct 8, 2015
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I can't see the top of the bag. How do you tie them up?
Crystal H on Mar 18, 2014
Best Answer: Drawstring closure, use the twine to tie to whatever, I put snaps on mine.
Reply · Report · JESSI P on Mar 18, 2014
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How hardy is this bag? I have a gelding that likes to wolf down his hay, but he is pretty hard on hay bags. Would this be a good choice or does it tear easily?
A shopper on Apr 30, 2014
Best Answer: i have two of these and LOVE them !! I wish I'd done it sooner. I have a gelding a.k.a. "the beaver" who also has awful stall manners and would soil the hay causing massive waste and intensifying stall cleaning- Since giving him the hay net- it totally occupies his brain, he can spin it, twirl it, tug at it and it has held it's own extremely well- I would say SUPER hardy !! It has also eliminated the hay waste and made his stall super easy to clean (under 10 minutes for a 12x12) !!
Reply · Report · BRANDY P on Apr 30, 2014
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are the openings at least 3inches square as old horses with worn teeth cannot get hay out of 2 x 2 openings?
Mary Jane N on Nov 17, 2014
Best Answer: This hay net has 2 inch opening. Works well with young n old horses as my experience has been to see them use their muzzle to first pull the hay out then use their teeth to grab it. We have a 28 year old with worn teeth as well n he has no problem munching away. Another with grazing muzzle who also has no trouble getting the hay out. Over time the net has become more pliable n has held up very well for past 9 months with daily use. Highly recommend this product.
Reply · Report · Karen F on Nov 17, 2014
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Do these have the metal rings to draw the cord through? I find those more sturdy.
JULEE D on Dec 8, 2015
Best Answer: No metal rings. I have had them last from 6 months to more than a year and my warmblood is an aggressive eater. I feel it is safer not to have any metal that could come off and be left around his barn. These are the best, most convenient I have found. Best price, too!
Reply · Report · MARCELLA L on Dec 23, 2015
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How much hay do these bags hold?
A shopper on Oct 15, 2015
Best Answer: I easily fit 3 to 4 flakes of hay in these bags.
They are very durable. I had the expensive brand name hay bag pouches and the horses easily destroyed them. There is much less wasted hay using these bags and the hay lasts longer per feeding.
Easy to fill by sliding over a bale. Or I put them in an empty molasses tub and fill them up.
Well worth the price.
Reply · Report · Mary K on Oct 17, 2015
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is this plastic or nylon ?
A shopper on Mar 1, 2015
Best Answer: Polypropylene (I hope I spelled it right) plastic. It's very durable exposed to weather, I typically get a couple years use out of each one of these...with greedy horses...
Reply · Report · Lisa A on Mar 2, 2015
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What are these hay nets made of? Looking for something more durable than polypropylene.
Mary B on Nov 22, 2014
Best Answer: They are made of some kind of plastic, so they don't seem particularly durable. That said, I've been using them every day for the past year and they are all in pretty much the same shape as when I got them. I have one horse that chews the heck out of EVERYTHING, so I bought him a different kind of hay bag. Everybody else in the barn uses these and they have exceeded my expectations as far as durability.
Reply · Report · JENNIFER C on Nov 22, 2014
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Will this work for sheep?
A shopper on Dec 25, 2014
Best Answer: I am not sure - the holes may be too big. It does work for my 30" miniature horse, but her mouth/teeth is bigger than a sheep's. You could try a hay net with 1" holes. Good luck!
Reply · Report · Lorraine C on Dec 26, 2014
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how far apart are the connective ties?
A shopper on Mar 21, 2014
Best Answer: If you mean the actual hole size - about 2-2.5 inches. It's at the barn so I can't measure. It works great and my mare has no trouble using it. Once filled - can hold 4-5 flakes if you stuff it - and easily last 2 days. My mare is out at least 8-10 hours a day and this keeps her occupied and "grazing" and has cut the wate drastically. She is definitely much happier with it as we wait for grass to come in. I highly recommend it. By the way, she grabs at the hay sticking out and I've seen no wear or tear at any of the holes. Also I have it attached to a post about shoulder ht off ground and I use a double end clasp to attach one end of clasp to eyelet on post and the other end to hang the bag. Hope this helps.
Reply · Report · Karen F on Mar 21, 2014
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Why do people answering my question fail to understand that the 2" squares do not work???? The 29yo stallion has no effective teeth to pull the hay out. Others needed to have hay soaked, & wet hay swells making it impossible to pull it out. If the company offering the item could only describe the dimensions/size of the hay bag holes it would have avoided all these replies that do not understand EMS, IR, serious aging complications, or that some horses cannot have NSC over 10 in their diets AND also have dental issues. "One size fits all" in this case does not work!
Mary Jane N on Nov 17, 2014
Best Answer: If you would like to contact us at the horse.com 1.800.637.6721 number we have several horse specialist that would be more than happy to assist you in your help with this hay bag.
Reply · Report · Christine KStaff on Dec 4, 2014
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