Freedom Feeder Day Net Slow Feed Hay Net

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1 Inch


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1.5 Inch


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2 Inch


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Shipping weight = 1.00 lb.

Product Summary:

Freedom Feeder Slow Feed Day Net

Designed for a full day of hay and ideal for slow feeding or insulin-resistant horses, the Freedom Feeder Slow Feed Day Net holds up to 25 pounds of forage hay and comes with a large carabiner for hanging.


  • Use for barn and pasture
  • Slow feeder
  • Holds 25 lb.
  • Comes with carabiner for hanging and repair cord
  • Made in the USA
Note: Manufacturer recommends using net with 1.5" holes before transitioning to net with 1" holes.

Item Specifications:

40" x 30"


3mm Nylon Mesh

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
1 Inch E014780 001 FF-D1 789088072580
2 Inch E014780 002 FF-D2 789088085719
1.5 Inch E014780 015 FF-D1.5 789088072511

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the pictured item and discription of product are not the i missing something?
tammy s on May 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You are correct - thank you for bringing that to our attention! We have a correction in process to get the correct image showing.
how does one decide what freedom feed hay net size opening (1", 1.5", 2") to select ?
what is the most popular size net opening for 1100 lb horse ?
A shopper on Sep 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It depends on your situation. If your horse has never used a slow-feed product, you should start with the 2" openings, or at the very smallest, the 1.5". Some horses need a little "show and tell" to start off: you may have to pull out some tufts of hay to give your horse the idea of "grazing" out of the net. Some horses take a few days to get used to it. Some act angry or annoyed for a few days because they can't get the hay as fast as they would like.