Hay Hoops Original Collapsible Wall Feeder Frame

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Hay Hoops Original Collapsible Wall Feeder Frame

$21.14

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Product Summary:

Tough-1 Hay Hoops Original Collapsible Wall Feeder Frame 

The natural feeding experience of a Hay Hoops Collapsible Wall Hay Feeder reduces the likelihood of developing ulcers. It also reduces vices such as cribbing, weaving, and pawing. Mounting low mimics natural grazing position. Very simple to use and easy to load. Net attaches onto spiral fittings on frame.

Net NOT included. Patent pending.

Product Features:

  • Load quickly and easily
  • Encourages slow feeding
  • Low feeding position allows for more natural eating position
  • Locks flat to wall
Item Specifications:

Size:
Use hay nets with less than 2" openings (nets not included)
E006600

Item Number Model Number UPC
E010418 88-1802-2-0 688499517591

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So my horse has destroyed it in 6 months
So I originally LOVED these feeders and have had them about 6 months. With 4 horses, they really have come in handy and have definitely reduced the amount of hay wasted BUT my old mare, who is the worst at leaving her hay and then peeing on it, has officially destroyed hers. The entire back bar has come off the welds so it's not even repairable without a welder. originally i kept using it with only one side off but she has now successfully destroyed the other side and it is impossible to use since it wont hold the hay and it just falls out the backside. I have yet to see a warranty replacement policy that will cover this so guess it's time to purchase another. My only concern is it's a bit pricey if it only lasts 6 months.
September 23, 2015
This is my second (checking back) review.
We were waiting to see what the destructive ones would do and the answer is.....NOTHING!!! Things are holding up extremely well! I couldn't give a high rating in durability because we haven't had them long enough to tell. I can see that as the protective paint wears away--rust could become a problem and maybe they won't slide open as easily....don't know. We will try to minimize that if it happens. I have one horse that makes it her business to chew through nets--but that isn't the feeder's problem. I can always replace the less expensive net---right???? I have learned to put the flakes (leafs) in at an angle and that means I can feed two at a time. Still wish the opening was bigger--but, it is okay. One last thing. Be sure to install on the level as otherwise it is hard to open and secure on the locking thingy.
December 13, 2013
So far, so good. We are waiting to see what the destructive ones do with them.
Very easy to mount---my husband did not complain! The hooks made attaching the net very easy. I purchased black nets, they don't fade, with 2" openings---nets not included. My horses seem very happy as they can get at the hay easily without ripping it all out at once. I was using a different nibble net bag and they really tossed them around because it was hard to get at the hay. They also chewed through the net/webbing/stitching on the sides. We are waiting to see what happens, as we just put them up today. I will re-review in a week or so after the destructive ones have a go at tearing them up. The one drawback so far, is that if you are feeding three string bales--the opening of this frame will be too small. Overall, I would like the opening to be bigger!
December 1, 2013
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Ease of loading a hay bag
Trudy J on Jul 7, 2017
Great product! Easy to load and allows one to monitor quantity of hay used. It slows down the eating. No waste of hay that the horses can trample and urinate on.Be aware if you leave a horse with halter that it is possible to catch on rings ! Depending on horse they will wear the hay nets which are easily replaced
BRENDAN F on Jul 31, 2015
Ease of loading a hay bag
Trudy J on Jul 7, 2017
I have purchased 2 and like them, so got one of each of my horses.
TERRI R on Nov 11, 2015
Great product! Easy to load and allows one to monitor quantity of hay used. It slows down the eating. No waste of hay that the horses can trample and urinate on.Be aware if you leave a horse with halter that it is possible to catch on rings ! Depending on horse they will wear the hay nets which are easily replaced
BRENDAN F on Jul 31, 2015
convenience
ANN J on Feb 3, 2015
Less waste and slower feeding.
ANGELA B on Apr 1, 2014
These are really nice and heavy duty, this is the third one I bought now each horse has one in their stall.
LEANNA D on Mar 27, 2014
I have purchased 2 and like them, so got one of each of my horses.
TERRI R on Nov 11, 2015
convenience
ANN J on Feb 3, 2015
With a large net, can the hay hoop support a half bale of hay?
A shopper on Dec 8, 2014
BEST ANSWER: It is recommended that you use hay nets with less a than 2" openings which may vary in the amount of hay it can support.
what are the dimensions of the holes?
kathy p on Dec 6, 2014
BEST ANSWER: This item does not come with a net. Please see item #E010419 for net included version. This version has a net with 2" holes. The manufacturer recommends that you do not use any hay net with holes larger than 2".
Size of holes in net?
catherine g on Sep 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: If you read the ad again, it specifically states that the net is NOT included. Separately I purchased a slow feeder net with 2 inch holes. It can hold a 2 or 4 flake net. I do like these. Cuts down on waste and very easy to load. I have have a filly that likes to spread her hay, lay on it and unfortunately mess on some of it. It really helped with cutting back on wasted hay.
What are the dimensions of the hoop?
A shopper on Nov 11, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I'm out of the country right now. To answer your question right away the net is wider then the end of a regular bale of hay. I love love these mechanisms. Hold up to 3 flakes of hay . I will be buying more for my out side run in shed. These are one of the best purchases I've made. I dont have to worry about a horse getting caught in the net and they can't fling the nets around. Love them!
Can you mount this wall feeder in a straight load trailer?
Wendy on Jun 25, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes it should be fine as long as the wall is flat or you mount it to a flat surface such as a piece of wood.
How much hay can this hold? Do u load buy the flake or can u load half a bale into it ? Can i use my own large hay net with it?
Sam S on May 15, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I used my own large sized slow feed hay nets with the hay hoops. When loading with the hay hoop, two flakes fit through really easily, three is ok, four flakes or more and you're going to have to break it up and push it through two flakes at a time. So while you can't cram a half bale in through the hoop in one push, you can use a bag large enough to hold a half bale (or more) total.