Kensington 2 Flake Hay Bag W/Rim

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Product Summary:

Kensington 2 Flake Hay Bag With Rim

Perfect for the trailer or shows, this sturdy plastic bag is encased in rugged nylon webbing around the top, which makes stocking a breeze. It features an adjustable nylon strap and a swivel snap that makes hanging and carrying easy.

Features:

  • Durable and strong construction
  • Holds two large flakes of hay
  • Easy to fill with hay
  • Stays full longer
  • Nylon webbing along the top
Item Specifications:

Size:
26" x 18½" x 8½"

Top Opening:
8" x 9½"

Material:
PVC-coated polyester Textilene

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GREAT HAY BAG
Love the hoop-top opening that allows you to slide in the maximum amount of hay without needing four additional hands. Very durable.
December 12, 2016
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Is this hay bag made out of the same material as the Kensington fly sheets?
Sandy E on Sep 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The item is made out of PVC-coated polyester Textilene.
Is the rim plastic or metal?
Jake the Snake on Jan 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: plastic...my horse tore out the middle divider. It is well made, my horse is just a beast. I have yet to buy a feeder that he hasn't destroyed.