Scenic Road Manufacturing Corner Hay Rack

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Scenic Road Manufacturing Corner Hay Rack

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Product Summary:

Scenic Road Manufacturing Corner Hay Rack
Heavy duty, powder coated, welded 1/2" rod construction throughout.  Wedge shaped design will keep hay held under compression as it is being removed from bottom, preventing hay from being pulled out in bundles and trampled.
 
Product Features:
  • Heavy duty
  • Constructed of American steel
  • Efficient design reduces waste
  • Rounded edges eliminate injuries
  • Mount in corner 
  • Made in American!
  • Hardware not included
Item Specifications:
Size:
31"H x 29" W extends to 21"D
 
Color:
Black
 
Weight:
11 lbs
 
Material:
Steel
 
Item Number Model Number UPC
SLT310315 SRC1100 723428000048

Product Reviews by Customers

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5 / 5
Well built, the welds seem to hold up good and don't show any signs they will fail. No sharp edges or anything that you'd need to file down to prevent cuts.
March 15, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Durability
5 / 5
Great Value for Money
Really great product. Extremely sturdy and well built. Fit into corner very nicely. Delivery was timely and product arrived without any issues. Best price I found for the value and quality of the product.
March 3, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
SAFE QUALITY
I shopped around and did not find a better product. The edges are smooth , it mounts easily and has a good capacity . Beyond excellent and made in the USA
March 18, 2015
multi-animal friendly
I bought these for our horse, but ended up using it for the cow & sheep! Works great, we all love it!
January 3, 2011
Great value
Inexpensive. Well made. No chance of breaking and exposing sharp edges.I expect mine will last for years.Requires you provide your own mounting bolts or screws - 4 per hay rack.
July 3, 2010
Great hay rack!
This rack is very well made. I was able to mount it easily. It has more capacity than other hay racks I've seen. I would definitely recommend this to a friend.
December 22, 2009
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To install in barn.
MERRIE A on Dec 3, 2016
need for my small stall
PAMELA V on Feb 28, 2014
To install in barn.
MERRIE A on Dec 3, 2016
My mare has heaves, I needed something to get her hay off the sawdust to prevent worsening allergies.
Samantha D on Nov 19, 2016
need for my small stall
PAMELA V on Feb 28, 2014
My mare has heaves, I needed something to get her hay off the sawdust to prevent worsening allergies.
Samantha D on Nov 19, 2016
Will this rack hold 2 flakes of hay?
DEBORAH H on Mar 1, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Easily. It will hold 1/2 to 3/4 of a bale, depending on how large your bales are or how tightly you pack into the rack. A full bale would be stretch.
Recommended height for mounting in a stall? My horse is 16 hands. I know that a lowered head position is more natural a la grazing but he is prone to coughing and I am currently using hay bags. What is the recommended height from floor for mounting?
Dorothy T on Dec 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Although lower is more "natural" (all the horses I've ever been around eat tree leaves as high as their necks will stretch) I wouldn't hang it any lower than they could easily snag a leg or hoof in. I have one a little over 12 hands and another right at 16 and mounted the top of the rack at 5'. They all seem to do fine. You might have to experiment a bit and see what works best for your hoss. I'd start on the high side then gradually lower. Also, you might ask your vet.