Tough-1 Slow Feed Hay Net

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Product Summary:

Tough-1 Slow Feed Hay Net
Large 42" size holds plenty of hay to keep your horse busy at the show, campground or trailer.  Constructed of the strongest poly hay cord for longest wear.  Knotted style has approximate 1" x 1" openings when un-stretched to make your horse eat slower and cause less mess.
  • Large size hold plenty of hay
  • Strongest poly hay cord for longest wear
  • Knotted style for slower eating & less mess

Please Note: Each hay net is hand-tied. Therefore, opening sizes may vary slightly.

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Black E018263 BLK 72-18042-2-0 688499566957
Hunter Green E018263 HGR 72-18042-6-0 688499566988
Purple E018263 PPL 72-18042-10-0 688499566940
Red E018263 RED 72-18042-5-0 688499566971
Royal Blue E018263 ROY 72-18042-4-0 688499566964

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Why did you choose this? Store
slows down my overeaters and keeps their hay off the ground
leona a on Jul 27, 2017
slows down my overeaters and keeps their hay off the ground
leona a on Jul 27, 2017
What is size of holes?
A shopper on Aug 20, 2017
BEST ANSWER: THey say 1 inch square but they stretch put a bit. About 1 1/4 inch. They work good but the string to hold them up is weak. When they break, I just replace it with twine.
What are the dimensions of this net and how many flakes would it hold?
Steffi S on Jan 18, 2017
BEST ANSWER: These are about 42" long -- they are hard to get an accurate measurement because they do stretch somewhat with use. I can get about 4 good thick flakes in a net.
can you use with hay hoops?
S J on Dec 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes you can. Just remove the string at the top that's used to close the bag before attaching to the frame.