Freedom Feeder Extended Day Slow Feed Hay Net

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Freedom Feeder Slow Feed Hay Net Extended Day Net
 
Designed for stall use or to create movement by spreading out feed stations in your herd.  Perfect for slow feeding or for Insulin Resistant horses. Holds up to 50 pounds of forage hay.  Comes with 4 breakaway carbiners- 2 for hanging and 2 for optional hanging strings.  Available in 1" or 1.5" sized holes. Manufacturer recommends using net with 1.5" holes before transitioning to net with 1" holes.

Product Features:
  • Use for stalls
  • Can be used for goats
  • Slow feeder
  • Holds up to 50 lbs, 6 flakes, or a 2-string bale net 
  • Comes with 4 carbiners
  • Estimated lasting time- 30 hours


Item Specifications:

Size:
4' x 3'

Color:
White
 
Material:
3 mm Nylon Mesh

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horse uses it and i believe it is the best for stalled horses to eat all day
Paige Y on Dec 12, 2015
O.K. quality. It slows down the ponies from inhaling the hay and keeps the hay contained. Otherwise they will trample, pee and poop on the hay.
Claudia T on Nov 30, 2015
I chose this item to keep my horses hay off the ground and wanted a slow feeder to keep her busy during the day and not gobble down her hay.
Tammy P on Dec 2, 2015
I use these out in the pastures during the winter months when the grass is gone. I only have 2 horses so a round bale isn't practical (they are in separate fields) and I was getting tired of watching my "money" blow across the fields on windy days.
Wendy T on May 31, 2015
does this nylon netting stretch so that the holes become enlarged and therefore less effective at slowing feeding down? Also - are there knots in the netting or are the seems smooth?
helen n on Aug 4, 2014
Best Answer: Taking the abuse of 2 elderly Fjords with no problems and I'm not seeing any skin damage on either of the ladies. I have it hanging slightly off the ground so they do tug on it some. It is important to become good at lacing the net closed because it doesn't seem to take long for them to find any larger holes.
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I have looked at these before. The hay in the bags seems to be very fine, almost chopped. The hay I feed is more coarse and long. Would the horses be able to get it out?
Chris M on Dec 1, 2015
Best Answer: Yes they will be able to get it out but will take a bit longer and really slow them down. I have found that first cut hay is a bit harder to get out of the net than second cut hay which is softer. I have the 1.5 inch and am thinking of getting the 1 inch because I only feed second and third cut which my horse gets out of net almost too fast. It really depends on how coarse of a hay you are talking. If it is almost like straw... Then it will be difficult in an 1.5 inch and you may want to get a 2 inch hole. Hope that helps!
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I have a miniature horse and am looking for a way to leave him for a night on occasion. I want him to have food to last him through two feedings w/o his overeating and getting too much. Can this be accomplished with this product or any other?
Barbara G on Dec 7, 2014
Best Answer: I have a Morgan mare and she is a pig. She use to eat all of her evening hay in a matter of hours. With the freedom feeder she can nibble on hay all thru the night and into the morning and is not grouchy in the morning. The interesting thing is that she will choose to eat from the freedom feeder now even if there is hay on the ground. It is a more natural way for them to eat - similar to grazing I believe. I highly recommend the large freedom feeder as you can fill it up and keep your mini satisfied.
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