Freedom Feeder Full Bale Slow Feed Hay Net

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Freedom Feeder Slow Feed Hay Net Full Bale Net
 
Designed to carry an entire bale of hay.  Perfect for slow feeding or for Insulin Resistant horses. Holds up to 110 pounds of forage hay.  Closes using parachute cord to weave the top closed.  Manufacturer recommends using net with 1.5" holes before transitioning to net with 1" holes.

Product Features:
  • Use for stalls
  • Slow feeder
  • Can be used for goats
  • Holds Full Bale of forage hay
  • Parachute cord closure 
  • Estimated lasting time- 5-7 days
  • Made in the USA! 
Item Specifications:
Size:
5.5' x 4'

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
Great reviews from other purchasers
S C on Sep 13, 2015
Heard this net doesn't fall apart. My horses will put it to the test.
Terri H on Sep 25, 2015
Thought this would be a great way to feed slowly over a few days, but it has not been used yet. Seems promising.
April G on Apr 25, 2015
Are the holes stiched or do they expand and collapse like other nets?
Kelly S on Jan 17, 2015
Best Answer: I've used this net for four years and from my understanding of your question the holes do not expand or collapse.
Reply · Report · Paige Y on Jan 18, 2016
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Is the net part of the actual feeder, or does it just go around the bale?
Tracy O on May 20, 2015
Best Answer: This is the net only. The feeder shown in the stock photo is not included. The net is designed to enclose the entire bale.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on May 20, 2015
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Can you put hay in this if it is not a whole bale? Can you fill it like a regular bag feeder
A shopper on Jan 18, 2016
Best Answer: Yes, you can put as many flakes as you want and fluff them up to make eating go slower. Keep in mind that if you do decide to put a whole bale in, it is best to keep the twine on until after you have it loaded into the feeder, otherwise the bale expands and may not fit.
These feeders do not have the standard draw string style loading top. They come with paracord that you weave through the opening. It takes a little longer, but it works well.
This company has excellent customer service and help when you run into issues!!! Don't hesitate to contact them if something isn't working. They will work through it with you.
Reply · Report · Tamara N on Jan 19, 2016
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Do you recommend the 1 or 1.5"?
S C on Sep 13, 2015
Best Answer: I purchased the 1.5" first as recommended, however I have ponies and it was not much work for them to get to it. I just bought the 1" and it works a little better at slowing them down.

If you have full size horses, I think the 1.5" is fine. It all depends on the goal you are wishing to achieve. I needed to provide a source of hay over several days time while I travel. All my guys are are super low maintenance and can get fat looking at food. I needed something to keep them from devouring the hay all at once. The smaller openings achieved that better. I highly recommend the product... It has been a life saver!
Reply · Report · KAREN K on Sep 14, 2015
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Does everyone put these in what looks like water containers? Is this tied in or free? Do horses pull these out? I do have horses with shoes.
Sandra J on Jun 17, 2015
Best Answer: I use a plastic water container to hold my slow feeder. When I put the new full bale in the trough it is heavy enough the horses can not pull it out. However, by the time they eat about half or more of the bale they can pull it out and that is when I tie it in. My horses have shoes and I've never had any problems with them "catching" their shoes in the netting, even if they get it outside of the trough before I get it tied. I'm very pleased with this product.
Reply · Report · Melvin G on Jun 18, 2015
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How long should this feeder last?
Becky B on May 12, 2015
Best Answer: The material will last longer out of the weather, sun as well as rain. Also, away from a waterer as mine like to wet their hay and it allowed the feeder strands to absorb moisture. Basically two years of use keeping it dry - so far very good.
Reply (2) · Report · April G on May 12, 2015
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What is the size of the netting? As in the size of the holes? 1x1 inch? 2x2 inch?
Denise O on Jul 16, 2015
Best Answer: This net is available with 1" or 1.5" holes.
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Jul 16, 2015
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how does this bag close?
A shopper on Jan 23, 2016
Best Answer: This bag closes using parachute cord to weave the top closed.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Jan 25, 2016
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