Hay Hoops Collapsible Wall Hay Feeder

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Hay Hoops Collapsible Wall Hay Feeder


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Product Summary:

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Tough-1 Deluxe Hay Hoops Collapsible Wall Hay Feeder
The natural feeding experience of a hay hoops collapsible wall hay feeder reduces the likelihood of developing ulcers. It also reduces vices such as cribbing, weaving, and pawing.  Mounting low mimics natural grazing position. Very simple to use and easy to load. 
Net NOT included. Patent pending.
Product Features:
  • Load quickly and easily
  • Encourages slow feeding
  • Low feeding position allows for more natural eating position
  • Locks Flat to wall

Item Specifications:

Use hay nets with less than 2" openings (nets not included)

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Hoping this helps keep two messy geldings from spreading their hay all over the place and pooping on it!
RENEE K on Oct 19, 2015
these hay racks are great, they save on hay, no waste and the horses actually like eating out of them I have 7 of them now... the hay stays off the ground, clean and they are easy to load the hay in.. love them
pat s on Jun 26, 2015
because it's quick, easy and it works
Francine B on Aug 19, 2015
I just moved my horse to a new barn and there is no hardware whatsoever in the stalls. This looks like a great solution to feeding hay slowly without as much mess and without sand ingestion.
Kortney K on Dec 21, 2014
Can you close the top with hay in it. In other words can you collapse the metal top with hay in it to keep horses from eating out to top and how big are the nylon holes?. Thanks
Annette G on Feb 6, 2014
Best Answer: Hi there. I recently bought 3 of these hay hoops to make it easier to feed this winter. I love them. You basically drop your hay in. (I can cram 4 flakes in each hay net, but it's probably better if you stick with 2 or 3 flakes at a time.) Then you fold up the top and there is a metal catch that the outer rim of the hay hoop attaches to. This prevents the hoop from being open on the top.

I have noticed that occasionally the net will come unnattached from the hoop rim in a few places. This has not caused any safety concerns but it is a little annoying. You just have to check it each time you load your hay. I've solved this on one of my nets by using zip-ties to keep the net more permanently attached to the rim. If this solution continues to work, I'll probably do that to all of them

Also the net is durable, but over time will wear any may need repair or replacement, so factor in a new $10 hay net each year when determining your budget.

That being said. I initially ordered 3 and placed them in my paddock. I love how easy they were to use. My horses don't go through their hay as quickly and there is very little waste. I used to put 8 flakes of hay out in feeders and it would be gone within a few hours. With the hay hoops and the slow feeder net, that same amount of hay will last well over 12 hours, so my horses are able to have free choice hay available to them all the time. I have been very happy with my purchase and ordered 3 more hay hoops to hang in my stalls.
Reply · Report · NICHOLAS W on Feb 6, 2014
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is anyone concerned about a horse getting a hoof or horse shoe caught in the net - the fact they they hang so low worries me??
cecelia on Nov 9, 2015
Best Answer: I had the same concern but have been using in 3 different stalls one horse has shoes. I hung them so the hang about three inches off the ground when empty. Full they stick our from the wall. I haven't had any issues except two of them I had to get replacement nets. I'm disappointed that the suggested replacements are regular hay bags and one of them doesn't hold as much hay. and is about 8" inches shorter than the original net that came with the kit. the third one I ordered without the hay net because I had ordered extra replacements. I do like them even though the replacement aren't the same. I feed small lost portion in additional to the net full and the horses go to the netted hay first most days.
Reply · Report · Lee S on Nov 9, 2015
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Which of your slow feed hay nets fit this collapsible feeder? I have two of your Tough-1 and thinking about ordering what you call the Slow Feed Net.
Marlyn H on Dec 29, 2014
Best Answer: I have three different slow feeding hay nets. The hay hoop fits all three. However before you start hooking it in you need to count the number of notches on the hay hoop and then count how many loops are on your hay net. Then you just need to double up when you attach the loops to the hay hoop. Hope this helps. Ps we love the hay hoop!!!!
Reply · Report · Karen K on Jan 21, 2015
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I only need the replacement nets? What's their product number for an order?
Dianne D on Jul 11, 2015
Best Answer: Item# E006600
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Jul 13, 2015
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