Hay Hoops Wall Hay Feeder with Net

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Product Summary:

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Tough-1 Deluxe Hay Hoops Collapsible Wall Hay Feeder with Net  
Natural feeding experience reduces the likelihood of developing ulcers.  Reduces vices such as cribbing, weaving, and pawing.  Mounting low mimics natural grazing position. Very simple to use and easy to load.  Net with 2" (approximate) mesh holes is 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
  • See E006600 for replacement net option

Product Reviews by Customers

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This was a disaster. Hard to fill, metal mechanism collapses, horses tore the bag in no time and I would not use it for anything in shoes.
Lola M on Jan 18, 2016
I chose this item to hang in my horse's stall to keep her hay off the ground. Also makes her eat her hay more slowly.
Tammy P on Dec 2, 2015
hoping it is easy to load and will save me from reloading hay multiple times a day to keep a slow feed, free-choice hay option
Lorrie D on Dec 27, 2015
herb w on Nov 15, 2015
How much hay does this feeder hold?
Jane M on Jan 21, 2014
Best Answer: Depending on the size of the flakes, I have put 2-3 flakes in the feeder. These feeders are so easy to load and close. There is much less waste. The holes are fairly small so they have to work a little harder and it makes the hay last a little longer. Other than not being able to install the lock at the top because the surface of the barn is uneven, I would highly recommend these feeders. Even without the lock my horses have never been able to pull them open.
Reply · Report · JANET V on Mar 18, 2015
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Is there any way to attach these feeder hoops to vertical stall bars or do the hoops have to be attached to an actual wall?
Polly M on Jun 30, 2015
Best Answer: Thanks Gals. I have my nibble nets hanging from 2 eye bolts and baling twine from the ceilings of my stalls. When I fill the nets, all I have to do is unclip the drawstrings and stuff in the hay. Allllmost as easy as dropping it into these hoops. I guess I'll stick with the method I have going now. Thanks! PM
Reply · Report · Polly M on Jun 30, 2015
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I worry about the horse getting a foot caught in any net left in the stall. And this one hangs even lower??? Not sure I would feel safe with it.
A shopper on Sep 9, 2015
Best Answer: I have mine hung higher than what is shown in the picture - the top of it it is probablying about 5 feet from the ground. In addition, I use small mesh hay nets to minimize any risk of a hoof getting caught. I have used it for over a year without incident and my horse loves it. He eats out of the net even with hay on the ground. Slows him down, food lasts longer, healthier for horse mentally and physically.
Reply · Report · Maddie W on Sep 9, 2015
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What keeps them from eating their hay right from the top?
Lois K on Apr 4, 2014
Best Answer: The photo shows the hay hoop in open position. When the metal rim is pushed down into place, the hay hoop is flat against the wall and horses can't eat from the top. There is also a lock that keeps the hoop from being opened, but our barn siding is warped so we didn't install the lock to avoid having to fiddle with aligning it. Our horses have never tried to pull up on the hoop and it stays in place when you push it down. I've never been a fan of hay bags, but this is an ingenious holder and I love how handy it is to fill. You can put 3 flakes in it easily. The holes are small enough that it keeps the horses from eating too quickly. Great product and I highly recommend it.
Reply · Report · JANET V on Apr 5, 2014
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What height do you mount it?
Felicia D on Sep 28, 2015
Best Answer: Using the pictures I found as a guide, I mounted it high enough to keep the bottom of the empty net about one foot off the floor. With the slow feed net, they can't get their foot stuck in it as much. That way they can eat at a more normal height.
Reply · Report · Amy M on Sep 28, 2015
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Nothing's indestructible when dealing w horses but about how long do these last?
Lois K on Apr 5, 2014
Best Answer: Over a period of 3 months, my horses have chewed through a net in two spots. I've remedied that by using baling twine to tie up the hole. A few nets have fraying supports, and I estimate that I'll probably buy a new net once a year, but the hay hoop itself is sturdy and should last for a long time. I have 3 horses and have placed 3 hay hoops in their stalls/shelters and 3 hay hoops on supports spread around my sacrifice paddock. They have worked will to keep my horses busy while still lowering total hay consumption.
Reply · Report · NICHOLAS W on Apr 6, 2014
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Which hay net fits this frame?
A shopper on Nov 18, 2015
Best Answer: I have replaced the original net with the slow feed haynet ($8.88) that Stateline sells. It is vary easy to use especially loading the hay into the net. My mare found that if she pushed the bag against the wall she could eventually rip holes in the bag to get her hay out faster. That was the only drawback as otherwise it is a great system. Threading the new net onto the frame takes a little patience but is not hard to do.
Reply · Report · Sheryl C on Nov 19, 2015
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