Kensington Slow Feed Hay Bag

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Kensington Slow Feed Hay Bags

Designed to provide a natural way for your horses to feed, slowing down their hay intake and prevent hay waste.  Slowing down consumption aids in digestion and improves overall health.  Great for trailering or the stall. 

Features:
  • 1.5" x 1.5" poly nylon square holes
  • Adjustable straps for ease in transport (2-Flake- 1 strap; 4-Flake- 2 straps)
  • Holds either 2 or 4 flakes of hay  
Item Specifications:
Size:
2-Flake measures 17 1/2" x 26 1/2" x 8"
4-Flake measures 36 1/2" x 26 1/2" x 8"
 
Material:
Textilene Mesh

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Gwen M on Jan 28, 2016
Going to give it a try..hope it holds up..bought it for my EMS gelding who gobbles his food
pamela c on Jan 16, 2016
I have used the Kensington Slow Feed Hay Bag 2 flake size for several years and it has held up so well. Absolutely no wear shown on the bags or hardware attachments. On bad weather days I want the option of leaving more hay for them and not having to refill so often so will use the 4 flake on those days. I think these bags are better looking than others and like having something special in the stall at a horse show.
Carol O on Jan 21, 2016
I wanted a slow feed hay bag and previously other bags were purchased and they did not hold up. This bag had a good rating.
Ruth H on Dec 28, 2015
How quickly do you think an aggressive eater would rip up the mesh? - Thanks
Maggie C on Jul 17, 2015
Best Answer: Aggressiveness is a relative thing and difficult to determine. But if the bag is hung right, I find it lasts much longer. I had my first bag a year and then had to replace it. I bought a larger version of the same bag, and I took the old hang line from the previous bag and added it to the new and this time the bag is lasting much longer. I like them, and plan to buy them again. I have had others and they did not last as long with my mare.
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How durable is this slow feed hay bag?
Tanya P on Feb 21, 2014
Best Answer: I bought a 2 flake slow feeder NOT THE ONEin the picture. I bought it to repl a ce one. That was mostly canvas with a hole in the side that had netting over it.That former one my horse ripped up in one day
The Kensington has been in the stall for 2 weeks and going strong. My horse is a mouthy play-with-anything kind of guy.has flipped it over the top of the stall but has not torn or in anyway damaged it.
Reply · Report · Nicki B on Feb 21, 2014
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I have to feed my 28-year-old hay chopped in the chipper/shredder. Are the holes small enough to keep the chopped hay in the bag? Also, I board so how much trouble is it to load the bag?
A shopper on May 31, 2015
Best Answer: Features:
1.5" x 1.5" poly nylon square holes
Adjustable straps for ease in transport (2-Flake- 1 strap; 4-Flake- 2 straps)
Holds either 2 or 4 flakes of hay

Size:
2-Flake measures 17 1/2" x 26 1/2" x 8"
4-Flake measures 36 1/2" x 26 1/2" x 8"
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Jun 1, 2015
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Is the backside solid or netted?
A shopper on Aug 11, 2015
Best Answer: The back side is netted. Only the bottom and side panels are solid plaid material. So far it has worked well. You do end up with some hay on the ground below but nothing she can't get to and grase on. It has really helped my horse maintain a nice weight. I am very happy with it.
Reply · Report · Dane S on Aug 12, 2015
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Does a lot of hay fall out when in the bag when a horse is eating? - Thanks
Maggie C on Jul 16, 2015
Best Answer: Not a lot of hay but some. My colt likes to tear open the bottom of the bag to create a larger gap so he can get at more hay. I guess it depends on the size of the hay. It usually stays in pretty good. Sturdy bag -my colt just plays with it until it opens more. I can still use the bag until he worries the hole larger. Have had the bags for over a year now. The ones that have larger holes are a couple of years older. Hope I have answered your question.
Reply · Report · Laurie W on Jul 16, 2015
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Where is state line tack? It sounds familiar.
Linda A on Jan 8, 2016
Best Answer: Our two major locations are Hazle Township, PA and Louisiana, MO.
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