Poly Cord Standard Hay Net

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Poly Cord Standard Hay Net

Poly Cord Standard Hay Net measures 42 inches. This long lasting hay net is made up of strong, woven poly cord. Durable design with 18 strands along with rings.  Use in barn, pasture, or trailer.
 
Product Features:
  • Holds up to a quarter bale of hay
  • Perfect for trailering


Item Specifications:

Size:
42" L

Material:
Poly cord

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This one my older Mare likes it. I guess because of the larger holes. good choice
Reatha T on Nov 3, 2014
I needed to soak my mare's hay since she had allergies (the biggest size worked best).
Jacina D on Apr 26, 2014
Needed a good hay net for trailering and stall, and this works great. Holes are a bit big, but it hasn't fallen apart after 3 years of steady use.
Shannon S on Sep 25, 2014
I like these hay bags and the price is very reasonable
Kathy W on Apr 16, 2014
Please show a different picture so people wont hang the bag so low in the stall. Horses can put a foot through the net if hung low. Right? Thanks!
Trouvee W on Aug 10, 2014
Best Answer: What I found that works well for my horses is to take every other ring to shorten the hay nets, and then I use a heavy duty fastener to "tie" it up. I have very limited places to hang it up from, and this has kept it up high enough that it has presented no problems for my animals. I hope this helps.
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