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How to use slow feed hay nets for horses

By Cynthia Cooper Have you ever wondered if there’s a better way to use slow feed hay nets? There are so many options, choices and methods to consider that will keep your nets from being torn, lost, rolled under a fence, drowned in the mud or buried in sand! Different ways of using slow feed hay […]

New Super Tough Round Bale Hay Nets

Round Bale Hay Net

Do you have destructive horses?  We have a solution – the new Super Tough 6cm Round Bale Hay Net – the first Australian design and the best! In response to customer demand, we’ve increased the strength of our round bale 6cm hole nets from a 48 ply twine to a 60 ply twine. This much thicker […]

Round Bale HaySaver Q&A

Some common questions answered about round bale hay nets. 1. How do you stop horses from tearing the net?  The netting is pretty tough and takes quite a lot of tearing/pulling to make a hole, but a frustrated horse could chew through it if they haven’t learned to pull the hay through the holes. That’s […]

Slow Feed Haysaver Haynets

Slow feeding is fast becoming the best practice for the horse industry as people discover the benefits for their horses and their wallet. The availability of long lasting nylon and poly netting used in the marine industry has enabled enterprising manufacturers to provide a much needed product. These tough nets are made to last from […]

Round Bale Net use and cover to make

I can see why some people prefer to use round bales as they are cheaper than the equivalent in small squares, and it means less hay handling on a daily basis. The downside to large rounds is the wastage as horses can really make a mess of a bale that is not contained. Even in […]

Hay Feeders = less gorging and waste

While doing a spot of web surfing, I found the site of Swedish hoof trimmer, Ove Lind who has put together an interesting selection of hay feeding options to enable 24/7 hay and to reduce gorging and wastage. He says “I have found that as long as there is a limited supply of hay the […]

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