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Jeffers Slow Feed Hay Bag

Imported

Colors: Black

Dimensions: 26" x 21½" x 7"



Item # Description Price Each Qty
RI-S5 Jeffers Slow Feed Hay Bag Each $25.95
 

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 - Monday, May 05, 2014
would be best for trailer feeding, NOT for everyday use
Reviewed By:  Kim (Mojave, California) 
The netting holds up very well and I prefer this type of feeder to the net, but the solid back is not up to the task and shreds easily. It was destroyed by my horse in about three weeks, shredding the canvas back. The Slow Feed Haynet lasted for nearly a year and is less money. If you want a feed bag like in this style, I would suggest spending the extra and buy the NibbleNet without the solid back.

 - Thursday, January 02, 2014
Not for Daily Use
Reviewed By:  Megan (Athens, Alabama) 
I bought these to slow down my fat geldings hay consumption, after only a few weeks use the stitching was ripping and the D rings were pulled out. These are a complete waste of money. Granted it did slow down my geldings hay consumption but are now useless because they have large holes in the netting. They worked great until the stitching started to rip.

 - Wednesday, December 04, 2013
love these bags!
Reviewed By:  Jamie Gard (Murray, Ia) 
I ordered several of these for my kids to use during 4-h shows. I also used a couple to feed a mare while at my house. I love how much they hold, - I can fit a whole flake from a big square bale! The only problem I've had is the horse reaching into the bag from the top & then pulling too much out. To help prevent that I added clips to the top rings to help hold it shut. I believe these bags will last us many years since we primarily only use them a week out of the year, we don't use them at all at home, the horses are either on pasture or big bales at home.
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