Jeffers Cotton Hay Bag FeederLarge hay bag made from strong, mildew-resistant cotton cord. Holds approx. 1/4 bale.
Colors May Vary.
Made in China
- Brand: Jeffers®
- Type: Bag
- Material: Cotton
- Size: Large
"Awesome Product. Please always offer to customers"
I ordered 4 more of these bags for my husband to use while I was out of town. If you are looking for a better bag, these are awesome and hold a lot of hay. They are NOT slow feeders though. In the cold they are very easy on the hands. They open fully and go around a barrel draping over the edges to make filling so much easier. Just be sure to pull draw cord open from the knot to allow bag to open fully & drape. I hope Jeffers will always offer these great bags for those of us who are tired of the small poly bags. They will not come up on website as cotton hay bags which is deceiving and should be fixed. Without the item number I wasn't able to see them, luckily I had one still in the bag. I now have a total of 9 and they will last forever. Sometimes the rings will break off but I just run the draw string thru that section to close the bag. Works for me...you too!
"Can't say enough...!"
I bought 5 of these in 2014. I can't say enough about how great these are since characters are limited. I will say my stallion has not torn any of them up. I use 4 to hand feed him and he is ruff!!! They hold a lot of hay!!! I wet them down to reduce dust and they still look great. I love not getting cuts on my hands when I hang them up, unlike the poly nets that are awful! I will reorder these again and again...if I ever need them. Cost has increased since I bought, but it is still a great deal.
I bought 10 of these for our horse business and they are awesome! I can put up to 5 flakes if I want and they are very durable! Our horses even turn them into toys after they eat all the hay out of them and they still look new!
I bought 2 of these bags and I love them. So does my 4 mini donkeys. They will eat out of this before anything else. Less waste and less clean up. I hung one in their stall and the other on the fence