$13.99 to $16.99
Slow Feed Hay Net
Extra strong hay net, designed to give your horse a more natural way of feeding. Designed with small holes to slow down horse's intake of hay and prevent waste.
Holes are 2".
Small - holds 1/2 bale
Large - holds 3/4 bale
Colors may vary.
- Brand: Shires Equestrian
- Type: Slow Feed
- Color: Black/Blue,Black/Red
- Size: Small (Holds 1/2 Bale),Large (Holds 3/4 Bale)
I've tried other brands, this one is easiest to fill & out lasts other brands, good quality
"PJ from PA"
In my opinion this slow feed hay net is the best on the market based on the price and durability. I have used them for three years now and won't buy anything else.
Haven't used yet due to holiday and extreme cold temps. Looks adequate for my needs
"Best quality you can buy"
I have a 19 stall barn. We use the black/blue only. They are by far the toughest design for the price and slow the horses down significantly. Hold up great! But if your horse is an aggressive eater/chewer, haven't seen one that can stand up longterm to those guys.
"Love both sizes"
I have tried both sizes available, and they are great. Very durable too. Definitely would recommend and I’ll buy again when they ever wear out.
"LOVE THESE NETS!"
I have been using these nets for a few years now, and have no complaints! They are a great hay net for a decent price.
"slow feeder hya nets"
love the slow feeder hay bags. helps the hay last a bit longer. also keeps it off the ground where it would be stepped on and soiled. use them all the time.
"The best small hole hay nets!"
I've tried others, but these are the best small hole hay nets. They are the easiest to fill, and even the small one holds four or five big flakes of hay. I use my all day with my three horses - they always have access to hay (to keep ulcers at bay). These are sturdy. My "destroyer of all things" horse has only ruined one so far, and even that lasted four or five months. The others are going strong at a year.
Love these haynets. They hold plenty for day/night feeding. Also, don't waste much.
"Love, love, love!"
We ordered two nets initially (one large and one small) just to see if they would work for our goats. (They waste a lot of hay.) We loved these nets so much, we ordered more. They work great, are very sturdy and they save a lot of hay. I am actually ordering more today!
"Good but there is better"
I loved these nets my horse slowed down eating his hay... I bought these for everyone in my barn. Than I found the Ultra Slow Feed Hay Net and I will use them from now on...
I bought 4 of these because they had such good reviews but two have already separated at the seams. They just barely fit 2 flakes. I was very disappointed and would not buy these again.
"Love Shires hay nets! These are sileage nets though so VERY small holes"
I have several Shires slow feed nets- most blue/black nets hold half a bale and the red/black hold a full bale and have approx 1.5" holes and advertised at other websites as slow feed nets and 1.5" holes. (anything less than 2" is generally considered a slow feed net) When I received these they are SILEAGE nets so only 1" holes. These work great for mini's, small ponies and goats/llamas/sheep etc. They are frustrating for larger horses. But work fantastic for our small ponies and donkeys. 2 small laps last most of the night this way. And help with allergies since they can't stick their nose in the net and also eye allergies since they keep dust to a minimum. If they were the 1.5" slow feed nets I'd give them 5 stars, but they are falsely advertised a bit since a 14 to 16h horse has a hard time eating out of a 1" sileage hole. Great quality, horses don't bite through Shires nets and they last many years with hard daily use.
For the price I didn't expect it to be so thick and rugged. The only problem is the rope is very slick and makes it tough to secure. However that also makes it easy to untie and refill. Would definitely recommend this product.
Best hay net ever! Very durable. I've had these last 3 years; using them every day with an aggressive eater. Buy it, you won't be disappointed.