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Slow Feed Hay Bags

There's a Hay Pillow for every use - from the best selling Standard Ground Pillow, to the Hanging Hay Pillow and horse Trailer Manager Hay Pillow - plus the Mini Hay Pillow, specifically designed for minis.

Standard Hay Pillow® Slow Feeder Hay Bag

Original price $69.99 - Original price $79.99
Original price
$69.99 - $79.99
$69.99 - $79.99
Current price $69.99

Our best selling slow feed bag - The Standard Hay Pillow® ground feeder is offered in 3/4", 1", 1-1/4" and 1-3/4" mesh sizes. Rugged 1000 denier ny...

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Mini Hay Pillow® Slow Feeder Hay Bag

Original price $49.99 - Original price $54.99
Original price
$49.99 - $54.99
$49.99 - $54.99
Current price $49.99

Allow your miniature horse(s) to eat in a natural grazing position and encourage movement with a slow feed solution designed specifically for minis...

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Hanging Hay Pillow® - Small Mesh Hay Net Alternative

Original price $74.99 - Original price $83.99
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$74.99 - $83.99
$74.99 - $83.99
Current price $74.99

The Hanging Hay Pillow® slow feeding hay bag is the best alternative to small mesh hay nets. Its durable, solid back design better contains the hay...

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Manger Hay Pillow® Horse Trailer Hay Bag

Original price $65.99 - Original price $75.99
Original price
$65.99 - $75.99
$65.99 - $75.99
Current price $65.99

Allow your horse easy access to "graze" during travel - while alleviating hay waste - with the Manger Hay Pillow®. Keeps hay off the floor and out ...

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Version II Standard Hay Pillow® Bag

Original price $56.99 - Original price $56.99
Original price
$56.99 - $56.99
Current price $56.99

Our Version II slow feed bags make it easy and more economical to experiment with mesh sizes. Net panels are sold separately and offered in a varie...

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Version II Standard Hay Pillow® Net Panel

Original price $34.99 - Original price $44.99
Original price
$34.99 - $44.99
$34.99 - $44.99
Current price $34.99

The Standard Pillow® II Net Panel is one of two components necessary to complete a Hay Pillow® - making it easy to experiment with mesh sizes. The ...

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Two bay horses with fly masks on eating from two Hay Pillow slow feeders on the ground near a water trough.

What Our Customers Say

"Thank you Hay Pillow for an amazing product that is part of our every day! Our herd can pull and forage like nature intended even in the desert thanks to hay pillow, and the entertainment is priceless! We discovered the hay pillow last year, we have used our three hay pillows every single day, with rain or shine, and I admit, we haven’t treated them well either. The herd has flung it, stomped it, and pulled it, and it was left out during monsoons and served us through that really rough Arizona summer, and the quality is so amazing that besides a little sun fading, they still look brand new! Not one tear, not a snag. I am so in awe of it mostly because our herd loves it so much. I offer so many different hay stations per “paddock paradise model” at different heights, and locations, and the hay pillow is always a favorite. And it can be shared, the boys always prefer to share. The girls seem to like each their own. Last but not least, hay pillow is aligned and on the ethical mission; their site/blog offers many different educational articles on natural horse keeping, nutrition, hay, and much more. Definitely a product made with love." - Desert Sky Ranch & Sanctuary

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Happy Horses - Here's Why

"I wanted to share how happy I am with the Hay Pillow. I purchased the Hay Pillow four months ago for a horse that was confined to a stall for a couple of months after an eye infection and surgery. His stall had no manger so this seemed a good way to feed his hay, especially considering he's a bit metabolic and slow feeding is helpful. I found your product after a conversation with my horse's eye surgeon, Dr. Megan Gallagher, University of Missouri. We were discussing safely confining my horse (with lavage system and protective visor), keeping him sane, and the plethora of products marketed to owners when she mentioned that the Hay Pillow looked interesting although she had not tried it.

Here is what happened:

  • He enjoyed/enjoys pulling his hay out of the pillow. At first I thought it was the novelty, but it has never worn off!
  • The slow feeding kept him happily engaged through the long confinement in his stall. He ignored toys.
  • He prefers pulling his hay from the Hay Pillow to eating loose hay. Same hay. This is consistent behavior, indoors or out.
  • Slow feeding is good for his gut and metabolism, but using the Hay Pillow doesn't frustrate him (my concern).
  • The Hay Pillow has proven to be durable. No issues. The pull tab on the zipper is just right.
  • It's easier to fill than I imagined. Thanks for the video instruction.
  • It keeps the stall cleaner.
  • Because he doesn't have his head down in a manger, he's not breathing as much dust from his hay.
  • It's moveable. He likes to arrange the Hay Pillow near the window so he can eat and see what's going on outside.
  • After his confinement ended, I found the Hay Pillow great for carrying a few beats of hay out to the pasture. Tidy and easy to handle.

But wait, there's more!

There is a second horse who is pretty much an opposite of the first. This one is a finicky, slow eater who wastes a lot of hay and likes to chew wood as a hobby. I decided to test the Hay Pillow with him, too. Here is what happened:

  • He also enjoys the engagement of pulling hay out of the pillow. I've let him use it for a week and the novelty hasn't worn off.
  • He actually eats a little more hay. Maybe because it's more interesting or the activity more closely resembles grazing or hay stays cleaner? Don't know, but it's a good thing for this guy.
  • He doesn't waste hay by scattering it through the bedding until it's unusable.
  • I haven't detected any new wood chewing this week even while though he was confined during some rainy weather this week. A miracle?

The Hay Pillow has performed far beyond my original expectation when I purchased it for a confined horse with no manger! Thanks for a great product for both horse and owner." - Lisette