Hanging Hay Pillow - Small Mesh Hay Net Alternative
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 and minimizes waste. Wide and low netting offers your horse, pony, or goat more access to the hay and encourages a more natural eating position with the head down or lowered. A customer favorite for eating at trailer side or as a suspended slow feed choice at home. 3/4”, 1”, 1 1/4” and 1 3/4" mesh sizes. Prices vary according to mesh size.
Hanging Hay Pillow - Low Netting Lets Your Horse Eat in A More Natural Position
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Hanging & Mounting Tips for Over Eager Eaters
Secure the swivel clip facing the back of the bag. If the bag is empty or low and your horse flips it upward, the netting won't get caught in the sliding mechanism of the clip.
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Hanging Hay Pillow Testimonials
"Perfect pillows for my baby! The hanging hay pillow I put in Rosie’s stall and use it in the horse trailer. It’s a great size. She also has a Standard Hay Pillow in her paddock. She loves to walk back and forth eating little bits at a time going inside and outside. I’m ordering another so she can have 3 locations to eat from. She loves walking and eating, walking and eating. Never really thought about it but it is what they do when they graze! Incredible product, thanks so much." ~Jackie~
"I love this bag for my goats. They now have hay available 24/7. I no longer have to spend time cleaning up wasted trampled hay or go out to feed early in the morning." ~Diane~
"My little herd of four love their hay pillows! I find the hanging ones very useful when I turn them out in my arena . We have a small property in the middle of Dallas and I have to manage the grass. Having hay pillows tied to the arena fence allows my little herd to graze even though they are not turned out in the grass areas."~ Dominique ~
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