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HaySaver 4cm/48ply Tuff Slowfeed Hay Net

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PROUDLY MADE IN AUSTRALIA - 'The original and the best - copied by the rest!'

Our green Haysaver tough nets are made to last from durable, pre stretched UV stabilised, heavy duty 48 ply, polyethylene netting.

The holes are just large enough for the horse to get the hay through without gorging (4cm/1.5" square) – making it last much longer.
The small holes also suit little ponies - but not reccommended to be left on the ground or tied low for shod horses (the net can catch on the horse shoe).

Generally, these slowfeed nets will double or treble the time it takes for the horses to finish their hay compared to when fed loose.
Ideal for alpacas, sheep and goats too.

7 Good Reasons to Use a Slowfeeder hay net

  1. Stops hay wastage from trampling in mud, manure, urine, being blown away etc. 
  2.  Slows down consumption so the hay last 2-3 times longer and replicates grazing. 
  3. Small net holes means you can fasten the net low (provided your horse is barefoot or the net is inside a container) for a natural grazing position, and can reduce the incidence of choke. 
  4. A full bale or round bale net gives your horse hay 24/7, saving you time on re-fills and keeps your horse calmer and happier.
  5. Hay in the gut 24/7 avoids gut ulcers and colic incidents.
  6. Older horses find it easier to chew small amounts of hay taken from the net. 
  7. Avoid eye injuries from horses putting their heads inside a round bale, or from tossing loose hay about. 

Tips For Use:

  • If your horse is shod or has splits in their hooves, it's essential to tie the net inside a bin/box so it can't catch on a shoe/torn hoof if they paw at it. 
  • If the net tears (due to catching on something for instance) it can be temporarily mended with some baling twine, then email us for some free repair twine.
  • When tying the drawstring, ensure that it is tied tightly with no large loops that a hoof can get caught in.
  • Tie your net away from sharp or protruding objects to reduce wear and tear.
  • It's better to tie the net low on the ground (to a tyre is ideal) so it's easier for your horse to access the hay, especially while learning to use the net. 
  • It's easy to soak hay in the small nets - simply hang up to drain after soaking for a couple of hours (removes harmful sugars/dust). Soaked hay should be fed immediately in warm to hot climates so there isn't time for mold to develop - we recommend only soaking a small net of hay at a time for one horse/pony. 
  • For more info on using Slow Feeder Haynets and feeding systems click here.


  • Our 48 ply nets are now bright green - made from UV stabilised polyethelene.
  • The Small(2-3B) size fits 2-3 biscuits of hay and is ideal for the float/trailer or for goats and sheep.
  • Being smaller, it needs to be hand filled or use this handy Haynet Filler
  • The Half Bale size fits 4-5 biscuits or half a bale. Has a wide opening to enable easy loading by slipping over the end of an intact bale so you can then cut the bale strings. 
  • The Full Bale size fits a whole small square bale of hay (measures 110cm/44"x38cm/15"x50cm/20"). Its wide opening slips over the intact bale - just cut the bale strings before feeding. 
  • The X-Large 2x1m bale -  fits a big rectangular bales that measure 2m x 1m x 1m (approx.7' x 3' x 3'). We can also make custom sizes - contact us. 

All nets have a wide opening and strong seam stitch to ensure the sides will not come apart if the twine is snagged or chewed through.  


Brand Haysaver
Shipping Cubic 0.000025000m3

Sorry, we cannot offer a warranty on these nets due to the variables of use/hay and the unpredictable way horses will respond to them.

wise investment

By: on 24 June 2018
I love these smaller nets, and place several around my property, creating more of a natural grazing environment as horses move one another around from bag to bag. My place is very rocky, and essentially no grass . So these nets provide forage that will last all day. I have purchased nets from other companies and these are the most durable of any I have purchased and tried out over the years. They will last a LONG time, even out on rocky terrain where they really take a beating, daily. The material is so tough ! Unbelievably, I have seen my horses walk away from loose hay to eat out of a net! I think there is something inherently enjoyable to the horse in eating in this more natural way. After just a day or so of being introduced to a slow feeding net, even my most impatient eater seems to enjoy the nets.

Hay Saver 4cm Tough Net (Full Bale)

By: on 12 December 2017
This net is perfect! Really sturdy. In my view this is really great value! Very well constructed and reasonably priced.

Hay Saver 4cm Tough Net (Half Bale)

By: on 12 December 2017
This is a great net! Really holds up well. Good size - fits a half bale as advertised.

Great Feeding System

By: on 31 October 2017
I've been using these nets for over 18months now and they are a great slow feeding system. I did have trouble with the black netting breaking up, but so far the green netting is not showing any sign of wear after almost 9 months use.

HaySaver is excellent

By: on 20 June 2017
I ordered one of these 1/2 bale size hay nets and was extremely impressed with it. It is made of a material that is easy to put the hay into and the wide opening also makes it a lot easier than a couple of other flimsy ones I have purchased elsewhere. I will be purchasing some more of these for my other two horses. The horses access their hay in a manner that slows them down but doesn't frustrate them. Seems to be tough enough to handle when they have knocked it off where I have tied it too. Great investment.

Haysaver Net

By: on 16 May 2017
I bought the square bale net which is generously sized, sturdy and well priced. My horses didn't take long to figure it out. Thank you.

Great size, smart colours

By: on 18 October 2016
It's tough, its nice and large to wrap over a bale. Colours make it easy to find in the paddock when left on the ground. Love it :-).

Great product

By: on 6 April 2016
Tough, strong slow feeder net that does the job perfectly. My horses enjoy the challenge of the net too.

great, quality product!

By: on 21 February 2016
Fabulous product. It stands up to my horses abuse, the tie is easy to secure but also easy to untie to refill. Best net I have used so far. My only suggestion for improvement would be to make the net a bright colour as my horses toss it around and it can be tough to find.


By: on 26 November 2015
These hay hay, saving for all horses, allows the horse longer grazing, keeps them occupied, allows for measured amounts to keep an eye on horse consumption...can not recommend enough.

good product for the purpose

11 April 2015
The nets work well for some horses, a few I have learned how to eat out of them very fast, so their feed ration has increased markedly. Others are more casual & slowly graze with not much change to their feed ration. I love that the horses get to graze more naturally, they seem a lot calmer & don't get agitated waiting for feed any more. I believe this would result in the repair &/or reduction of stomach ulcers. The nets do get holes in them regularly & require repairs. Also they can be fiddley to fill & hang up. Overall I'm very happy I have them & I think the horses are too. Store Owners Note: For easier filling try the Haynet Filler we sell -

great purchase

By: on 7 January 2015
I bought the slow feeders to assist in stopping the kangaroos from pinching the horse hay and to make it easier for others to help feed. They are great. The roos don't get to steal as much and I'm actually going through less hay. Well worth the purchase!

Great product !

By: on 15 December 2014
This Haynet is fabulous, the holes are just the right size to slow a horses consumption down which is better for the horse and makes the hay last longer . I bought this for a laminitic pony who had to be stabled with soaked hay and it worked really well.

Does Its Job!

By: on 31 October 2014
I have a Slow Grazer my husband made, but the metal grates were too big and my horse was getting fat. She is on a dry lot. I purchased the nets for the smaller size to slow her eating. I am very happy with the price and construction of the nets. I've only had them two weeks, but they do seem to be slowing her down. Hopefully, she won't figure a way to eat more quickly.

The perfect hay net

By: on 8 October 2014
Slows my horses eating down so she has hay to eat all night which makes for a happy mare.

My horses love it

30 July 2014
No more boredom in the paddock after having gorged all the hay & then nothing to eat all day. Now my horses pick at their hay nets & it is much better for them. As long as they know that the hay is always available, they don't pig out like they used to. I will never feed hay any other way again.

Great purchase

By: on 2 July 2014
I have a square bale size for if I'm away for a couple of days so my neighbour doesn't have to worry about feeding, and 2 of the large size of which my mare gets one in the morning and one in the evening. After the first couple of days when she was determined to empty them asap (they stood up to the rough treatment well!), she now spends an hour at the net, then loafs for a bit, wanders around and nibbles at the almost non existent winter grass - and then comes back for some more and makes one net last for 5 or 6 hours. So they really do replicate grazing behaviour as long as consistently filled.


By: on 30 May 2014
These nets are getting better and better! I have MANY of them in all sizes for different reasons and seasons, and I would not be without them. The most recent (hay bale size) is bigger than ever to make it so easy to fit a whole bale in, and the quality of the material is excellent.


19 February 2014
I got several of those. Perfect to keep horses from eating too fast. Also very sturdy and horses can be fed from ground.

Slow Feeder Haynet

By: on 24 November 2013
The slow feeder haynet is great for my stallion as it helps the boredom factor. I am realising all the good points so won't bore you by repeating the same however something to note... my 29yo gelding appeared a bit sore after the first 2 days, I guessed the different mouth motion (he's always fed from the ground) may have just made his muscles tire .. a couple of days alternating net and straight off the ground and he's been right since, it's great!


15 November 2013
This slow feeder haynet is strong durable and easy to use the new tie is much better than in the older version and has no signs of wear I thought I would be given extra material to mend possible holes with however none came in the package but up to now I have no use for it my horse hasn't managed to nibble any holes into it yet It keeps my hose occupied for hours and is good for both his mind and his body he is much calmer having something to nibble at day and night

Stabling at Competitions Made Easy!

By: on 5 November 2013
Our horses live in nice big paddocks at home and we hate stabling them at competition venues nearly as much as they hate being confined! We love the hay net because they have constant grazing available in their stall. Boredom behaviour disappeared right from the first use of the net. We put a loose biscuit in the corner to avoid frustration as per the directions, they ate half of that and then left it to go pick from the hay net! Very pleased with the results. Couldn't recommend the product highly enough.

Never putting hay out without nets again

By: on 20 September 2013
I am very pleased with my nets. The herd accepted them without any problems and we have so much less wastage. Gone are the days of hay been blown away by the wind or it being trampled into the mud. The herd is so much calmer,less frantic at feeding time. Thank you Cynthia for all your advice on how to put them out. The best solution we have found for our conditions are to attach the nets to tyres with rims still in them.

Slow Feed Haynet - Brilliant!

By: on 29 July 2013
I am very pleased with this product. I have been using it for some time now and it is still in an as new condition. My horse has not been able to destroy it no matter how hard she tries! Even though the holes look small she is able to get out every last bit of hay and there is minimal wastage. She is now a happy horse busily grazing away at her hay for hours rather than scoffing it all down at once. Great product, highly recommend it!!

Best hay feeder EVER

By: on 28 July 2013
I LOVE this product. I brought a small one for my mini and large for my bigger horse. It keeps them busy for hours, and despite looks they don't struggle with the small holes. It's so tough too! I'm buying two more and a large round bale one as well!!! Fran.

Exceeded my expectations

By: on 20 June 2013
I will never go back to my old hay bags & hay nets since I have started using my Hay Saver Tough Nets. My wastage of hay has reduced dramatically and the horses are spending more time "grazing" on their hay. I find I am actually feeding less, and horses look better. Great product that I am recommending to all my clients

A great product that saves me time and money.

14 June 2013
I love my new hay saver nets. I have 9 horses and I like to use round bales to give them access to hay at lib but in the past there has been a lot of hay wasted. With horses gorging on more then they need, treading it into the mud, it blowing away and them urinating and pooing all over it I estimated that they waste nearly one third of each bale. With the nets on they have slowed down consummation and it stays contained. They are not treading all over it, spreading it or pooing or weeing on it any more and when the wind blows it stays put. They eat all of the hay until the net is completely empty and there is no more waste. Where in the past there would be a foot of ruined hay left on the ground, there is now hardly any trace of where it has been. I smile every time I walk past them happily munching from there hay nets.

Performs better than expected

By: on 2 June 2013
The holes in the netting appear too small but they work a treat. It fits over the square bale really well and my goats can't scatter and squander the bale like they used to. A bales lasts my 3 goats a week.

Slow Feed Haynets

By: on 12 April 2013
These hay nets changed my horses. They would vacuum their food within minutes. Now they take their time and have hay all day, they are calmer and slimmer :)

Slow Feed Haynet

By: on 11 April 2013
Hi Cynthia, I now have my 2 5x4 round bale hay nets up and running and they are BRILLIANT! I can't recommend them highly enough. My hay lasts at least twice as long and every scrap of it gets eaten, rather than 25% of it ending up as rubbish. The horses took to it straight away. I haven't had to tie it up or anything either. They just eat it down till its all gone! Thank you so much. OH, also, they are very easy to put on. I wasn't sure if that would be the case. my 'hayman' has been recommending them to other clients, and I have been recommending them to friends. Thanks for a great product. :)

Slow Feeder Haynet - Just Fantastic!

By: on 8 April 2013
These haynets are brilliant. Easy to use, fabulous for the horses and no gorging! Wastage is reduced to almost 0. Thank you for a great product!!

Essential Tool For Recovery

By: on 8 April 2013
My beautiful horse has had two bouts of laminitis in the last year and is an extremely sugar sensitive horse which has necessitated many changes in his environment and diet. The slow feeder hay nets have been absolutely instrumental in his rehabilitation by providing a constant source of low sugar hay, thus stabilizing his blood sugar. I have found them extremely useful for soaking his hay and the tough nets have held up really well despite almost constant feeding. I would highly recommend the tough nets, they have been absolutely fantastic! :)

Best way to slow down horses eating hay

By: on 18 March 2013
Top product, my horse would have finished his round roll in 2 weeks but it looks like He'll get 4 weeks out of it. Yay!! No fat pony and saving me $$$$.

Very Happy.

By: on 27 February 2013
Love going to work in the morning knowing that my greedy horse isn't going to eat his breakfast in 30mins. I now give him breakfast and lunch at 7am. Such a good feeling knowing its more natural for him to be feeding slower. I would like the half bale one to be a bit wider as I have trouble getting it over my oaten hay bale.

Great product

By: on 16 February 2013
I love the round bale slow feed net. I bought the large round bale with 4cm holes. This has reduced the amount that my mare will eat in a day and also saved me heaps from no hay being blown away. A number of people have commented on what a good idea the bale net is, and have purchased their own nets. Great idea.

the best way to feed hay

By: on 4 February 2013
I have been using the hay nets since they have come on the market - I have 10 nets overall. The first lot is still going strong, though I had to repair a few holes and they are not as easy to fill as they are smaller overall, I have to fill them biscuit by biscuit. My most recent purchase were 3 of the large nets and they cover a bale easily. My 3 horses have a net each but also love to share one net. Wastage is greatly reduced and only occurs with what they consider less desirable hay (such as wheaten). As I have to feed hay year-round, I can't recommend these nets highly enough. Store comment: Thanks Connie - great to hear. The newer nets are larger and also stronger as we're improving them due to helpful feedback.

Top hay net!

By: on 1 February 2013
I have seven of these nets now for my three horses and pony and I fill them all when I have some time making them ready for use immediately, They are the best for keeping the horses occupied for a longer time, stops them wasting hay and gobbling hay. On impulse I bought another brand and honestly, my horses all fight to get Cynthia s hay nets so they do not have to eat from this other one! so, often it is the pony, lowest in the hierarchy who draws the short straw. I have recommended them to so many people who have since order them and found the same benefits as I have.

Wastage problems gone!

By: on 28 January 2013
My horses only took two or three days to work out how to nibble at their hay - instead of gobbling it until they were no longer hungry, and then throwing the rest around. Sure, there were holes to mend, but that is so easy and pretty soon the horses stopped trying to bite the net and just nibbled the hay through it. Also thrilled that the wind can't blow the hay away. I am now getting at least two, and up to four, weeks out of a round bale (depending on how many in the paddock) instead of seeing it wasted in less than one week. These nets have paid for themselves already.

Large slow feed net

By: on 28 January 2013
Awesome! I love it and the horses love it. great for winter and summer

Great but could be tougher

By: on 15 January 2013
I have had my round bale net for several months now. My horses surprised me by sharing the large bale happily, I think they love the communal eating. They are on a paddock paradise system about 22/7 so use the feeder for a great deal of time. And life is so much better now that I dont have to stuff small bags 3 times a day! But I do have to repair it almost daily as the horses are getting pretty good at chewing through it. WOuld love it to be made of stronger material but I think it's a great product and will definitely replace it when it's no longer repairable. *Note from store owner: We now make them in 48 ply netting - sounds like you got one of the last 36 ply nets. Glad its still working ok for you.

Love them!

By: on 12 January 2013
Bought one large round bale net, and had to get another. No waste and the horses prefer to eat the hay with the net vs. on the ground. No more fighting over food. Love it, and the horses love it.

Slow feeder nets are the best way to feed horses

By: on 9 January 2013
I already had a few of the 3 biscuit sized nets that were a roaring success. I decided to buy some full bale ones for convenience as I had the 4 in together. They are a little fiddly to get on the bales (maybe my bales are quite big?) but are a great success. I have found my horses are happy to share these bale sized nets too which makes the horses lower in the order very happy. No wastage as well. I am now back for a round bale net!

Great quality product

By: on 6 January 2013
We have had our slow feeder haynet for a few weeks now and its great! The horses don't waste any hay at all and they don't gorge like they used to. I will be purchasing another one, and would recommend this product highly.

Good Product

21 December 2012
I couldn't live without this product as my horses are off grass on and Paradise paddock system 24/7. Good product however I do have to replace them every four to five months as they do get holes in them and they are not easy to repair as stated. Even still I will continue to buy them but I do wish they lasted a bit longer. StoreOwner: we are soon making the smaller nets in the tougher 48ply material - will be available in the New Year.

Hay net withstands cheeky horse

By: on 13 December 2012
Hi, I loved the idea of slow feeder hay nets, but wondered how they'd go surviving my 2 horses. In particular, my 18 month boy nick named "cheeky chops" loves putting everything in his mouth and playing with it to destruction. But it only took him about half an hour to get really comfortable nibbling from the net, and now we have no waste and horses that will maintain their athletic figures. GREAT PRODUCT. thanks for stockig it!

Best Product!

By: on 21 November 2012
I have quite a number of these hay nets now, and would not be without them. I can get them all filled with hay when I have the time, stack them up with the other hay bales and just put them out as required. There is much less wastage, it keeps the horses amused and occupied for ages. It most closely resembles normal feeding behaviour . . . a little at a time over a long time.

Very happy with my hay net!

By: on 17 October 2012
I couldn't believe the quality of the net when I first received it in the mail. I was afraid my horse would find some way to wreck it, even still. She's pawed it and bit it, and it's still in great shape. (Had it for 2 months now). She actually likes eating from it and there is honestly not a speck of wasted hay on the ground in the morning! I bought the small size to test it out, which is a pain to fill after the bale is broken open. I think I may break down and buy a large size for the winter, so I can put a whole bale out there easier. My only complaint is the price of shipping :( I understand international shipping is expensive but nobody here in the USA has exactly what I need/want for my horses than Natural Horse World. I would recommend this product to anyone. Keeps my horse happier and busier longer. She is very smart though and still eats her hay pretty fast :P

Slow feeder Hay nets - It works!

By: on 17 October 2012
Best thing I have bought - Horses x 3 and a year old foal, within 2 days had it worked out and it has made a difference to the boss mare - she is now happy to share her hay most of the time. They are content all day & night because of how long it takes them to graze their hay.

2nd set of small nets

By: on 15 October 2012
we originally purchased 3 last spring; took some time for our horses to get used to them and we did have to mend them quite a bit towards the end of this summer. ordered 3 more just a month ago and these are better -- the top opens wider than our first set and it's easier to get the hay flakes in. these seem much improved and they're holding up well. we love them and it's nice to have extras to keep filled and ready to go ...

Slow feed hay net

1 October 2012
Hay lasts longer, less mess and waste, saves money

Great Product!

By: on 22 September 2012
I love the size of the holes in the next- my horse used to shove down 2 flakes of hay in 20 minutes, now it lasts a couple of hours! At first it took some time for him to get used to the net, but after a couple of feedings he figured it out. I have not had to fix any pieces and my horse is hard on stuff! Will definitely continue using this for as long as I can.

Great feeder, certainly saves feed.

By: on 31 August 2012
Great product, reduces loss of feed from large bales exponenitially! Only one request, although our horses are used to net feeders the holes on this net are just a bit too small! But we love the feeder just the same.


By: on 22 August 2012
I hardly have any hay wastage. I secure hay to a tyre thereby keeping my hay clean-avoiding contamination of bacteria. I love the cord too because it ties securely and it's EASY TO UNDO. As a one horse owner the half bale size is the most convenient for me. I started with 2 nets a year ago;they are still going strong. I have added a third one as this helps me to organize my feeds-when in a hurry to get to work etc.


By: on 19 August 2012
It took my greedy Shetland less than a minute to work out how to feed gently from the square bale size haynet. The hay is lasting much longer and is kept in good condition. I also bought a round bale net, which is going in my mare's paddock this week. I am very confident it will also be a success after trialling the smaller one. I bought the net primarily so that my mare would eat smaller portions following major throat surgery. She gobbles large mouthfuls, which go down the wrong way & cause her to choke. Thank you for a first class product.

so pleased with it

By: on 18 August 2012
I am so pleased with this product. I was expecting my two horses and two cheeky ponies to put a few holes in it rather quickly but it has remained in perfect condition. After only a few days of putting out loose hay for them as well, I realised they prefered to eat off the bale rather than the loose hay I gave them. Most importantly I don't have to waste so much time feeding out hay. Even the fat ponies have 24 hour access to it and they aren't getting fatter!! Brilliant.

Absolutely amazing

By: on 1 August 2012
To start off I never believe these reviews, but I am so impressed with my hay roll slow feeder net, I'm doing one. On day 1, there happened to be an 18mth clydie; paint x clydie; 13.2 welsh; 12.2 welsh; weanling thoroughbred; and a tiny mini in the paddock, I could not believe it when they all started eating from it at the same time. This would not have happened with just the hay roll. Even better is that I've gone from 2 hay rolls a week to 1 a fortnight. They really seem to enjoy eating from it, I think it's a bit of a challenge for them. I really am so impressed with this hay roll saver now I'mggoing to get them in biscuit size for when we're at shows. Thanks so much it's going to save me a fortune

love the slow hay feeder

By: on 29 June 2012
When i first started using the slow hay feeder my girl wasted a lot of hay, and I was thinking I had wasted my money. I persevered with it, and now there is no left over hay and no wastage.

wonderful product!

By: on 27 June 2012
Great idea and very user friendly! My horses now have to work for their hay, and it keeps them occupied for longer. I consider this a good form of enrichment for bored horses.

Great Idea

By: on 10 June 2012
I wasn't sure how my boys would take to their new haynet. I needn't have been concerned. As suggested to combat their initial excitement I gave them a couple of biscuits of loose hay to munch on and they soon got the hang of it after that, in fact it was so successful that I've since bought the large one as well. It really is a great idea & there is next to no wastage.

Certainly saves on waste

By: on 8 June 2012
Have just purchased the round bale feeder - very happy. Horses have managed to make a hole or two but it easily repaired.


By: on 6 November 2011
I bought 2 big round bale (round top) nets and I love them. I have 10 horses on the 2 rounds I have out and they hold up great. And the horses dont eat more then they need - they work awesome!

Back for another one

By: on 23 September 2011
I love this 'nibble net' but it took a few days for my horse to break into it. Once along the seam and once he somehow broke into one of the squares making an opening to munch from. I repaired with bailing twine and changed how I secure it. He went at it with his teeth and is he eats from the net more gently and I'm saving a lot of money on hay due to no waste..he is busy for long periods and seems more content. A great my chubby Morgan mare gets one.

Blown away by the change.

By: on 13 September 2011
I purchased a large haynet for my destructive stallion who thinks a big 5 x5 bale of hay is just one big toy. Well its looking very interesting. I put out some loose hay for a few days as you suggested. He now prefers to eat from the net - loose hay no longer required. He seems to be manageing it very well. The BIGGEST surprise is he is so much calmer as well - Don't know if that will last although he has lots and lots of toys. If its not chained or bolted down it becomes a toy or is totally destroyed. I think now it takes much longer to get his hay so keeps him busy longer. Less time to stand around wondering what to do next and less pent up energy. He as learnt to nibble away so delicately at the net - and he was such a gung ho type of horse. At this stage I am just blown away by the change HE IS SO CALM now and the hay is still in one piece, just hoping it is permanant.! He also likes to stand on it like a goat but the net is standing up well to the rough treatment. “

Got my second set

3 August 2011
“Thanks for being so quick with the last lot of slow feeder nets. :-) I got a second set for the ponies to make "frozen mornings" easier. I hate knots in the morning so OH suggested a second set.... brilliant! After I feed out at night I fill the next set for the morning.... makes it quicker and more comfortable for me (& the ponies!!) Love these nets. The ponies feed now lasts up to 4 hours some days, where it would be gone or spoilt in under and hour!! I also like to make "treat" nets by putting grass hay, lucerne and bury carrots in the nets when we have a really cold wet day to keep the ponies interested... bit like a yummy sandwich. Happy Horsing, always from Nan & Her Neddies xx :-)”.


By: on 1 May 2011
My horses were not impressed when I introduced their new haynets!! It's taken 2 days and they now happily work for their hay. Giving them their feed in the evening, using their new nets, ensures they're eating for longer and therefore keeping nice and warm during these cool nights.

The haynets have been fantastic.

By: on 26 March 2011
Im coming back for more! Particularly good for my laminitic prone mare who is off the paddock a lot of the time and gets lots of hay. It slows them dowm and makes them work for their feed.

slow feeder hay nets are great

By: on 26 March 2011
slow feeder hay nets are great - simple to use and effective. Initially one of my mares was not so impressed (not being able to just gobble up her hay) so she stomped, pawed at tore at the slow feeder net with her teeth - but alas she did not do any damage to the net and now has made peace with her slow feeder hay net. thanks

I LOVE the slow feeder haynets.

By: on 16 September 2010
My horse suffers from choke, we don't know what causes it as we've tried every trick in the book to prevent it. The vet said he could simply have a small oesophagus and the food balls up and causes the choke. Anyhow the slow feeder haynet IS PERFECT for it keeps both of them busy for ages.

The hay nets are awsome

By: on 19 August 2010
My ponies waste hardly any hay now and it is easier to feed out hay in the nets. At first they were a little annoyed at not being able to pig down their hay, but within 2 weeks they worked out that if they rolled it round the hay would fall!!! Now it is wet I have hung the net from a low branch. It is still ground level, but the hay stays in a smaller area. It is easier to monitor their intake and much easier if I am away, I just fill the net right up. Great product.


By: on 16 July 2010
What a difference this type of hay net has made to feeding my horses. They no longer hoover their hay, but eat it like normal horses should. Well done Cynthia for bringing a product of this standard to us.

Wonderful product

By: on 9 July 2010
The larger size nets have been fantastic to use in the paddock (contained in a wooden packing crate, minus the top) and has certainly reduced the consumption by about half, not to mention the reduced wastage on the ground. Our two ponies took no time at all to get used to the smaller holes, did not appear to even notice!

I find these haynets to be fantastic!

By: on 9 July 2010
They are the most simple to use I have ever come across, and I find feeding out is now made so simple and easy, and I am actually enjoying it! My overweight pony would eat up her hay in what seemed like minutes. I was constantly out there throwing her small piles, in an effort to feed her small amounts and often. Since I have been using the hay nets ( I have 3 small nets placed around the paddock) she can no longer scoff her hay and is now eating slowly and calmly. Her mood has changed with this, she is much more content now, and there is no more frantic whinnying whenever she hears me near the hay shed! She seems much happier and content in herself now, and has also lost weight. I am thrilled! Plus I love the time I save, no longer having to be out there scattering small piles of hay around the paddock!

Love The Nets

By: on 9 July 2010
Just wanted to say LOVE the hay nets :) The horses have worked them out and are happily eating their hay all day now. There is no wastage at all and it lasts twice as long.

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