Livestock Round Bale Hay Net
Picture spending less time feeding and more time doing what you love. Think about how much you spend on hay and cut that number in half. Reduce waste and save time with our round bale feeder.
- What's In the Box:
- 1 Knotted Nylon Mesh Net 3" Holes
- Drawstring Closure
- Installation Instructions
- Made in the USA
- 30 Day Exchange/Return
- Good for animals with vision or dental issues
- Ideal for thick stemmed hay
The Texas Haynet Livestock Net is the perfect addition to your waste management program. Designed with cattle in mind, this hay net minimizes waste without slowing down intake. Bigger holes allow for easy access to forage while preventing livestock from squandering valuable hay.
The net is lightweight and easy to install - no heavy equipment required.
*Use caution with horned animals and animals with ear tags. Use caution with shod animals. We recommend using a round bale feeder with a solid barrier between the shoe and the net (pictured and sold separately). Use caution with small hooves when using nets with holes larger than 1.75".
We bought the 3 inch square net since we have a cow, donkeys, and horses and it’s working perfectly! We are on our second roll. We have a tarter hay cradle. We put the net over the entire cradle then put the roll in and close it up. Waste is down to around 10% now. I highly recommend!
I got this net for my horses. I live in a frigidly cold area and needed a free-choice hay net for my horses for winter hay. This net helps my hay last longer and stay together better without impeding the horses eating it too much. I put it inside a metal crown feeder. Prior to putting it in the feeder it does have one hole because my draft gelding is really hard on it.
We absolutely love our new hay net. The cows were wasting so much hay and not cleaning it up. Getting the hay net we have gone to less than 5% waste. The cows were a little confused by it at first, but they learned very quickly how to use it. The only downside I have noticed is that most of the cows have lost their ear tags because they get them caught in the net.
All good my Draft horses.Are eating all they want to eat and not wasting Hay
Question.... is it even possible to make a hole in these nets?? I've had 2 for 2 years now....and they have been left outside, stuck in mud, dug out of old hay, and they are still fully functional! I wont ever buy another net! Well...I guess with how long they last, I won't need to anyway!
*Returns and Shipping: Product can be returned up to 30 days after purchase. Refunds (less shipping) are issued upon receipt of the product. Shipments outside of the USA require additional shipping fees.
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