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HAY CHIX® HALF BALE NET

Copper Head Ranch

$33.00

*Please Note* Only the "original 1-3/4" net hole size comes in color options. All other net hole sizes are only available in "oat" rope colors. 

The Hay Chix Half Bale Net attaches easily to a trailer, eye hook, fence or tree, it's perfect for keeping your feeding program on track while on the go. This net holds about 1/2 of a  small square bale (4-6 flakes).

Ideal for keeping your stalled horses busy, in your pasture or paddock, hauling: Whether inside or outside your trailer, on a tie line for those weekends you hit the trails. This net has been shown to help confined horses with ulcers, weaving, pawing and other unwanted behaviors.

Need Help Chosing A Net Hole Size? See the below option descriptions.

Original 1 3/4" 
Our most popular option.
Great for horses that eat too fast, waste too much hay, haven’t used a slow feed net before, horses that quid, or horses with heaves. 
Heavy Duty 1 3/4"

Our Heavy Duty line is ideal for aggressive eaters. 

Great for slowing down horses that eat really fast or that are generally healthy but waste too much hay. Also helps horses with heaves and horses that quid.

2 1/2" Stock
Ideal for use with larger hooved animals and for controlling waste, but not slowing consumption.

NOTE: Because of the large openings, the Large Stock Cinch Net® MUST be used with a hay ring feeder that sits flush with the ground.

Slow Feed 1 1/4"
The SF (Slow Feed) is perfect for horses that don’t get enough exercise or are metabolic. Very easy keepers do well on this net level. Also works well as a pacifier for stall-bound horses. 

Also used for: Goats, sheep, Llama, Alpacas, etc. 

Heavy Duty Slow Feed 1 1/4"
Our Heavy Duty line is ideal for aggressive eaters. The SF (Slow Feed) is perfect for horses that don’t get enough exercise or are metabolic. Very easy keepers do well on this net level. Also works well as a pacifier for stall-bound horses. 

Also used for: Goats, sheep, Llama, Alpacas, etc. 

Slow Feed Extreme 1"
Our most advanced level of net, the SFX (Slow Feed Extreme) is not to be used when introducing a horse to slow feeding. Horses that are extremely obese and don’t maintain a good weight with the SF should be transitioned to the SFX. 

Also used for: Goats, sheep, rabbits, etc.