Hay net with small feeding eyes. 13 top rings and one bottom ring. Holds approx. 8kg.
Net: 7 cm diameter.
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The feeding holes are much smaller than a traditional hay net, but slightly larger than other small-hole nets I've bought elsewhere. The net itself is fairly long, but is not big in diameter, which makes loading hay into it extremely difficult and frustrating. I usually sit my nets down in a old (clean)muck bucket, fold the tops down around the lip of the bucket and then stuff with hay. All I have to do is peel the top back up, cinch the drawstring close and pull net out of bucket. This hay net from Horze is not wide enough around for me to wrap around bucket. I tried other ways of filling it, but everything proved difficult and very frustrating. Once you get it filled, it works great. But not worth trouble unless I have no alternative.
First of all I want to say that the description is wrong....the description says that it holds approx. 8kg .... I have weighed 3,5kg.... It's quite different!!! I bought this hay net because it seems really big and practice....but it isn't!!! It has nice details, and durable material but it's very difficult put the hay in this net! The opening is too tightened and - in proportion - the net is too much deep.... It's really difficult push the hay up to the fund of the net!!!
Stable network. However, it bothers me that no mesh size was specified, but since it is sold as closely knit I thought it will work. The Humans are measured 5cm, which is too big for me. It is useful anyway, but something bothers me even more tubular shape. All in all, ok for the price.
This slow feed hay net is worthless. A flake of hay needs to be torn apart to fit into it since it is very long and NARROW. Horze will not exchange it for me.
If you get 8 kilos you have to fill two. It fit in one maximum of 4 kilos and you have to stuff really. I can not say anything negative about stability.