Elim-a-Net Slow Feeding Haynet Blue

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Elim-a-Net Slow Feeding Haynet Blue

The original slow feeding haynet, featuring a unique inner net design which incorporates a vertical strand through each hole in the net. Designed to prevent rapid forage consumption, prolong eating time, reduce waste and mess and promote a trickle feeding eating pattern, just as nature intended.

Pony size is suitable for ponies up to 13.2hh as well as larger equines that require further forage regulation. Mesh size 25mm, length 76cm and approximate capacity 7lb hay/14lb haylage.

Cob size is suitable for ponies/horses between 14hh-15.2hh as well as larger equines that require further forage regulation. Mesh size 30mm, length 102cm and approximate capacity 12lb hay/23lb haylage.

Full Horse size is suitable for horses 16hh and over. Mesh size 35mm, length 107cm and approximate capacity 15lb hay/31lb haylage.

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