Greedy Steed Premium Net - Half Bale - Knotless
Whether you are looking for an easy way to soak your hay, or want to prevent hay from being wasted. Maybe it is being blown all of the paddock from the wind, or your horse just seems to get it everywhere. Greedy Steed Slow Feed Hay Nets come in a variety of sizes. They are great to use in your horse stable to prevent boredom or when you are travelling they can be attached to your horse float.
- Dimensions; 80cm x 90cm
- 4cm Square Holes
- Soft feel knotless braid netting
- High quality polyester rope drawstring
- Contrasting colour drawstring, so it is easily identified
- No metal parts to rust
- Biscuit shaped to make loading easier
- Net colour is black
- Drawstring is constructed from polyester rope similar quality to rope halters. To ensure is easy enough to tie and untie
- Drawstrings are long for your convenience
Health Benefits of Slow Feeding Hay nets;
The digestive system in horses is designed around constant grazing. With long periods between each meal the digestive system can be distrupted, it increases the risk of Gastric Ulcers.
Slowing down the rate of digestion of your horse by using a slow feed hay net may assist with restricting rations and treating Laminitis, Founder or Insulin Resistance
Using a slow feed hay net may reduce the chance of your horse suffering from Choke. As each mouthful is smaller.
If your equine is on restricted rations due to the complications of laminitis, founder or insulin resistance then slow feeding can help by making each feed last much longer. This reduces boredom, keeps him happier and reduces the chance of gastric ulcers.
All equines have digestive systems that are designed to have a constant flow of roughage. With long periods between each meal, there is no chewing, so less saliva to neutralise the acid. Gastric ulcers are formed when digestive acids come into regular contact with unprotected areas of the stomach. With the use of a slow feeding hay net you reduce the chance of your equine suffering from gastric ulcers.
Equines prone to choke (esophageal obstruction) will benefit from slow feeding because each mouthful is smaller which reduces the chance of a choke episode.