GUTZBUSTA® SLOW FEED HAY NETS
New to the GutzBusta family is the Knotless Hay Nets range. Like our regular Knotted nets, they reduce your hay wastage by up to 46%. By simulating grazing and foraging, they help decrease the incidence of colic, choke and stable vices. And, are great for laminitic or IR horses and ponies.
New - GutzBusta Knotless Hay Nets
Why are GutzBusta® Hay Nets So Popular?
What our customers say about our slow feed hay nets
I am in love with the nets as they are such good quality and last! We already have a round bale 5x4 net and it is amazing so had to get some more, thank you again for the great service.
I see so much hay getting tossed out or blown out of the round feeders, that I needed to do something. GutzBusta®'s Hay Nets will be really good for when we travel.
I really like your hay nets as it’s not a wrestling match to get the hay biscuits in them. Thanks!
Best Selling GutzBusta® Slow Feed Hay Nets
Round Bale Hay Nets
Every GutzBusta Round Bale Hay Net is designed with large drawstrings to secure the hay net around your round bale. Our round bale hay nets are available in the following sizes:
4x4, 5x4, and 6x4.
Medium Slow Feed Hay Nets
Our medium hay nets are 104cm wide x 89cm high and can take half a small bale of hay or approximately 4 to 6 biscuits of hay. Made from tough heat-treated 60ply polyethylene netting.
Knotless Hay Nets
Slow feeder hay nets with super soft netting. Our knotless hay nets are made from 240-ply high strength PP (polypropylene) - the strongest in the Australian market. Available in round bale, large square bale, small, medium and large.
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Top Benefits of Using Slow Feed Hay Nets
Reduce incidences of choke
Hay nets stop gorging, only allowing a few strands of your hay to be eaten at once.
Improves mental health
Slow feeder hay nets simulate grazing improving your horses’ physical and mental health - horses are supposed to eat 18-20 hours a day.
Reduces boredom in horses
Hay nets slow down your hay consumption rate and replicate your horses’ natural grazing pattern.