Frequently Asked Questions

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Get the answers to your slow feeding questions as asked by many of our happy customers.   

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FAQ

            • What is the slow feeding concept?

              It is a method of allowing horses to feed for longer periods of time at a slower pace of eating. Read more here. 

              • Will my horse get enough to eat with a slow feed net?

                Yes, they will adapt to a slower way of eating but will eat for longer periods of time at a slower pace. We recommend starting with the 2" mesh if your horses are not accustomed to the slow feed method. Learn More: 

                • How do I know what size net to order?

                  We provide a handy chart for helping you to determine how to measure for the size of net you require. You can find it here 

                  • Do you provide a warranty?

                    Yes, we provide a 30 Day Manufacturer’s Warranty on hand sewn seams. Returns/Exchanges within 7 days for new, unused nets. Customer pays all shipping fees. For hygienic reasons, nets are non-returnable once used. Hay nets are not indestructible and we cannot control the animal eating from the net. Warranty does not cover damage caused by use, including chew holes or tears in the mesh. The mesh is not metal and can therefore be torn or chewed, horses are livestock and may chew thru the mesh if not transitioned properly or various other reasons. We do not warranty the mesh/netting, only the craftsmanship of the seams. There is an inherent risk in the purchase and use of these products. 

If you have a question we have not answered above, please call 905-892-8787 for assistance.

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What Our Customers Have To Say

  • "...saving about 30% in hay per month" We currently have 4 of our 5 feeders changed over, and early numbers on the first two show we are saving about 30% in hay per month.
    ~ Justin Norell, Stubbe Horse Farm