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Soft Enduro Mesh Horse Hay Feed Bags

Soft Enduro Mesh Horse Hay Feed Bags
Soft Mesh Horse Hay Feed Bag Holds 2+ Biscuits of Hay Soft Mesh Horse Hay Feed Bag Rear Swivel Strap Soft Mesh Horse Hay Feed Bag Enduro Mesh Construction
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Caribu Enduro Soft Mesh Hay Bags

Generously sized hay bag with a capacity of 2+ biscuits of hay. Constructed from strong UV resilient 410gsm Enduro Mesh. (Same mesh as used in our horse rugs)

Along with two top rings, they also feature a rear strap that makes it easy to tie the bags up and keep them in place in your stable or horse float.

Features:
• Generous sizing 48cm x 72cm : easily holds up to two biscuits of hay.
• 410gsm Enduro Mesh (Same strong mesh we use in our horse rugs!)
• Top Ring attachments for hanging in your stable or horse float
• 1 x Reinforced Rear Strap to prevent the bag from swiveling.

Available in: Light Blue

Soft Mesh Horse Hay Feed Bag Holds 2+ Biscuits of Hay Soft Mesh Horse Hay Feed Bag Rear Swivel Strap Soft Mesh Horse Hay Feed Bag Enduro Mesh Construction

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Posted: Saturday, August 12, 2017 | Views: 14419
Comments: 4

Setaria grass is fairly common in northern Australia and it can be problematic for horses.

Feeding An Elderly Horse
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Posted: Sunday, December 28, 2014 | Views: 5955
Comments: 0

The use of winter horse rugs can save you money and help your horse maintain his or her heath as it gets colder, particularly if you have a senior horse.

Addressing Colic in Horses
Addressing Colic in Horses...
Posted: Saturday, November 8, 2014 | Views: 12262
Comments: 1

Colic is a common issue with horses that is often caused by overfeeding on grain and dry roughage. We have published this post to keep you informed about the prevention, cause and treatment.

Ideal Horse Nutrition
Ideal Horse Nutrition...
Posted: Tuesday, February 4, 2014 | Views: 10000
Comments: 1

There is no diet that will work equally well for all horses. Some horses will be able to get a decent diet from grazing with only some supplementation, while other horses will require more supplementation.