Small Round Bale Bag

Small Round Bale Bag

from 219.99

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Available in 1.0", 1.5" and 2.0" netting sizes.

Make sure to measure your bales before choosing a size! If your round bales are 4'x4' or smaller then this is the correct bag for you.

The Small Round Bale Bag WILL NOT fit bales that are 5'x5'. The Large Round Bale Bag will fit up to a 6'x6' foot bale, as well as smaller bales such as 5'x5' bales. 

Works great for larger herds of other SMALL farm animals and will mean only refilling once a week, (depending on the size of the herd).

Take control of your large round bales and save 94% of your hay out of every bale! **see loading instructions below**

Receive one FREE Trailer bag on orders over $450 (before taxes). Need a CUSTOM bag? Contact us and we'll make one for you! *sorry no refunds on custom orders

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Getting the hay net over your bales (4x4 to 6x7) 

  • Set the bale on its side, where you want to feed it. We recommend putting a few pallets on the ground for the bale/bag to sit on.
  • Stretch out the net and the drawstring opening.
  • Throw the net up on top of the bale, and bring down the sides.
  • Roll the bale to get the bag over the whole bale.
  • Then lift up net in 1 area to cut the twine or mesh and remove (this way the hay is ‘in’ the net when the bale expands).
  • Now pull the draw chord tight and tie it off. The excess cord needs to be stuck back into net opening.

**NOTE: Always use a poly, metal or wooden feeder if your horses are shod. If they paw at the bags they can get the heels of their shoes caught in the netting.

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Choosing the right bag

When choosing a slow feeder hay bag for your animals, remember that in small groups, herds or flocks, you may need to assess the dynamics to determine the ideal number of bags.

When 2 horses share the same space at all times, we recommend 3 bags. Having the extra bag will encourage movement and will eliminate stress caused by bullying from the dominant animal. This applies mostly to the use of the smaller hay bags (Small Bag size up to the Bale Bag size), but you can always use a variety of bags in an enclosure.