Getting Started with your Handy Hay Nets

Another idea for loading your hay bags. Great for filling your bags with loose hay quickly and easily. If you put the bucket on top of hay it's easier on your back.

A quick demo on different types of hardware to hang your Handy Hay Nets.

Here's a quick demo on how to quickly and easily load your Handy Hay Net.
How to load your Large Handy Hay Net and remove the bailing twine. You can then use an easy to set up pulley system to keep your bag off the ground for horses, goats, sheep, llamas and alpacas as many animals can be around the bag eating all at once.
A short demo on loading your bale bag. We made the bags wider than our competitors to make this process easier. Get your bags at
This is to keep your hay nets off the ground, good for animals with respiratory issues. You can purchase carabeeners at the same time as your Handy Hay Nets for your convenience.
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Here's one idea for a corner box to keep your shod horse(s) from pawing the netting of their Handy Hay Net and getting caught. The height will depend on the size of your animal.
Here's an inexpensive project to make a box for your Handy Hay Net. A great idea for shod horses.


The Hay Loader (shown here with large bag) is a wonderful time saving tool! Available in black $108.99 or polished silver for $134.99 CAD. We are only shipping this item via courier in Canada so please email us with your order.

Another how to with Marie and using your hay loader. Great for trailer, medium and large bags.


Sage is demonstrating how to eat from a Handy Hay Net. She's a pro! All animals will find their own preferred technique for eating from our slow feeder hay bags.
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Worried about your horses not being able to get enough hay from their Handy Hay Net? This is a 1" bag and as you can see Kolya (on the right) is getting some big mouthfuls! They are able to get more hay when a bag is fuller, so that's why we often have many trailer bags all around their pens.
Prowler and Ruby are definitely enjoying eating from their Handy Hay Nets.


A rooster and some chickens peck away at their Handy Hay Net. Keeping some greens, hay or alfalfa available for your chickens is a great way to create rich golden yokes! Our customers are loving them. One gal says she fills up her trailer sized handy hay net every 3 months.

Who doesn't love baby bunnies! This mama eats some grass and hay from a 1" hole Small Handy Hay Net. 

These guys are eating from a 1" hole Small Handy Hay Net. As you can see, lots gets dropped on the ground and then they clean it up there. You can put any kind of greens or veggies in there! Great way to add extra nutrition for your chickens. 


Who doesn't love bunny therapy? This girl enjoys a nibble from her Tiny bag ~ great for single rabbits or baby bunnies. 

Here's an out take blooper from a recent visit to a farm. They found a hole in the net so the game became 'who can get their head in the furthest' lol. Hay, Holes happen! We have 1/4 lb rolls of repair twine for sale here

According to our customers, Goats are LOVING their Handy Hay Nets. Not only that but we have reports of 50% savings in hay consumption because the hay isn't being trampled and defecated on. People who keep their goats, sheep and alpacas together are finding that everyone is getting enough to eat and getting along better, especially when their are multiple feeding stations.


Yes Pigs! Mama is doing a great job making sure it's safe for her babes. Many animals seem to enjoy the mental stimulation of their hay bags. You can put grass in them or other food that's appropriate for pigs too. The 1" Hole Small Handy Hay Net is great for your small farm animals.