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Freedom Feeder Full Bale Slow Feed Hay Net

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1 IN


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1.5 IN


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2 IN


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Shipping weight = 1.81 lbs.

Product Summary:

Kensington Freedom Feeder Full Bale Net
The goal of Freedom Feeder is for every horse to have high-fiber, low-calorie forage available 24/7. Using Freedom Feeders is a way to “free” us from meal routines and help our horses live happier, healthier, and more natural lives. Freedom Feeders may also eliminate anxiety around meal time and reduce the likelihood of colic and such behavioral issues as weaving, or pacing.
The Full Bale Net is designed to hold a full 3-string bale, which can typically last a single horse 5-7 days.

Freedom Feeders are available in different size mesh openings, so that your horse can have the most optimized feeding experience.  It is important that you chose the proper opening for your equine partner:


  • 1" Mesh opening is ideally suited for slow feeding INSULIN RESISTANT OR SMALLER grazing animals
  • 1.5" Mesh openings is ideally suited for optimal slow feeding which is meant to mimic grazing and slow consumption
    • This is the most “One size fits all” option


  • Use for stalls
  • Holds full bale of forage hay
  • Parachute cord closure
  • Estimated lasting time: 5-7 days
  • Made in the USA

Item Specifications:

5.5' x 4'


3mm Nylon Mesh

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
1 IN E011376 001 FF-FB1 789088072566
2 IN E011376 002 FF-FB2 789088085733
1.5 IN E011376 015 FF-FB1.5 789088072573

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