SlowFeeding Micro 2++

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Net size = 90 x 60cm = 36 x 24". Mesh size; one side in 3,5cm = 1 3/8" mesh on one side and the other in 4cm = 1 5/8" mesh. Recommended for 1kg = 2 lbs loose soft dry hay. This is a very small SlowFeeding net in classic envelope design for soft to normal hay.
If you ever will consider stuffing more than 1kg = 2 lbs of hay into the net I strongly recommend you to consider a larger size instead. Since SlowFeeding is based on the fact that horses need to eat more or less continuously a tiny net like this can not be the main SlowFeeding solution but only for temporary use if the horse is parked somewhere for a while or of course in the trailer if space is sparse. Note that this model has different mesh sizes on the two sides. This makes it need to be hung in the upper two corners on a wall (or the horse will always eat from the easy side).The 3,5cm = 1 3/8" mesh is standard for soft hay and the 4cm = 1 5/8" works well for most kinds of hay. Choose which side that will face the wall and which side you want the horse to eat through. Why choose when you can have them both?


Net size = 90 x 60cm = 36 x 24". Mesh size; one side in 3,5cm = 1 3/8" mesh on one side and the other in 4cm = 1 5/8" mesh. Recommended for 1kg = 2 lbs loose soft dry hay. Capacity: <2kg = <4 lbs. This is a very small SlowFeeding net in classic envelope design for soft to normal hay.

It is recommended for no more than 1kg = 2 lbs. If you ever will consider stuffing more hay into the net I strongly recommend you to consider a larger size instead. Since SlowFeeding is based on the fact that horses need to eat more or less continuously a tiny net like this can not be the main SlowFeeding solution but only for temporary use if the horse is parked somewhere for a while or of course in the trailer if space is sparse. Note that this model has different mesh sizes on the two sides. This makes it need to be hung in the upper two corners on a wall (or the horse will always eat from the easy side).The 35mm = 1 3/8" mesh is standard and works well for most kind of hay and the 40mm = 1 5/8" is for coarse hay or straw. Choose which side that will face the wall and which side you want the horse to eat through. Why choose when you can have them both?