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How do you tie the Trickle Net up in the stable?

Just the same as a normal hay net. We recommend you thread the rope across the thick ‘spine’ area where it has been stitched together. Simply because this is the strongest part of the net. As the netting is so tough and the small holes can be fiddly, a great tip to make life easier is to attach a screw gate carabiner to the spine so you can tie up and loop through that. After a few weeks use, the rope and netting won’t be so stiff to use. You may find that your ‘fresh’ Trickle Net won’t fully close at the top. Until the netting has softened, just thread your rope back across and through the other side to close it fully.

So I can use my net in the stable, but can I use it in the paddock?

Awesome, so how do I close my Trickle Net/ Bale Net for ground use?

What if I soak or dunk my hay?

What about if I use haylage?

Do you do other colours?

As the nettings so strong, will it adversely affect my horses teeth?

My net is a strange shape…?

The string at the top is going thin, do you do replacements?

I want to write a review, where can I do that?

Are Trickle Nets okay to use with a hay steamer?

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Where can I buy a Trickle Net from?

So how tough are your nets really? Can they withstand the abuse my horse will give it?

Will my horse get stressed from using the Trickle Net?