Equine Feed Bagshorse feed sacks
You' ll be satisfied with these'lining bags'. Two of these bags of food I purchased within a whole months because the first one was torn. But when I have to change over and over again because of the good workmanship, it's not effective.
I am really dissapointed that I bought this item twice just to keep it brief. But I didn't realise it has an meshing base too, so any additions will fail through. They contain quite good materials (plastic net runs through quicker than I would like) and the buckle/buttons - although they are made of plastics - are a great piece of work without breakage when a rider is panicking.
Yes, the pouch is smaller in circumference than some horses' nose, but this smaller circumference encourages them to lower their heads to get to food. One of my greatest problems with bags is the bad workmanship of them. The new bags come with netting and surplus cord around the bottom stitched end.
- Is there any way not to slice the net with a warm mould and make sure it does not break up? Again I like the bags, but the absence of QC brings this one from five to two. I' ve been using net lining bags for a few years now and I'm not sure if they are the former stamps.
That was the best buy I've made in a long while! Now I don't have to worries if he gets his supplements and homeopaths (which are quite costly to just throw all over the floor). It is practical and inexpensive enough to buy 2 (just in case).
I' m preparing the food bags with food additives and feeding all nine of them together. In October I began to use the bags and they have dressed well so far. Only once did it take the horse to get used to eat out of the feedingbag. To exit this roundabout, please use your speed-dial button to move to the next or preceding headline.