Hay net for round bales, 140 cm diameter, height 120cm, 5 mm twine, # 30 mm mesh

Item number: 1587

EAN: 733413432914

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starting from 143,45 €

including16% VAT. , plus shipping (Standartversand)

There are variations of this item. Please select the variation you wish.


Our nets are made of very solid knotless polypropylene (PPM) netting, which you can get from us in different yarn strengths and mesh sizes.

Compared to conventional round bale nets, which are sewn in a box shape, our nets have a cylindrical shape and are manufactured to fit the different round bale sizes. This means that the bale retains its "shape" even when the amount of hay is decreasing and less "excess" netting material remains.

Not only do our hay nets allow you to offer your animal hay in small portions throughout the day, but you also save up to 50%, since considerably less hay is represented.

Accessory 1: Optionally you can also purchase a very stable hot-dip galvanized iron ring, which is firmly connected to the edge of the net. With this ring the handling is much easier, because the ring with the net only has to be put over the round bale, no lashing or tensioning is necessary anymore. You can increase the weight of the ring by filling it with dry sand (quartz sand). For this purpose we have provided the metal rings with an opening and a plastic clip to close them.

Accessory 2: Alternatively, we can also offer you a ring made of PE pipe with 32mm diameter. This ring is intended for self-assembly and is supplied with a brass connector and braided cord (to be attached to the ring). For weight increase we recommend filling with dry sand.

Accessories 3: Furthermore we can offer you a galvanized iron chain for weight increase. By simply "threading" it through the lower edge meshes, the net gets the necessary weight to slide easily over the bale and then lie safely on the ground.
For the connection of the two ends a chain connection is included.


Note: Experience shows that it is better to choose a net with a diameter of 10 cm larger, as the round bales vary.


Shape: Tubular
Material: Polypropylene (PPM)
Design: knotless
Thread thickness: 5 mm
Mesh size: # 30 mm
Mesh position: square
diameter: 140 cm
height: 120 cm
volume: 1,85 m
colour: green
Weight metal ring :approx. 9,80 kg
Weight plastic ring:approx. 2.0 kg
weight iron chain :approx. 5,95 kg

Question Catalogue Hay Nets

In the PDF we give you with questions and answers some hints to different aspects when using hay nets. We will certainly not be able to answer all questions here, but we hope to be able to help you with this.

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to list and answer them here.

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Question Catalogue Hay Nets

Question Catalogue Hay Nets


Product weight: 5,00 Kg
Contents: 1,00 piece


Properties of different materials in comparison.

materials nylon polyester polypropylene polyethylene Cotton
shortcut PA PES PP PE Cotton
specific gravity 1,14 1,38 0,91 0,96 1,4
melting point degrees Celsius 220 358 165 150
UV- light resistance well very well satisfactory well satisfactory
resistance to alkalis well b. 100C well b. 20C well well satisfactory
acid resistance sensitive very well very well very well unsatisfactory
solvent resistance well well well well unsatisfactory
resistance Putrefaction or mildew very well very well very well very well unsatisfactory
Water absorption 1-7% 0,5–2% 0% 0% 2–5%
Abrasion resistance very well very well well well satisfactory

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    Basically it is difficult to make a statement about this. For smaller horses
    like ponies and breeds, which used to graze on barren land, are small
    meshes more suitable than larger ones. These animals usually eat in the "natural"
    Assumption that soon there may be no or less food and therefore
    "reserves of fat" in the form of fat reserves.
    For older animals and those with no experience in netting, a larger mesh size should be
    prefer.

    Horses are steppe animals and in the course of their development they have adapted optimally to
    adapted to their habitat. Since the stomach of horses is relatively small, it is
    it is necessary that the animal is constantly spread over the day small, raw-fiber oak
    can eat portions of food, at least 12 hours a day. With feeding nets this can be
    be supported, because it is avoided that too much is eaten in too short a time
    will.

    The nets have a square mesh position and the width is measured from
    Yarn center to yarn center calculated.
    Example: Net with 5 mm yarn thickness and 45 mm mesh size has a clear dimension
    of about 40 x 40 mm.

    We have been supplying our customers with our nets for many years. Among them
    is the hobby rider as well as the professional breeder. Up to now we have no
    Case known where nets have caused tooth or denture problems.
    However, it cannot be excluded, so that it is sometimes advisable to treat older animals with
    to go on wide-meshed nets. This also concerns the time of the
    Tooth replacement.

    This is possible and care should be taken to ensure that the net mesh is always smaller
    is than the smallest hoof. If the hay is fed from a hay rack, the danger is hardly
    given.

    We manufacture our nets from 100% polypropylene (PPM), which is safe to health.
    is harmless. Furthermore, our nets are saliva-proof and can be
    need to be well cleaned with a high pressure jet and even in the
    washing machine at max. 60 degrees

    This depends of course on the duration, intensity and correct use.
    If you use an unsuitable mesh size, one or the other animal may
    get impatient already and tear at the net and damage it. At
    correctly used, our nets last for several years.

    After consultation with several customers, the savings were sometimes up to 50%, because
    no more hay is "represented", no more falls to the ground while eating and
    the plucked quantity is eaten. Bales, which are free to graze in the pasture or
    are located in windy places are largely protected from wind.

    This is not a problem.

    Here the knotless nets are clearly preferable, as they are usually softer
    and the "knot" cannot get caught and does not invite you to nibble.

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