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    05-14-2012, 11:24 PM
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Small mesh hay nets. Tie loose so they can hang their head low.
     
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    05-15-2012, 08:21 AM
  #22
Yearling
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Originally Posted by caseymyhorserocks    
Small mesh hay nets. Tie loose so they can hang their head low.
hiya casey you have got it in a nut shell and some times I tie a small piece of bailing twine on to the breast bar and the hay net when thay use to travle togeather.
Also I love your caption about your horse I think that's great.
And its a pleasure meeting you.
     
    05-15-2012, 08:55 AM
  #23
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Originally Posted by caseymyhorserocks    
Small mesh hay nets. Tie loose so they can hang their head low.


Not so loose and low that they can pull it off or get caught up in it. Its not going to hurt a horse to eat from a bag level with his nose. I tie haybags maybe level with the bottom window sill and to the side so their view isn't obstructed. And I don't want their heads down low in a trailer.
     
    05-15-2012, 09:05 AM
  #24
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Rancher    
Not so loose and low that they can pull it off or get caught up in it. Its not going to hurt a horse to eat from a bag level with his nose. I tie haybags maybe level with the bottom window sill and to the side so their view isn't obstructed. And I don't want their heads down low in a trailer.
ah the nets bottom is flush with the breast bar as on my little box thay travle side by side with a partition in the middle I redesigned it a little I got
2 sectinos of box iron so the partition goes side ways as well so I i wanted to show one of them the pony stood on the back of the box.
Many thanks for your reply if you want to see a picture of the box its what we call over here a ford transit 3.5 tonns.
Once again many thanks.
     
    05-15-2012, 09:19 AM
  #25
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Rancher    
I always hang haybags for transporting horses. Just get them up there nice and tight and you shouldn't have a problem. I've trailered horses 700 miles in a day and they've done just fine with haybags.
hiya iv posted pictures of my horse box in my albums many thanks and nice meeting you.
     
    05-16-2012, 11:07 PM
  #26
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Originally Posted by Rancher    
Not so loose and low that they can pull it off or get caught up in it. Its not going to hurt a horse to eat from a bag level with his nose. I tie haybags maybe level with the bottom window sill and to the side so their view isn't obstructed. And I don't want their heads down low in a trailer.
Sorry, I meant tie the horse looser. And the small mesh hay nets have super small holes that slow down the horse eating AND the horse can't get a hoof stuck in them. Keep in mind that shod horses can get their shoe stuck in the net.
     
    05-17-2012, 02:45 AM
  #27
Yearling
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Originally Posted by caseymyhorserocks    
Sorry, I meant tie the horse looser. And the small mesh hay nets have super small holes that slow down the horse eating AND the horse can't get a hoof stuck in them. Keep in mind that shod horses can get their shoe stuck in the net.
casey ill tell you a story and it happend whilst tricky roled near the wall he got stuck upside down the nylon of the hay net went inbetween the hoofs and his shoe and the livery yard owner found him like that.
That was an eye opener and he cut him free.
Horses do the most crazy things there was loads of room in his stable but
Things happen though.
     
    05-17-2012, 12:08 PM
  #28
Yearling
I use hay nets with my QH and moms horse, and my paint gets little hay at a time in the trailer but they only been in a trailer for 2 hours tops.
     
    05-29-2012, 01:08 AM
  #29
Yearling
Short hauls - yes. Haybag, high enough, rope loose enough Cowboy can get his nose barely below his knees on a stressed rope. He is a quiet shipper, though.

Long hauls- no. They get a flake every other time we stop for water. Makes them need more eater so... we go without shipping anything over 2 hours (not really ling, but long enough...)
     
    06-03-2012, 05:27 AM
  #30
Weanling
Funny in nz most people don't as they worry about horses choking - Personally I have one in there the can reach but not right under there nose
     

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