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post #1 of 2 Old 08-04-2013, 08:20 AM Thread Starter
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Full Bale Hay Carriers Suggestion

I am looking to purchase a full bale hay carrier for when we go camping. I mostly just go to local horse camps for a night or two at most so I don't really have a need to bring a lot of hay. Most places there is plenty of grass to supplement as well.

If you have any suggestions on which ones you have used and recommend I would appreciate it.

Or if you have used any that you wouldn't recommend that would be great too!

I've been looking at something rather inexpensive such as the Weaver or Tough 1 or the more pricey one, Derby brand. If I can get by with one that is half the price I would love that.

I've been putting them in a nice sized tarp but this would open up sometime and was just a hassle in general. I've also been putting my hay in three nibble nets and that has been working about the best, but, this last time I went I needed to have an extra bale so, the search is on!

Thanks.
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post #2 of 2 Old 08-04-2013, 08:25 AM
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Get the one that has wheels on it! Can't remember how much I paid for it but got it from one of the major online tack stores. It comes in soooo handy at the shows for me. Hubby likes it, too!
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