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GutzBusta 4cm -60 ply- Round Bale Nets- 4x4, 5x4, 6x4

  • Shipping Weight: 3kgs
  • Units in Stock: 38

Starting at: $147.50

 Round Bale Hay Nets in 4cm - 60 ply Netting

Please note: unable to express post this item due to not being able to fit into express satchel.

ROUND BALE HAY NETS - 4 x 4, 5 x 4 or 6 x 4 -

60 Ply – Mostly Lime Green in colour

These new 60ply hay nets are the same new design as our 48ply but are in the more durable.  These are good for horses that are tough on things and more likely to be hard on the nets.  Great for young horses.  We have added this line as some horses can be very destructive.

Easy to put on and large drawstring to secure the hay net around your round bale at base. Both the 4x4 and 5x4 will totally encapsulate the bale.

RRP Prices: 

  • 4 x 4 = $147.50
  • 5 x 4 = $157.50
  • 6 x 4 = $167.50
  • Please note that the 6x4 is a 'one size fits all hay net' and will fit all sizes of round bales. Obviously it will be big, but the excess netting can simply be rolled up along one edge of the net and tied off in a couple of sections using twine to take up the slack.

    Putting your Hay Net on a Round Bale

    Firstly position your hay roll on its side so you can pull off the twine or string keeping it together.  Then put the hay net over onto the top of the bale before you undo strings etc.  If your hay bale stays together then putting the net over first isn't necessary, but some bales such as oaten fall apart quickly, so this way you have net in place ready to pull down quickly to contain the hay.

    Remove the strings or twine keeping your round bale together and start to pull the net down around the bale.


    Once the string is removed, you can then pull the netting down the side of the bale to the ground.

    Pull your draw string tight at the base and then either undo the knot at the end of the rope and redo it at the base of the net and let the remaining rope be free, or you can simply tie the remaining length of your draw string back up into the net so it is't free to get caught in.  Your round bale is now ready to go.  Enjoy watching your horses EAT their hay instead of laying on it, pooping on it and weeing on it :-)

    PLEASE NOTE THAT BOTH THE 4X4 WILL NOW FULLY ENCAPSULATE THE BALE, THE 5X4 WILL ALMOST ENCAPSULATE SO YOU SIMPLY DO AS ILLUSTRATED ABOVE, AND ONCE YOU HAVE THE NET PULLED OVER THE ENTIRE BALE, SIMPLY FLIP THE BALE OVER AND PULL UP THE REMAINING SLACK IN THE NET UNTIL THE NET IS ABLE TO BE PULLED UP TOGETHER.  You can then either tie a knot in the drawstring at the base of the net (and undo the one at the end of the drawstring) and leave your remaining drawstring free, or you can secure the drawstring into the hay net or tie to an object.  You may also use the drawstring to do a quick sew of the join if your hay net didn't come together as well as you would have liked.



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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 03 April, 2017.

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