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It's important when feeding with Slow Feed Nets to always offer loose hay along side of your netted hay for horses that are just learning to use nets. For your horses safety please remember that halters, cribbing collars, grazing muzzles, shoes, as well as possibly blankets can get caught on your net. Should your horse be blanketed please take a look at our Extras section in our Shop for our Buckle Buddies that will help keep your blanketed horses safe. Horses with shoes should NEVER be in direct contact with a net, place all netted hay in a feeder for shod horses. In regards to safe keeping of your net when not in use we recommend that you store it in a covered area out of the elements. This will ensure a longer net life. 

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