Hay Pillow Reviews - Customer Testimonials - Hay Pillow®

https://www.thehaypillow.com/testimonials.html I ordered 3 regular size Hay Pillows for my 3 horses, who live out 24/7 in a small dry pasture with free choice hay in slow feeders. They have access to a variety of hay nets and feeders, but immediately they were drawn to the Hay Pillows. They seem to enjoy eating from the Hay Pillows most of all, and have consistently eaten them empty every single day!…

Slow Feeder Hay Bag - Feed in a Natural Grazing Position

https://www.thehaypillow.com/store/p2/Standard-Hay-Pillow.html "Getting hay pillows was the best thing I have ever done for my horses! I love the freedom it has given me and my horses love having hay 24/7" ~ Nancy ~ "I just got my hay pillows a few days ago and they are making my life easier during the winter. I find they help me keep my horses from getting too hungry between feeds, and I feel really good ...…

Hay Pillow review - YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch Aug 26, 2013 · All in all I like the Hay Pillow nets-I also have ground Hay Pillows but I need to set up clips in their feed troughs to contain them-otherwise they throw them into the air and the hay scatters ...…

The Hay Pillow, Inc. - Home Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/TheHayPillowInc The Hay Pillow, Inc. shared a link. 3 mins · Dr. David Mellor, a leading animal welfare expert, looks at how bit use can impact equine breathing during exercise and what this means for equine welfare.Followers: 11K…

Miniature Horse Hay Feeder Bag - Slow Feed with the Mini ...

https://www.thehaypillow.com/store/p5/Mini-Hay-Pillow.html "My boys Jake and Orey love their Mini Hay Pillows. There are very nice and with the solid backing I have less wasted hay than with hay nets. It is difficult to find safe slow feed products for minis. I appreciate the option for 1 inch mesh. Jake has such tiny feet he got his foot caught in a hay bag a couple of years ago with 2 inch mesh and ...…

Could my pillow be affecting my health...or worse, is my ...

https://www.slumbr.com/blog/could-my-pillow-affecting-health-pillow-toxic/ Jun 10, 2017 · Molds that grow in pillows can generate millions of spores that become airborne and cause issues when breathed in; Dust mites -- which can comprise up to 1/3 of your pillow-- while themselves harmless to most, can leave droppings that exacerbate hay fever, eczema and rhinitis (inflammation of the nose)…

Hay Pillows?? - Chronicle Forums

https://www.chronofhorse.com/forum/forum/discussion-forums/horse-care/252338-hay-pillows I make hay pillows out of small hole hay nets. I take the drawstring out and replace it with one big locking carabiner. It's a pain to thread the net loops over the 'binder, but the locking thread ones won't open and catch a lip. I just toss them in the stall or paddock.…

Pillow Safety For Babies - Netmums

https://www.netmums.com/baby/pillow-safety-for-babies Wondering when it's safe for your baby to use a pillow to sleep? According to official safety guidelines, pillows shouldn’t be used by babies under the age of one. Here's all you need to know about keeping your baby safe in her cot.…