In the menu in the upper left hand side you can find all nets divided into categories:
- SMHN Optimal (patent pending) This is the new solution for SlowFeeding in the box. "Hoof proof" and natural eating angles. I'm convinced this will be the future standard for feeding all horses that spend many hours in a box stall.
-SMHN 3L (patent pending) is the new "magic" net that by turning it in-side-out in different ways will give you 6 different solutions. This will let you decide how long the hay will last.
- SMHN 35mm is the standard mesh size which is allways recommended if there are no very special reasons to why you should choose something else. As long as the horse is healthy and is living a reasonable Life 35mm mesh size usually works perfect regardless of age, breed, sex and activity level.
- SMHN 30mm has the same net sizes as the "SMHN 35mm" but with a smaller mesh. 30mm does extend the eating times more but it only works with soft hay, haylage and silage.
- SMHN 40mm also has the same net sizes but now with larger mesh size. 40mm does not slow the eating down a lot but it stops the waste.
- SMHN 2+ This is for you who don't want or can choose mesh size. Here you get them booth. One side of the net has 30mm mesh and the other 35mm mesh. Just decide which side will be facing the wall and which the horse will be eating through.
- Special design contains nets made to order. If you have a feed ring or a feeder that you want a SlowFeeding net to we can produc it. It usually only takes a couple of days. Email the measurement to email@example.com and I will come back with a price.
- Odd Products are Product that do not belong in the standard assortent. They might be second grade or of limited supply.
All the measurements are "on the mesh" which means that they might be a couple of cm bigger or smaller than the given measurements.
If your horse is new to SlowFeeding you are recommended to keep feeding the way you have done and only add the SMHN as a bonus until the horse has figured out how to work it. Ther is a lot to read and meny pictures to watch at www.SlowFeeding.com.