We will be closed on the following dates and away from the computer and phone.
You can still place your order online and we will ship promptly upon our return.
If you need to reach us, please email at: Deb_NibbleNet@aol.com
We will email you back as soon as we possibly can.
NibbleNet® can also be purchased through our dealers.

May 6-13, 2017
June 16-24, 2017
THE NIBBLENET ®
 

Healthy and Safe Slow-Feeding System

 
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Proudly created, designed and manufactured by us in the USA!!

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** A PORTION OF ALL OF OUR PROCEEDS GO TO HELP OUT HORSES IN NEED **
 

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Not sure which openings size to order? Check out this video where Susan shows the Double-Nibble Slow-N-Slower NibbleNet®!

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HOW MUCH HAY DOES A HORSE NEED ?

Horses are designed to eat constantly and they produce stomach acid constantly. Because hay and saliva together are alkaline, they counteract the stomach acid.  "Horses are most content when they can nibble almost all the time".

Carolyn R. Simmelink, DVM recommends feeding as much good quality hay as possible and small amounts of grain to keep the horse at the ideal weight.

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We are the designers and manufacturers of THE NIBBLENET ®, a revolutionary hay bag.  THE NIBBLENET ® is designed by a horse lover for horse lovers.  The unique design and high quality construction make this the ideal way to feed hay to your horses.  The 2", 1.5" or 1.25" openings in the front of the bag allow the horse to "graze" for his hay in a much more natural way.  Instead of gulping down big mouthfuls, he has to work for the hay, one bite at a time.  This slows him down, which is much healthier for his digestion, and keeps him busy much longer.  The design of THE NIBBLENET ® is such that there is also much less waste of hay. 

These are excellent for horses with feed related health issues, like laminitis and obesity.  Perfect for horses that don't have a lot of turn out time like show and race horses.  Ideal for traveling and trailering.

The quality of construction and heavy duty outdoor materials make THE NIBBLENET ® far superior to similar bags on the market.  We are so confident in the quality of this hay bag that we offer a limited warranty against defects in materials or workmanship.

The back fabric is an 22 ounce or 40 ounce heavy duty vinyl made to be outside in the harsh elements. It has superior tear, puncture and abrasion resistance.  It has excellent UV and weather protection and is rated to -40 degrees. We recommend that The NibbleNet ®  be hung in a suitable place free from sharp objects and abrasive surfaces for the longest life possible. We also recommend that you secure the bottom of the bag to keep the bag stable for your horse and to give him something to pull against. For the toughest bag we make, we highly recommend the Double-Nibble. 

You will notice that the webbing is also on the bottom of the bag. We have designed The NibbleNet ®  this way so the dusty chaff can fall through the bottom away from the horse. This feature is also wonderful for those that wish to soak their hay. The entire NibbleNet ®  can be submerged in a muck bucket full of water or you can just squirt the hay inside The NibbleNet ® with a hose.

Our unique webbing grid is the best material for slow-feeding. This special webbing is custom woven for us. It is strong, yet soft and will not get stiff and hard with years of use. It is tightly woven to resist dirt and water absorption. It will not stretch or shrink over time. It is rot and mildew resistant and has a higher resistance to abrasion which will significantly extend the life of the bag. No other webbing on the market can compare!
 

All NibbleNets ® come with at least two sets of D-rings on the top. The top strap with the snap hooks clip the bag closed. Horses are not able to get the hay out from the top.

All NibbleNets ® come with D-rings on the bottom corners (except The Picnic Plus and The Nibble-N-Go) and are available with an optional bottom strap.

Colors vary. The colors on the website do not necessarily match perfectly the colors being used.

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**Cleaning instructions:
-Make sure all hay is removed from the bag.
-We recommend soaking the entire bag in a muck bucket full of soapy water for at least an hour. A capful of Lysol works well.
-Scrub the bag with a brush to remove all dirt, horse hair and hay. Pay special attention to the webbing.
-Rinse thoroughly and hang to dry in the sun.

Periodically cleaning your NibbleNet ® will extend its life since dirt and sand can wear down the fibers. Allow the NibbleNet ® to dry thoroughly whenever possible to reduce odors.

MADE IN THE U.S.A.

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***Please observe your horse and remember that safety is paramount with our beloved equines***
The
 NibbleNet ® is extremely safe and durable.
Please take care in how you secure any bag or any object around horses.
THE NIBBLENET® is a registered trademark of Thin Air Canvas, Inc.
We are the exclusive manufacturers of THE NIBBLENET® created and invented by our founder Deb Rusden
 

We are a small company and our staff wear many hats.
We divide our time between the office and the warehouse.
Our normal office hours are 9am to 5 pm EST Mon. - Fri. , but the BEST time to reach us is
10 am to 2 pm EST when we are processing and shipping orders for the day.
Please always leave a message and we will return your call just as soon as possible.
Emails are often an easier and quicker way to connect and we check them frequently as we are on the computer throughout the day.

 

DO NOT BE FOOLED BY CHEAP IMPORTS AND POOR QUALITY IMITATIONS!
Please look for the label on each bag with our logo and registered trademark.

 
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