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Our animals LOVE your nibblenets! We are currently using them with
giraffes, zebras, elephants and all of our other hoofstock animals. The
most recent one I purchased is going to go to our kangaroos. I hope to
purchase a few more so each species can have their own net instead of
rotating them around. I have lots of pictures but they are at home.
I’ll try to send them in the next few days. Thanks so much for making
such a great product! You can rest assured that Zoo Atlanta is
housing some very happy customers.
First, let me offer a huge thank you for your invention/creation of the
Nibble Net. As a horse rescue, we must be efficient stewards of all our
resources, including hay. This year we have had a large population of
horses and a huge demand on our hay supply. The waste became totally
unacceptable so I knew we needed a solution. I decided to give the
Nibble Net the chance to help us help the horses. AND, help they did. As
a result of our experience, I sent the message below to all of my
"horsey" friends. One of those thought you might appreciate my words and
encouraged me to send the message to your company as a testimonial. Feel
free to use it if you see fit. I simply ask that you provide our website
address www.rainbowmeadowsranch.com with the use of the information.
On Thu, Mar 4, 2010 at 9:49 PM, Karen Everhart <email@example.com>
I want to share a recent discovery with all my 'horse owning' friends.
David and I have really been feeding a lot of hay this year, due to the
horrid weather and the number of horses here at the rescue. With hay
comes an associated MESS, and with all the wet, freezing conditions, we
have been wading in MUCK for months. It has been frustrating. So, I
started a search for a product which MIGHT reduce the hay waste and the
associated mess, and I found it.
Enter the Nibble Net http://www.thinaircanvas.com/nibblenet/nibblenetframe.htm .
We purchased 4 of these and have put them to use in a variety of roles
around the ranch. In every case they have proven to be VERY effective in
slowing the horses down as they eat, reducing hay waste such that the
bale lasts twice as long as it has in the past which then means there
is virtually no hay/manure on the floor/ground which needs to be cleaned
I know these nets are nearly indestructible because we have one where
the goats eat and they have not created any damage.
In other words. I LOVE THIS PRODUCT. At over $50.00 per item (get the
bottom straps) it was a pricey gamble but one worth taking.
So, if you have:
A horse or horses which are fed small square bales of hay in any form or
fashion (in a stall, from a feeder, in a trailer, etc.) and you would
like to reduce the amount of hay that they horse eats in a given time
frame OR would like to reduce the hay that is dumped all over the floor,
only to be peed or pooped on, please consider the purchase of a Nibble
Net. You won't be sorry!!
This is an unpaid endorsement:-)
Karen Everhart MEd
Co-founder and Executive Director
Rainbow Meadows Rescue and Retirement, Inc.
Serving the equine companions who have so loyally served us...
Owner/Operator Horse Calls - Equine Management Solutions
Distance Horse Conditioning and Training
I want to
say thanks for your wonderful service and excellent
product. I have just received my second Nibblenet. The
first was your largest size which was used to keep hay
in our Arabian's stall to ward off ulcers. He was
recovering after hospitalization, and had just been
taken off medication. Our veterinarian recommended The
Nibblenet because she had placed him on a hay-only diet
and didn't want him to over-eat. The larger net
accommodated a bale of hay, which we could fill as
needed. He could pull out small amounts of hay at a
time, and it prevented him from spreading hay in the
Our second net is smaller in size for our Saddlebred.
It provides a healthy activity to prevent boredom when
he is not in the pasture.
For our horses, the Nibblenet is a wonderful alternative
to soiled hay on the stall floor, an aid to prevent
vices which arise from boredom, and a cost-saving
alternative to ensure horses who are stall-bound can
graze at their leisure. It is simple to hang and easy to
fill. A quick spray from the hose keeps it clean and
fresh. It is extremely portable and excellent to take
on the road for the show season. I like to keep one in
the stall when traveling to calm show nerves and the
anxiety that arises when horses are away from familiar
We receive our orders from you in record time. Your
fast shipping caused my daughter to wonder aloud if you
have round-the-clock postal workers contracted to get
packages to our address ahead of all others.
Thank you for an excellent product and remarkable
customer service. I would like to say we will order
from you again and again, but alas, the Nibblenet is
indestructible; it will be around for years!
equine veterinarian, stable owner, and FEI
competitor, I can't say enough good about
Nibblenets. The benefits include tremendous
savings on hay (No more peeing or walking on
hay), convenience (Slower intake means fewer
feedings. Fill two Nibblenets per horse and
night check becomes night check, not late night
feed time. There is plenty of hay to last till
morning), and healthier horses (horses are not
eating dirt and dust, and constant "grazing" is
physiologically much more appropriate for
horses' GI tracts). We have devised some
creative feeding stations that keep horses
moving around to find "the best" Nibblenet, and
this adds interest to the horses' pasture life.
Thank you for such a wonderful product. Highly
Candace K. Platz, DVM
Maine Equine Associates
31 Estes Road
New Gloucester, ME 04260
207 782 8318
Auburn, ME 04211-1240
207 998 2062
Fax 207 998 5763
I wanted to let you know that
I absolutely LOVE the Nibble Nets!
You sent me two of the XL size
with 1.5" openings and they are just perfect for my two horses. I
can load them up with nearly a day's worth of grass hay and none of
it is wasted.
As a full time hoof care
professional, I work very long days and often return home late in
the evening. I never have to worry about my horses running out of
food. In the past, if I placed that much hay in a regular hay
rack it was pulled out, trampled and contaminated. Nothing is more
frustrating than dumping expensive hay in the compost pile.
These bags save me time and
money. They are well worth the cost and are so well constructed that
they should last for years.
I took the liberty of posting
a short video on You Tube of my TB eating from his Nibble Net. Hope
you enjoy it :)
"As a full time hoof care
professional...I am recommending your product to all of my clients"
I would like to commend you
on a wonderful product! We have 2 horses with 2
separate needs and the Nibble Net has been the answer
Our one gelding is recovering
from colic surgery. The vet requested he have hay
available 24 hours a day to keep his digestive system
running. Because of this, he looks like he is
pregnant! The Nibble Net meets the needs of our
vets request without letting our gelding literally eat a
bail of hay a day. It now takes him most the day
to pull several flakes of hay through the canvas netting
of the Nibble Net while keeping his digestive system
We also recently purchased a
young gelding who was on the verge of cribbing due to
boredom in his stall despite daily turn-out. We
immediately put the Nibble Net in his stall which keeps
him busy all day. The thought of cribbing has
completely left his mind.
Good luck to you in the
future and I will definitely be passing the word along
on what a wonderful product you have developed!
Received my two green NibbleNets last week and had a chance to try them out this
past weekend! They are the real deal! For ONCE my guys did not have a pile of
good hay under their feet in the trailer and tied up to the trailer! I LOVE,
LOVE, LOVE them! What a great product! I'm going to show and tell to all my
horsey friends! Thank you for a wonderful innovation in hay bags!
Zebulon, North Carolina
Received THE NIBBLENET ® yesterday.
Totally blown away by the quality, design and size of the hay bag. It
was double the size I was expecting (looked quite small in the picture
next to the horse) and the workmanship is unlike anything I've seen
before in a hay bag.
I was going to order a cheaper version at first,-luckily my spouse
talked me out of that!!!
My horse (who is used to evaporating a mound of hay in 10 minutes) must
have spent a good deal of last night prying the hay out of it. Usually
when I come in in the morning there are bits of wood chewed in the
stable from him being bored-this morning: Nothing!
I think come summer, when the paddocks go sandy from the lack of rain,
this net is going to be fantastic to prevent Sandcolic (which is a real
problem in Australia).
So thanks so much for a great product!
I can only say that THE NIBBLENET ®
is absolutely BRILLIANT!
I have a
grouchy old appy gelding that is rough and tough and eats his hay
like a pig, he just inhales it and then spends his time destroying
his stall! I tried your THE NIBBLENET ® and at first he was not
happy...he flipped it around and was pulling and biting at the
straps, he even kept trying to look behind it thinking that surely
there is an easier way to get at this stuff! He finally settled
down to working at pulling out small mouthfuls, and I could see the
concentration he was using, which translates to me as keeping him
busy mentally as well as keeping him busy for a long span of time!
I could not be more impressed with the innovation as well as the
quality of construction! I had expected it to be well made, but
even with my high expectations I was so totally impressed--if my appy couldn't hurt it, it is above and beyond quality of
workmanship! I could not be more thrilled, and I will be sending an
order for another one for my Arabian soon! My advice to anyone who
is considering THE NIBBLENET ®...you will NOT be sorry, I promise you
will be as happy and impressed as I am!
-- Lee Francis, Florida
I've been meaning to email you. I LOVE IT!!
I have 1 horse that is on stall rest for a torn
ligament, we are on month 2 now. During the
stall rest she has become very overweight. I
use THE NIBBLENET
to stretch the little bit of hay she gets so she
can "graze" Longer. I also use it for my
Gelding whose name is Hoover and for very good
reason. He can go through a flake of hay in less
then 20 Minutes. I use THE NIBBLENET
when he gets turned out, he doesn't play well
with others so he goes out in a sand paddock by
himself. THE NIBBLENET
keeps him from eating more sand then he would if
he was fed the hay on the ground. With the
price of hay what it is it's been a life savor,
I like to keep hay in front of my horses so they
don't get bored but I cant afford to do it, with
THE NIBBLENET ®
I can. Thank you so much for
coming up with such an ingenious and well made
item! I'm sure I will be ordering more in the
always arises --in horses as well as
people--from concern about what might happen,
and much more rarely from what is happening."
---Mary Wanless, For The Good Of The Horse
Meaghan Fleetwood, Florida
I LOVE THIS PRODUCT. IT
WAS A GREAT IDEA AND WORKS BETTER THAN ANY NET OR BAG I HAVE
TRIED. I HAVE AN ANDALUSIAN WHO INHALES HIS HAY AND THIS IS
PERFECT.. HE IS NOT TOO HAPPY ABOUT WORKING FOR HIS FOOD SO MUCH
BUT IT KEEPS HIM BUSY WHEN IN THE STALL. THANKS FOR A GREAT
IMPROVEMENT AND I HAVE RECOMMENDED IT TO MANY OF MY FRIENDS.!!!
Mary Stanton, Florida
I just love these
I bought 6 of them and they are the greatest. My horses were
quite put-out at first but now they realize this is a more
natural way to eat. Thank you for developing these. Bev
Beverly ~ California
Thank you, Deb, for the
wonderful Nibble Nets! My girls really love them. They
are so well made that even after almost 6 months of
continuous use, they look as good as they did when they
were brand new. They also save me a lot of time and I
don't need to hand-deliver hay around the clock
anymore. I no longer worry about them running out of
hay during the long night especially in the winter.
They always have food in their bellies, and there is no
more wasted hay being used for a bed or a bathroom.
Thank you for providing such a wonderful, well-made
Michelle ~ Connecticut
Just wanted to say you can add my name to the VERY SATISFIED customer list. We
have a picky 16 yr old Arab/Saddlebred who can gain and lose weight in a
weekend, a greedy 2yr old ISR filly and a 25 yr old OTTB. All three are happily
munching on the NibbleNets and I’m able to afford much nicer more expensive hay
since the baby isn’t peeing on it all the time and the Arab/Saddlebred is
actually eating all day instead of gobbling, rushing to the window to see what’s
happening outside and getting ulcers from being Mr. Stressful.
The chunky 2 yr old was eating all her allotted hay in about 10 minutes then
pawing and complaining inside or ripping tree bark from the poor trees in the
pasture. The 25 yr old was getting bored and not eating but now he has something
to amuse himself with. So everyone is happy. I have told all our friends to look
you up on the internet and suggested local shops try to work something out to
carry your product. ( We live in the southern pines area of NC)
I wish everyone that had to stall a horse had one of your Nibble
Nets! I saw it for the first time in an article in "The Horse"
magazine. I ordered one for my mare that is stalled at night
and she immediately stopped walking her stall all night
--because she now had something to do!! GRAZE! I just ordered
one for my gelding that is out 24/7 but eats his hay way to fast
and then has nothing going through his system all night!!
Others at our boarding barn are seeing the difference in Bella
and hopefully will get a Nibble Net for their horses!
Thank you so much for this fantastic product!!
Gail Smith, ESMT
Athens Equine Massage, LLC
Just wanted to let you know how satisfied I am with
my nibble net. I purchased it early in May and
have been using since. My horse, Gryffin, had
started to loose weight, but now I'm able to keep
his weight stable and him happy. And, there is no
Thank you for such a wonderful product. I'll never
be without a nibble net!
we have been having so much
rain that i cant get my horses out on pasture or dry lot
because its too wet...i quickly purchased two of your nibble
nets and hung them in the stalls....the horses took to them
immediately and i now don't have to worry about boredom or
them over-eating from me throwing them hay throughout the
day. its the best thing since ''hot chocolate''...thanks
for the neat invention. Patti Lang
My 4 nibble nets arrived yesterday. Wow!! They are
fabulous - so sturdy and well designed.
We filled them last night and attached them to the eye hook
in the bottom of my big buckets. All the horses and ponies
came over to investigate.
This morning one was almost empty, one was about 2/3 empty
and the other two were 3/4 full. Yay! I only had to fill
two this morning. They are so much easier to fill than the
hay nets I was using.
When I finished my barn chores three were out in the pasture
and one was happily pulling little tufts of hay out to eat
from one of the nibble nets in the shelter. I'll be
recommending them to all of my friends!
Anna, Flak, Zippy, Skipper and Capri
College Station, TX
My Nibble Nets arrived yesterday-perfect
had such a storm. Heavy rain and wind with gusts up to 100
km (we live right by the ocean) The horses won't be able to
go up to their grazing field as it's too exposed and my
electric fence blew down. They will be stuck in their
paddocks for a few days and this wild weather is supposed to
stick around so I'm so happy to be able to stuff the bags
and know they will be kept busy for hours.
I have to say, Deb, I was really happy and impressed with
your workmanship. The nets are so sturdy-the vinyl is super
thick-thicker than I expected. And the sewn in snaps on the
littlest feeder are excellent! Great job. So nice to have a
product surpass your expectations!
I'm part of a very active horse forum and
there is an ongoing thread about slow feeders. That's where
I read about the Nibble Nets. A few of the gals have bought
them already and were singing their praises. Other folks are
making home made slow feeders. They look a little
sketchy-they are on the ground fish net type styles that
look like a foot could get caught. Other styles look like
they won't stand up to much rough treatment. The Nibble nets
will be around for years. Totally worth the $ (and I just
posted to say how happy I was with mine)
fyi, for a treat, I
stuffed handfuls of my mare's 2nd cut in through the pony's
1st cut in his bag. He's out there wuffling across the net
surface searching out the 2nd cut nuggets. Think
I'll do the same with my mare's alfalfa when I get some in.
Deborah, Flare, Flash and Burrito!
I have had my nibble nets for several weeks now and
do not know what I would do with out them..............they are great. The
horses can't trash the hay and it keeps my fat horse ( which is on a diet) busy
and he is doing great on this. This is a great product and very heavy duty, my
guys can really put things to a test and these pass with flying colors.
Deb, I recently bought the
12 " Nibblenet with the 1.5
" netting for my injured
horse. He bowed his tendon
and is on strict stall
rest. The only way I found
to keep him happy was to
feed him hay all the time.
I ended up wasting alot of
hay, worrying I could
overfeed him, plus he went
through it so fast he was
still bored. I read about
your Nibblenet on the
Ultimate Dressage web site.
What prompted me to but the
Nibblenet was the solid
vinyl back so hay does not
fall out the back.
It is working just as you
described. I pack it full
in the morning and when I
come home from work 8 hrs
later there is still a
little bit of hay left in
there for him. He used to
get excited when I would get
home because he knew I was
going to feed him again and
the last thing I want him to
be is excited on that leg.
Now he is a happy and
contented boy, glad to see
me without being excited and
trying to jump and buck. I
make him clean the hay up
out of the Nibblenet and he
gets every last bite. Yep,
there is some discards
strewn about in the stall,
he is somewhat discerning
about his hay, but no real
waste. I couldn't be more
Thanks for designing such a
well made, well thought out
product. And by the way I
love the name of the
product. Nibblenet. so
Hi, I just wanted to tell you
that this is a fantastic product. My horse is IR and on
stall rest due to an injury. I was already soaking his hay which
helped to keep his weight down while he was in work, however
with the stall rest my vet and I are both worried about him
The nibble net entertains him and allows him to munch for hours
at a time. Without it I was constantly at the barn doling out
small flakes at a time to keep hay in front of him at all times
and yet not let him wolf it down.
The Nibble Net is very well made and durable. I would recommend
the bottom strap for most horses as securing both the top and
bottom prevents them for 'playing' with it too much!
Thanks for a great product,
I LOVE THIS
PRODUCT. IT WAS A GREAT IDEA AND WORKS BETTER THAN ANY NET
OR BAG I HAVE TRIED. I HAVE AN ANDALUSIAN WHO INHALES HIS
HAY AND THIS IS PERFECT.. HE IS NOT TOO HAPPY ABOUT WORKING
FOR HIS FOOD SO MUCH BUT IT KEEPS HIM BUSY WHEN IN THE
STALL. THANKS FOR A GREAT IMPROVEMENT AND I HAVE RECOMMENDED
IT TO MANY OF MY FRIENDS.!!!
I ordered a large NibbleNet with 1.5" openings a month or so
ago. My hope was to slow down my hay vacuum, easy-keeper Arab
gelding and the NibbleNet has done the job wonderfully. He was
frightened of it for about 2 seconds until he realized that it
was filled with hay. He has presented us with challenges though
since he's a smart guy and first figured out that he just needed
to shake the heck out of the net to get the hay out and then how
to eat most of the hay from the top openings. The NibbleNet is
hung from a fence rail and we've secured the bottom (got the one
with top and bottom rings), added another strap to close off one
side of the top, and always fold in the side that is still open
- with these mods, he's got to eat through the mesh openings.
Interestingly enough, he prefers to eat from the NibbleNet and
passes up the little bit of extra hay that's on the ground. And
he always has hay to nibble on many hours after all the other
horses are done (he's in his own paddock). Thanks for a great
product! I'm sure we'll be ordering others.
Wow, that is fantastic, Deb! I'm so glad to hear that you
have increased business, I think you have made a wonderful
products. I couldn't be happier with my nets. And believe
it or not, they have been in use for almost a year now, and
they look great! I have had no breakages or wear at all.
They are dirty, yes, and I power wash them every few
months, but otherwise they are in excellent shape. I've
noticed less chewing difficulties with my horses too. The
ones that were quidding are no longer doing so, or greatly
reduced. I think them being able to bite the hay with their
incisors simulating grazing has helped realign their mouths,
rather than their standard "gobble, gobble" of gobfuls of
hay without biting.
I would love to see the
changes you've made in the nets though. How is the vinyl
holding up? I'm really surprised that the Sunbrella is
holding up so well, but it sure is! of course I have them
clipped down on all 4 rings, so they don't swing around
(other than when they toss them clipped to the pallets all
over the paddock)!
Thank you for the Nibble Net!
I recently ordered a Nibble Net for my Thoroughbred gelding,
Lucky, and he absolutely loves it! He had a bad episode of
colic in November, largely stemming from ulcers in his
stomach and his incessant cribbing-- so the Nibble Net has
helped take his attention away from chewing and biting
everything he can find to snacking slowly and happily
throughout the day. Not only is the Nibble Net a smart
investment for trailering, feeding, shows, and other
all-around uses, but it provides peace-of-mind for horse
owners concerned about cribbing, eating too quickly, and
other digestion issues. It's been a great, easy, and
enjoyable stall accessory for him and I am so glad I
Menlo Park, California
I bought a few of the nibble nets a couple of months ago and I just love them. I
bought the 1.5 inch grid bags. My little insulin resistant Paso is doing SO
well. No more soaking hay for him through the winter. That is not fun here in
Utah where we live as it is below freezing mast feedings. What used to take him
1 hour and 15 min to eat now takes him 4 hours to eat. His neck crest have all
but disappeared, no more chewing and or other stable vices. This is like having
a toy that he eats out of. I have tried a couple other bags and yours is by far
the best as far as being sturdy and slowing down the feed time. Thanks for a
great product. Please feel free to use this testimonial.
Subject: Second Nibble Net
Just had to
tell you this is my second Nibble Net. The first one is
working out so good I just had to get one for my
trailer. The Nibble Net is perfect. My horse would
waste over 50% of his ration…with the Nibble Net it is
minimal. I had bought the big Nibble Net for camping
and it keeps my horse busy all night long. No waking up
at 6am to whinnys because he has an empty hay bag. He
has plenty to last him through the night. And it is
durable! No rips or tears…looks brand new. No hay bag
has EVER lasted this long. Many thanks for a quality
Just wanted to say you can add my name to the VERY SATISFIED
customer list. We have a picky 16 yr old Arab/Saddlebred who can
gain and lose weight in a weekend, a greedy 2yr old ISR filly
and a 25 yr old OTTB. All three are happily munching on the
nibblenets and I’m able to afford much nicer more expensive hay
since the baby isn’t peeing on it all the time and the Arab/Saddlebred
is actually eating all day instead of gobbling, rushing to the
window to see what’s happening outside and getting ulcers from
being Mr. Stressful.
The chunky 2 yr old was eating all her allotted hay in about 10
minutes then pawing and complaining inside or ripping tree bark
from the poor trees in the pasture. The 25 yr old was getting
bored and not eating but now he has something to amuse himself
with. So everyone is happy. I have told all our friends to look
you up on the internet and suggested local shops try to work
something out to carry your product. ( We live in the southern
pines area of NC)
A couple of years ago when I bought my mini's I was looking
for a way to feed them without using a hay rack or the traditional hay bag. I
came across your nibble net and bought two of them. I have to tell you, it is
one of the best things I purchased for my mini's. They can't pull a lot of hay
out and it makes them eat slower. My one mini actually turns the bag over many
times thinking there is something better on the other side. It has not shown any
signs of wear or tear which has surprised me. Even the many twist that the
hanging strip has had, its still like the day I bought it. I'm glad that you use
the best materials.
just wanted to let you know that the 2" opening works well
with really long stem, first cutting hay, that I feed my
horses all day to prevent boredom and hunger. They get their
high quality hay as before on the ground, as it is nicely
and cleanly eaten up, but the first cutting hay they really
only eat when nothing else is around and then mostly it has
been trampled on by the time they want to eat it and I spend
most of my time cleaning up the next day. This does not
happen anymore now, and I am very glad about that. My horses
ate everything up to the last piece, which really impressed
me as I thought that they would not easily get it out when
the net gets more empty. But they managed!! Horses are so
smart and so skilled with their lips and tongue. They
probably would have managed even with the 1.5" openings. But
I don't want to challenge them too much. They can eat all
they want of the first cutting hay, as they don't get
overweight on that.
Thanks for a great product!
I just wanted to sent you a note and say that the net has exceeded my
expectations. Our overweight sweet TB Murphy didn't need much adapting I used
the larger net first then the smaller grid. But this is the best part... He
is so much happier, my husband and I have concluded that he was eating up his
small amount of food (weighed out) so fast that he spent most of the day with
nothing and was getting grumpy and sour. My anecdotal conclusion is that
perhaps from the changes we are observing he was putting out too much stomach
acid during all that in between meal time and was in pain. The
positive changes happened very quickly and he is continuing to be more relaxed,
back to his kind mellow self. And even leaves some of the hay for a while and
comes back to it in a relaxed manner. His topline is looking better as well
and I have not changed the amount of feed he is being given. What kind of
posture do we take on if our stomach hurts? His facial features have changed
also back to his previous relaxed jaw etc. and I had really been confused as to
what the changes were I was seeing prior to the introduction of the nibble net,
he just looked different and the prefeeding pawing has decreased as well as its
intensity. He has licked us so many times when we bring this net I just had
to write and let you know. We are using the other net at the hitching rail
(railroad ties about 6' tall with a ring for the bag on the top of each side so
we can change the bend) and can pull a mane with no objection, train the filly
to relax in a new area (we bring a chair), get the school master mare ready for
a short lesson near dinner time and in fact the hitching post has become the
spot to be at. I am not sure why we all think horses shouldn't be happy while
we fuss with them. I would recommend that horses prone to spooking might not
be better with such a diversion but we are making this grooming / bathing area a
"real spa" and they like it. How do I spell relax...nibble net and warm
water. We are members of horse-conscious web site and you might speak to Mark
about your product. We did get one small hole from rubbing but nothing I can't
fix, just took away the source of the rough spot behind the bag. The notes,
warnings and directions were very helpful.
Leanna (studentofhorse) BS Animal Science(production ag), John and
dreamsdocometrue farm family
You make a
great product, exceeded only by your customer service/satisfaction.
Made in America...I love it!
Thank you again,