2014 - Volume #BFS, Issue #14, Page #34
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Cinch Net Slow Feeders Save Time, Improve Health, And Stop Waste
Owners Erin Olson and Kris Anderson started the business in Minnesota in 2009 after searching for ways to spend less time doing chores. “We thought it would be nice if there was a net for big round bales,” Olson says, since big bales reduce labor and are less expensive than buying hay in small bales. After not finding any nets on the market they made a couple. “It worked so well. There was no waste with a round bale, that’s hard to believe,” Olson says.
Veterinarians all across the USA recommend—and even prescribe— Cinch Nets to their customers. Many have reported that they see measureable health and behavioal improvements and that the Cinch Net may even prevent many of the most severe conditions, including heaves, insulin resistance, ulcers, colic, choking, and bad behaviors brought on by boredom. “Our slow feeder hay nets and hay bale bags control the amount of hay your horse is able to consume at any one time so your horse grazes in a more natural way,” Anderson says.
This is the only net on the market that has been tested by a Major University College of Veterinarian Medicine, which confirmed that the Cinch Net immediately decreased hay waste from 57% to 6% and pays for itself in less than one month.
The Cinch Net slow feeder hay nets are designed for use with square bales, round bales, or even hay by the flake. The Cinch Net is quick to install and remove. No tools required, no heavy materials, and it’s portable. Custom netting is available.
Cinch Nets are made in house—in the USA!
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, CinchChix, Inc., 39703 Grand Ave., North Branch, Minn. 55056 (ph 651 277-CHIX (2449); www.CinchChix.com).

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2014 - Volume #BFS, Issue #14