The Colorado Bale Net is the little brother to the West Coast Bale Net.
The Colorado net is made to accommodate the smaller bales that are common in the Midwest and East coast. Basically the small squares that are east of the Colorado Rockies. This is for the average 38" two string bales that weigh from 45 lbs. to 75 lbs. This net is made with our 1-3/4" material. The top or open end, of the net is closed with a cinch style rope as well as a tail rope on the bottom to allow anchoring of the net to whatever you would like.
This net WILL not fit a west-coast 2 string (90#) or 3 string (125#) bale
West Coast Bale Net
Save $ -90.00
This net is made to hold a standard 95 pound 2-tie bale, or a 120 pound 3-tie bale (West Coast Bale) or 1½ full sized compressed bales. There will be extra material left over if using a local 40-60 pound bale. This net has a cinch rope on the opening of this net witch will allow the user to suspend a full size bale within a stall, from a tree, or from the side of your horse trailer. Customers that have the wooden or plastic slow feed boxes with the wire mesh, have been converting to this net. They are putting the net & bale in the box and securing the net with the draw rope and tail rope using carabiner.
Formally known as the Square Bale Net-Small
Square Bale Net - Large
Save $ -320.00
This is the Big Boy Net, this net has the same wide opening just like the Round Bale Nets and made with the same high quality heavy duty materials as all of our products, But these nets are made to accommodate the 3x4x8, and 4x4x8.
We will have Pictures and videos shortly on how easy they are to put on the bales and to use.
3x3x8 update -- At this time we are unable to make a 3x3x8 bale net. Basically the math just wont allow us to do it. Its that 4 ft dimension (the 8ft length) that just kills it. Our best suggestion is the 3x4x8 net, there will be a little bit of extra material but the amount of material can either be tied up when closing the net. Or the net can be left as is.