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How NAG Bags are made



The NAG Bag slow feeders are made with a high-quality knitted nylon blend, for extra strength and durability. Our nets are constructed for the purpose of feeding all grazing animals the way nature intended. NAG Bags are very strong, durable, but gentle on your animal's muzzle, with no knots to rub or cause abrasions.

The NAG Bags' is a UV-protected, 100% Canadian manufactured to strict Canadian standards for health and welfare. NAG Bags are knitted and dyed with a green dye, one of the safest options on the market. NAG Bags are later washed in a boiling water bath and then put through a hot dryer, which sets and seals the dye. Hay nets that are dyed red or other colours can leach, which can be hazardous. Nets that are white claiming to be natural are inaccurate claims, as they would not be white, as natural netting will be light cream in colour. It's essential to understand the methods used to seal in colours as hay nets are products that animals will be grazing from and can be ingested if not properly constructed.

NAG Bags offer a simple design for all closures on hay nets. The bottom is closed with a metal q-link, while our top closure uses a top-quality, triple-braided un-looped rope. Our ropes are never looped, allowing all our nets to be safely used loosely on the ground (with non-shod horses). All our slow feeders come with a matching repair twine – as any good sweater would have a spare button, as well as a toggle on all our flake feeding nets. Our knotless netting will not run and is easy to repair if needed. Our seams stand us apart from the rest, as they are not hand sewn but sewn with a precise industrial serger machine, the same used in all industrial netting; they are extremely strong and are guaranteed by us.

Safety and quality is our main concern with our grazing nets and all of our products we carry; as we are avid equestrians, educated in agriculture and equine health care. We care about your horses and animals, as we do ours.

We are available to help you set up the best slow feeding system that suits your farm, ranch or equestrian facility, and we are always ready to help by email or phone.


Remember: If it's not green, it's not a NAG Bag. You can feel the difference!

Learn more on our available net hole sizes, and picking the correct net hole size for your animals needs. View our Net Size Guide.