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Rolling Out The Hay Tote

If you have horses for any length of time, sooner or later you're going to take one away somewhere overnight. And if you think packing for kids is bad, you ain?t seen nothin? yet. Horses are big. And they need big things, like saddles, blankets, buckets. But the biggest thing they need is hay. Not only is a bale of hay cumbersome to handle, it sheds like a cat in June and can make a mess out of a nice clean tack compartment. Enter the hay bale bag.Completely encasing a bale of hay in a canvas or vinyl bag makes it convenient and safe for transporting, especially if it's going to be in the

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