ABOUT THE HAY-EASY™ TRAILER TARP SYSTEM
The Townsend Ranch has spent decades traveling with their horses to countless competitions. After years of cheap plastic tarps, numerous bungees, ratchet straps, big hassle and bad weather, it lead them to develop the Hay-Easy Tarp System.
The Hay-Easy™ frees you from the burdens mentioned above and enables you to tarp your trailer's hay or shavings load in 3 minutes or less, even in bad weather!
The Hay-Easy™ is not just for tarping hay -
It works great for shavings too!
SAVE MONEY! Buy your shavings at home and place them on top of your trailer with the Hay-Easy™. It works just as secure, fast and easy with shavings as it does with hay!
►One Time Fast & Simple Installation
►Time Saving: Tarp Your Hay In Minutes
►Virtually Maintenance Free & Built To Last
►Universal To All Trailer Racks (and transferable)
►Adjustable To Any Hay Load Size From Partial To Full
►Stays Safely Installed On Hay Rack Even When Not In Use (incl. over the winter)
The Hay-Easy™ is designed to last a lifetime of use!
- USA Made
- Made From Durable, Quality Materials
- Commercial Grade Tarp
- When Not In Use, Hay-Easy Stays Securely Installed To Trailer Rack
- Protects Your Horses Health & Your Hay Investment
- 20% the Cost of A Hay Pod
- More Proficient Than Any Other Trailer Hay Tarp System
- Small Investment, Big Rewards
- Never Needs Replacement Parts BUT They Are Available
- Designed and Used By Professional Horseman
CALL TO PLACE ORDER TODAY - 406-363-4846
Choose from 2 sizes:
7 foot 2 inches by 13 foot
8 foot 2 inches by 13 foot
Custom sizes available on request, allow an extra 3-5 weeks for delivery
Your Hay-Easy will come with written instructions on how to install. You may also watch the installation video provided on this website. The one-time installation process should take you less than 30 minutes. *When not in use, the Hay-Easy™ stays securely installed to your trailer rack during all seasons.
View the Hay-Easy™ "How To Tarp Your Hay Load" video: Click Here
View the Hay-Easy™ "How To Install" video: Click Here