Carrot Nets

Carrot bags available in a range of different sizes to suit your requirements for carrot net bags and parsnip bags. Knitted carrot bags or raschel carrot bags are a very popular cost effective choice. Or maybe consider choosing our stronger net such as woven carrot net bags also known as leno carrot bags, these will hold their shape well and  their robust mesh will easily resisting tearing. Choice of colours available including the ever popular orange and red or other colours as you prefer. Carrot nets are an excellent cost effective packaging option for selling and transporting stock feed carrots and horse carrots. After use of your carrot bags and as a bonus, if they are reclaimed and undamaged, it is possible to re-use them and thus save money, and most of us like to save money where we can!  As an additional bonus conveniently these mesh bags can double up and have other uses too, such as for bagging fuelwood or onions. Unlike paper or plastic bags, all our carrot nets come with a very useful integrated tie string for easy strait forward sack closure. Also making your life easier,  these are all readily available from our stock.

What sack size shall I choose for carrots ?  

We have various sizes of carrot bags available large and small. Our most popular net bags for carrots are the 42x50cm knitted bags, which are normally bagged full with around 10kg of carrots. The next size up is our 46x57cm  and is also popular, with full capacity around 12kg. Both sizes are usually sold for stock feed carrots or parsnips.


With tough sales competition out there in the horse feed carrots sector, we can appreciate it can be difficult to be competitive and generate adequate sales. Maybe you could consider using 10kg size net as opposed to 12kg?  With this smaller bag you could offer a more appealing reduced retail price to your customers or potential customers thus you maximize your carrot sack sales. Alternatively if your customers appreciate value for money purchases, maybe then use larger carrot nets instead?  However in this case make sure they are aware they are getting more weight of carrots and parsnips than what's offered by “joe bloggs down the road",  even going to the extent of demonstrating the weight of your carrot nets on a set of luggage scales! 

We would advise good sack presentation at all times, this can be vital to secure new custom for sales of carrot sacks. We understand that most consumers who buy bagged carrots would rather see full 10kg nets size rather than a  partially filled 12kg nets, even though in actual fact there is the same amount of  carrots (10kg) within each bag. 

An  example of very good presentation we have seen, and what appears to be great value of netted carrots is when the bag almost appears to be over full, the top of the bag has not closed up properly and the tied drawstrings appears to be under strain with carrots seemingly about to burst out the top.