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    Wise Old Thumper MightyMax's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    Well, it arrived about an hour ago. As anticipated I like it lots, especially the seed heads I also like it's stalkiness. It seems to be more healthy, although apart from teeth-grinding properties, I can't imagine it is any different in that respect. Also reading thumps post yesterday about hay, she was saying that wildies eat a wide variety of different species of hay and so maybe for some rabbits meadow hay would be best. Ah, I think we could speculate ad nauseum The important thing for me is that it is good quality and smells good.

    Oh yes, it was bought for the rabbits wasn't it Well, I disturbed their usual post-breakfast sleep and put a lump in front of them. It was immediately eaten, but as my rabbits are really not at all discerning as far as food is concerned, I think I would have had a similar result if I'd put a lump of fresh Ings in front of them

    What an entertaining report from both owner and rabbits

    My dental lovelies have a little struggle with really stalky sometimes, but they love this:

    http://www.natures-touch.org/natures-touch-hay.html

    Thinking about what thumps said about mixing hays, etc, I am pleased they love it! Gets mixed in with the readigrass

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    Yep mine stays in the sack/s in the shed, no problems

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    I feed ings, timothy and meadow hay and hay from the local farmer and various ones that take my fancy through the year
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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    What an entertaining report from both owner and rabbits

    My dental lovelies have a little struggle with really stalky sometimes, but they love this:

    http://www.natures-touch.org/natures-touch-hay.html

    Thinking about what thumps said about mixing hays, etc, I am pleased they love it! Gets mixed in with the readigrass
    40 different species, wow. Its nice dental buns can manage some soft hay

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