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    Quote Originally Posted by roxyroller88 View Post
    I think that the last 2 bags that we got weren't so bad but to be honest he is off hay/litter tray duty. It made him too poorly and it wasn't worth the risk. His whole throat would close up to the point that he couldn't breathe and he would get little white spots all over his hands and arms. He would also be wheezy for a few hours after. If he does do it he wears long sleeve tops, gloves AND a face mask! This is a recent thing though, we've been having this hay for over 2 years now and for the first 20 months it didn't cause him any problems at all!
    I'm shocked - that sounds really bad Does he take an antihistamine?

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    really rate both the timothy and rye and ings from hay and straw
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    Good news! My hay was delivered yesterday and the only difference is that it's not as green. Bunnies still eat it and still not dusty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limit View Post
    Good news! My hay was delivered yesterday and the only difference is that it's not as green. Bunnies still eat it and still not dusty.
    Ah thats good to know for future reference, Limit

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    I received my bag of the 'not so good' hay today and I agree with Limit It's still lovely but just slightly less green. If they hadn't put a notice up on the site I probably wouldn't have realised it was different!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    I'm shocked - that sounds really bad Does he take an antihistamine?
    I missed this sorry but yeah he did when it was really bad. He just doesn't touch the hay from there now though just in case!

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    Quote Originally Posted by roxyroller88 View Post
    I received my bag of the 'not so good' hay today and I agree with Limit It's still lovely but just slightly less green. If they hadn't put a notice up on the site I probably wouldn't have realised it was different!
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    I missed this sorry but yeah he did when it was really bad. He just doesn't touch the hay from there now though just in case!

    Do you keep hay in the house?

    I wondered last night where people keep their hay

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    Yep! Sure do. I'm considering buying one of those outdoor storage boxes though so the house is less farmy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by roxyroller88 View Post
    Yep! Sure do. I'm considering buying one of those outdoor storage boxes though so the house is less farmy!
    It will never be less farmy! My buns live outdoors and I have hay and straw everywhere... once found it in my bed too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limit View Post
    It will never be less farmy! My buns live outdoors and I have hay and straw everywhere... once found it in my bed too...
    It's always in my bed! And my jeans... and my hair... and my bra. Everywhere!

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