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    Default TIMOTHYHAY.CO.UK back in stock!

    I'm fundraising for Rabbit Rescue North West

    https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/rrnw

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    Brilliant I bet it will be good, almost like fresh off the fields

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    not listening...my home under stair cupboard is bursting with lovely hay and megazorb. Omi, why did you have to make it more enticing with fresh off the fields talk? Think I'm becoming obsessed

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    not listening...my home under stair cupboard is bursting with lovely hay and megazorb. Omi, why did you have to make it more enticing with fresh off the fields talk? Think I'm becoming obsessed
    Because I'm just jealous that I'm not allowed to have hay in either of my under stair cupboards

    I think we've all become obsessed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    not listening...my home under stair cupboard is bursting with lovely hay and megazorb. Omi, why did you have to make it more enticing with fresh off the fields talk? Think I'm becoming obsessed

    Well don't worry JB. Hay can't be fresh off the fields as it has to be dried first

    So it's all sales talk and hype!

    (However, I am due to order some myself, so I am glad it's back )

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    I have made my first order of Timothy Hay from here!

    Quick question - how quickly is it normally delivered and how is it packaged? I work shifts that's all so am just a little concerned about if I'm not in

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bergmaus View Post
    I have made my first order of Timothy Hay from here!

    Quick question - how quickly is it normally delivered and how is it packaged? I work shifts that's all so am just a little concerned about if I'm not in
    It is usually next working day delivery. They arrive in a hessian sacks about 2'x3'x3'


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bergmaus View Post
    I have made my first order of Timothy Hay from here!

    Quick question - how quickly is it normally delivered and how is it packaged? I work shifts that's all so am just a little concerned about if I'm not in

    They could leave it outside for you

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    I didn't see any choice to leave a message for delivery driver.
    I'd ask them to leave it over my gate (hope it's not raining) as I'm working tonorrow

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    Ours gets put over the gate and stays dry even if its raining the Hessian sacks are fine

    Your buns are going to love it!

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