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    How long can ReadiGrass be kept once itís opened? Iím presuming, as a dried product, it will last for months but just wanted to check - thanks.

    Iím just getting our rescue bun, Caramel, used to being indoors, rather than outside, and I like the idea of her having access to grass - albeit dried - 24/7. She has fresh Timothy Hay always available, and I feed her twice a day with greens (mostly forage and herbs) and pellets. And, yeah, okay, I pick a few dandelions every now and then to greet her with when I go say hello lol

    I canít believe how well she seems to be adjusting to life indoors, here she is just chilliní


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    I would assume it would last a few months, maybe give the company a call.

    She is so cute, yes looks like she's not enjoying indoor life!! It's good that she's indoors if she's on her own as bunnies love company. Doughnut follows me around everywhere, always under my feet but sweet though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natalie View Post
    How long can ReadiGrass be kept once it’s opened? I’m presuming, as a dried product, it will last for months but just wanted to check - thanks.

    I’m just getting our rescue bun, Caramel, used to being indoors, rather than outside, and I like the idea of her having access to grass - albeit dried - 24/7. She has fresh Timothy Hay always available, and I feed her twice a day with greens (mostly forage and herbs) and pellets. And, yeah, okay, I pick a few dandelions every now and then to greet her with when I go say hello lol

    I can’t believe how well she seems to be adjusting to life indoors, here she is just chillin’

    gorgeous relaxed girlie

    I've had a huge sack of readigrass that lasted a year once. It should be fine but as with all hay / other dry feed rely on your sight & sense of smell too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natalie View Post
    How long can ReadiGrass be kept once itís opened? Iím presuming, as a dried product, it will last for months but just wanted to check - thanks.

    Iím just getting our rescue bun, Caramel, used to being indoors, rather than outside, and I like the idea of her having access to grass - albeit dried - 24/7. She has fresh Timothy Hay always available, and I feed her twice a day with greens (mostly forage and herbs) and pellets. And, yeah, okay, I pick a few dandelions every now and then to greet her with when I go say hello lol

    I canít believe how well she seems to be adjusting to life indoors, here she is just chilliní


    Hi Natalie

    Lovely photo

    Readigrass, if kept dry, will keep up to a year xx

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    Awww, what a beautiful bunster

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    Thanks all, I'll give her another try with it. I bought it when she was still living outside and she didn't touch it, so fingers crossed she'll at least give it the time of day this time around and try a bit! Not that she's spoilt or fussy or anything

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    My 15kg bag has been open for 4 months now. Still very fresh but not sure I'll get through it in time... we still have about 12kg left

    I may make some cookies from it for the local rescues.

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    Oh my goodness that looks like a contented bun. The only issue I have with readigrass is the longer I have it it gets crushed and they won't eat it once it's powder so I end up throwing the end of the bag away. Lovely to hear from you and thanks for the great photo x

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    Thanks so much everyone for your replies, I've given her a bit and she's had a nibble, so I'll keep some available for her all the time and she can just nibble on it whenever she likes

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    Gorgeous pic

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