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    hay-and-straw
    Nature's Own
    Wilkinson (not always very good)
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    Ings from hay and straw for the guinea pigs and timothy hay from timothy hay for rabbits and guinea pigs.

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    Thank you everyone! I'm going to check out the websites/companies mentioned and see if they seem like a cheaper/longer lasting option

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    Timothyhay.co.uk for me, and Cookie gets some from the town I work in for a bit of variety (either Timothy if they have it or the Meadow if it looks ok) but anything other than TimothyHay.co.uk really sets Lola's bad tummy off so she is only ever on that one.

    I didn't think to look on Amazon, I have a Prime trial for a few more days so will see what they have!

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    I am incredibly fortunate enough to work for a family pet wholesaler so I am extremely lucky enough to be able to get all my hay and bunny supplies direct from work. I usually buy Norfolk pastures and find it's perfectly good hay and my buns seem to like it.

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    Bales from Frosbury Farm in Guildford, Surrey

    http://www.frosburys.co.uk/



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    I get a bale from Speedgate horse suppliers and use that for litter trays which I change every evening, and I get Timothy hay from timothyhay.co.uk and they have that in their hay rack every morning so they get fresh hay twice a day. The baled hay I get is quite nice and they eat quite a bit of that at nighttime, I canít fill their hay rack up at night cos they make a right racket with it! Not helpful when they're in your bedroom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tulsi View Post
    Ings from hay and straw for the guinea pigs and timothy hay from timothy hay for rabbits and guinea pigs.
    Out of interest how come you use Ings for your piggies and not for your rabbits?
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