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    Default Timothy Hay Co

    If anyone's waiting for this, I've just noticed on their website that 2018 Timothy Hay should be available from 9 June
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    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    If anyone's waiting for this, I've just noticed on their website that 2018 Timothy Hay should be available from 9 June
    Oooo thanks yes I am - buns are eating just oat and ings now - no complaints tho

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    Wahooooo they all love the oat hay too

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    Wahooooo they all love the oat hay too

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    Thanks Omi - time for a trip to stock up - such good hay

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    I saw this last night; I've got the tab open waiting to press the buy button My lot ran out of the timothy hay about a week and a half ago and have been on the oat hay instead. Sadly although they absolutely love some of it, the majority of the straw-like bits get left. They're being right pains about it I've been buying other hays in pet shops to no avail. The stuck up lot are used to their 'premium' timothy hay and that's all there is to it. I get disgusted looks if I try to offer any kind of 'common' hay these days
    Quote Originally Posted by Griffski View Post
    Thanks Omi - time for a trip to stock up - such good hay
    You're so lucky to be able to collect it I go through about a bag a week and the delivery get's expensive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Griffski View Post
    Thanks Omi - time for a trip to stock up - such good hay


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    Quote Originally Posted by ~ILoveMyBunny~ View Post
    I saw this last night; I've got the tab open waiting to press the buy button My lot ran out of the timothy hay about a week and a half ago and have been on the oat hay instead. Sadly although they absolutely love some of it, the majority of the straw-like bits get left. They're being right pains about it I've been buying other hays in pet shops to no avail. The stuck up lot are used to their 'premium' timothy hay and that's all there is to it. I get disgusted looks if I try to offer any kind of 'common' hay these days

    You're so lucky to be able to collect it I go through about a bag a week and the delivery get's expensive!
    I am ... but it's only thanks to the forum I realised the farm was in the area - i paid for delivery before that and i feel your pain - am sure your bunnies appreciate it though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Griffski View Post
    I am ... but it's only thanks to the forum I realised the farm was in the area - i paid for delivery before that and i feel your pain - am sure your bunnies appreciate it though
    Oh believe me, they won't eat anything else. The spoilt things

    Good news - it's back in stock early I ordered a bag earlier on :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~ILoveMyBunny~ View Post
    Oh believe me, they won't eat anything else. The spoilt things

    Good news - it's back in stock early I ordered a bag earlier on :P
    I’m really interested in the quality of this hay, I don’t mind paying a little more for hay that I think the buns will enjoy more and possibly create less waste from. Sometimes I really struggle to find good quality hay that is actually green and fresh smelling. Would you mind taking some photos of the hay when it arrives?

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