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    Quote Originally Posted by loobers25 View Post
    When do we get stalks?

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    Website says late June

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    Only by smell
    Oh, yes I always have to sniff the hay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    Only by smell
    No, you've said it now, you've got to try it

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~ILoveMyBunny~ View Post
    No, you've said it now, you've got to try it
    Well it's arrived And it smells good, is certainly a deep green colour and.......it tastes good to me It's not stalky, but it's not overly soft either.

    My two have been stuffing themselves with Oat hay and forage for hours and have just settled down for a sleep. However, I've given them a handful to try and will see what happens.
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    I have a strange image in my head of you nibbling to test hay........

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    Quote Originally Posted by JuliaW View Post
    I have a strange image in my head of you nibbling to test hay........

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    Perhaps I should clarify It was one strand, taken fresh out of the new sack. I've eaten blades of grass before, but I was quite surprised at how much chewing it took to actually achieve a product I felt able to swallow. Rabbits' teeth must be much more efficient than mine and little wonder the action wears their teeth down
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    I bought the oat hay for Sonic to keep his teeth good until the new batch of Timothy was available... needless to say, we're having a battle of wills here now It's taking all my might to not increase his pellets because he's not eating as much hay!! He likes it, I know he does, but he doesn't like change...

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    Got our oat hay just waiting on the timothy

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    Well they've had the new hay for 24 hours now and it's going down very well. It's not stalky, but it's quite rough unlike say meadow hay. Best thing about it is its smell. It's wonderful and the shed smells of it now The rabbits are certainly enjoying it and are eating it by the mouthful, not selectively picking choice bits out.
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    Thanks everyone for the pictures and recommendations.

    I think I’ll go ahead and get a bag of the leafy green hay and buy another bag of the stalky stuff when that’s ready too
    Now just to find a space to store 2 huge bags of hay and well as food and Fitch bedding I need an extension

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