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    Looks great

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    thanks everybun - if only I had you lot to feed instead, I bet it'd be a lot easier (though maybe less tranquil & far too peopley

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    thanks everybun - if only I had you lot to feed instead, I bet it'd be a lot easier (though maybe less tranquil & far too peopley
    I could bring the goats too. They would definitely eat it. And everything else

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    I would definitely choose the wrong hay for mine, whenever I get some hay I think looks really good the bunnies are like meh, wheres the old brown timothy hay from 2018 ?

    Mine had me running to buy more because I cannot resist them running to the box of perfectly good,says me,hay and then begging. On the way home from paying a crazy amount for hay, I saw a beautiful pile of freshly mowed hay left from highway crew mowing near busy intersection. It was probably contaminated by car exhaust from all the traffic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    It does look lovely. Based on our experience here though, I think you're probably right that the bunnies might not be enthusiastic. It might have something to do with the fact that they seem to prefer short cut pieces of grass, rather than long strands with seedheads. But that doesn't explain their reaction to commercially produced hay with long strands and seedheads. I don't know
    Indeed, mine sometimes go for the seedheads first!

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    I could bring the goats too. They would definitely eat it. And everything else
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    call off the people (jury is still ou on having goat guests, Boo says they are fun, Joey says they are greedy.
    Mousey only has the home dried hay in her tray so it was nice to see her truffling & trying on hay jewellery (all my rabbits have done this)

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    & she was still wearing it when she emerged

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    she is so special...

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    Boo and Joey are both right, the goats are fun and greedy those are lovely photos, I love Mouse in her hay tiara

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    They will probably eat it if you store it til next year
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    It looks really yummy, glad Mousie is enjoying eating and wearing it
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    Lovely Mousey pics

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