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    I'm going to have to buy some more hay for Tui, as she has come to the end of the type of home-grown hay, that is acceptable to her and I saw these pellets on the Haybox site.

    https://haybox.club/collections/pell...rabbit-pellets

    Has anyone tried them and are they popular with your rabbits? She normally has a few SS pellets and really loves them, so I'm nervous that she'd be upset with these, but they do seem to be preferable ingredients-wise.

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    Mine will not touch them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    Mine will not touch them

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    Yeah, I feared that might be the case

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    I'm also looking for some grass-only pellets (or at least no alfalfa), if anyone has any recommendations. I may try these anyway as they look OK for the rabbit I need them for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shimmer View Post
    I'm also looking for some grass-only pellets (or at least no alfalfa), if anyone has any recommendations. I may try these anyway as they look OK for the rabbit I need them for.
    dollyanna IIRC posted some grass pellets for horses somewhere here.
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    https://emeraldgreenfeeds.co.uk/products/

    These do pellets and chop and will send you free samples to try if anyone is interested, they have info on the site

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    Mine didn't enjoy the haybox pellets at all

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    I've tried Galens Garden grass pellets previously and neither Tui, nor Tethra, would eat them. So I wouldn't be very optimistic that she would eat a pellet just made of grass. The Haybox ones, although much more expensive seem to have a variety of wildplants in them, which would obviously add to the flavour.

    What's chop? Is it like Readigrass?

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    Mine didn't enjoy the haybox pellets at all
    Hm, it's not looking good for them. Probably better to stick with SS. She does like them a lot

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