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Post by BugsBunny on Mon Jul 08, 2013 4:53 pm

Who uses these and is the hay good quality and how much do you get in a box?

Has anybody tried the French hay? if so what does it look like and does it smell nommy too? have you had a good delivery experience etc?
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Post by Amelia66 on Mon Jul 08, 2013 9:32 pm

i have tried their french hay and while the bunnies loved it and it smelled amazing i do feel its not worth the cost as you get twice the amount for less at hay for pets.
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Post by KatieB on Mon Jul 08, 2013 9:35 pm

We use them - you get quite a lot in a box as its quite compressed - it smells really nice too. :-)


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Post by BugsBunny on Mon Jul 08, 2013 10:03 pm

I may give a box a go and the hay for pets I would buy from but I am just going to buy a Kilo here and there from Spraky's Humum and Hudad as he does not go for it a lot but likes a bit, he has to be in the mood for it, he loves his Oxbow, eats tons of it, was just wondering about the dust free to maybe get him a box of something to put a bit in to mix it up now and again or a bit every day with his main hay. I just wanted to check it is good, green etc and that you got a decent enough amount. I just wish they would do samples to check but I have not decided on wether I will bother yet or not. Just nice to check and see and then give him some variety now and again. He is fussy is King Dougal, it has to be green and stalky mostly.
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