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Sable gives it a big thumbs up! I used a toilet roll and cut a few slits in it then passed willow twigs through and wrapped on some hay using sisal twine. This morning I noticed all the hay is gone except the bits trapped under twine and the willow is exposed for chewing. He was tossing it around quite a bit last night.
Thanks for the idea!