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Here it is again when I used it for Jersey and Rumball when she was still with us. I used to be able to put a big garbage bag around the whole base as neither chewed it. So that made clean up pretty easy. 

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Below is from when I did a DIY hay rack. I spent an entire afternoon rigging that up. Jersey spent 2 minutes pulling all the hay out. And she wasn’t even a hay eater! So basically, it was like a diggy box. 

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