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Forum DIET & CARE New kinds of hay RE: New kinds of hay


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You could try orchard grass. Many rabbits prefer that since it is a bit sweeter. You could even sprinkle a tiny bit of alfalfa on top of his timothy. Alfalfa is very aromatic and the little bits would filter down into the timothy, making it more enticing. Alfalfa can be given to adult rabbits in small quantities as a once in a while treat. Try the orchard grass first, and if that doesn’t tempt him, try some alfalfa or any of the other hay that you can find. Some brands are going to smell fresher or stronger than others, so you might have to shop around and try various kinds and brands.