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Home Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Containers for hay

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    • tiff
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      Hi!

      I was wondering if anyone had any container recommendations for holding hay, I currently have 20lbs of hay chilling in my closet and it makes a huge mess to pull it out of the cardboard box it came in and was wanting to transfer it to a plastic container to reduce the amount of mess of pulling it out, does anyone have any recommendations for containers or storage ideas in general. I live in a small apartment with carpet and I’m trying to reduce the amount that gets stuck in my carpet, but I know it’s inevitable.


    • Wick
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      I use a grated plastic container that’s lined with an old bed skirt, so that air can still flow, but it’s pretty tightly covered all around. A lot of people use a large, tall plastic container with wheels that has a lid. I think it’s usually advertised to store a lot of dog food?


    • DanaNM
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      I use a big opaque rubbermaid tub. I just slide it over to the bun’s area to refill hay (I’m in a small apartment too!). It still makes a mess but is a lot better than the cardboard box situation that I used to have too.

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    • Louiethebunny
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      I just got my bunny 10 days ago, and the hay is a lot to handle! I bought a big twenty-five-pound box from my local co-op type place and I store the huge thing in my garage. I bought a nice big clear bin w/ lid from Target for about 8 bucks, and once a week I go to my garage and refill it with hay and bedding for my bun.

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