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Forum DIET & CARE Hay bales

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    • Cinnimon&Ollie
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      I am looking for places to get orchard grass hay bales, not online I want to see the hay to make sure it’s good. My bunny is a princess and only eats the best. I have been looking around but only found Timothy hay which my mom and sister are allergic  to, or alfalfa which my bunnies are to old for. I live in the Chicago land area.


    • LBJ10
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      Have you looked for advertisements for horse-quality hay? If you have a farm or feed store nearby, sometimes you can ask the people who work there if they know anyone selling?


    • Cinnimon&Ollie
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      I have I look at this owl store farm near me (they sell hay bales but only Timothy) I looked at tractor supply but they only have alfalfa mixed with orchard, timothy, or alfalfa. I also looked at another one ( can’t think of the name right now) which didn’t have any orchard hay bales. I don’t have any farm or feed stores otherwise then those.


    • LBJ10
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      I was just thinking perhaps the people working at one of these stores would know of someone (private individual) selling hay. Sometimes they will have a phone number to give out.


    • DanaNM
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      If there is a rescue in your area they may have a good source (and may also sell hay themselves, many rescues do).

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    • BZOO
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      Well, I know you said not online, but if that’s all you can get….

      Standlee Orchard grass is flipping awesome!!!  It’s the only hay my piggies will eat.

       

       

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Forum DIET & CARE Hay bales