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Forum THE LOUNGE Homemade Hay Rack

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    • DustBunneh'sMama
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      Okay, so, in yet another attempt at getting my bun to eat his hay, I decided to make a homemade hay rack. That way, in case it didn’t get used I wouldn’t be out any money. On one of my other posts under the "Diet" section, someone suggested that if I get a hay rack it might be more entertaining for my bun, thus he would eat more.

      I took a wire coat hanger and cut off the top curly part. I straightened it out, then I bent it into a rudimentary spring shape of sorts, then bent u-shaped "hooks" onto the ends. I stuffed it with hay and hung it on the side of the cage on the inside. We shall see if he actually uses it. It’s up for debate at this point!  It doesn’t hold a lot of hay, but that’s fine for my guy since I don’t think he eats it anyway. Ha ha.

      I will try to take a pic later if anyone wants to see it, but I think I explained it pretty well so you guys can wing it if you want to make one!  Have fun….


    • Sarita
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      Very ingenous indeed.


    • MooBunnay
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      I hope it helps! Previously – Osprey mentioned that if you purchase the silverware holders from IKEA, they are a good “hay rack” and very inexpensive.


    • Lagomorpheus
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      That is really impressive. I never thought of using wire hangars to make things for the cage (will keep them in mind now). Good luck with the hay. My bun prefers green, very long pieces as opposed to brown or short-cut pieces.


    • Lisa_43
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      Great idea, I brought one yesterday and my rabbit is eating more hay.

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Forum THE LOUNGE Homemade Hay Rack