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Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Southern-ish Minnesota
Personally, I dont think it would terribly hurt them if its only temporary, but try not to feed them too much. Last summer, there was apparently some alfalfa mixed in with a bale of hay or 2 that I bought, but I didnt even know about it untill after it was all eaten! Smudge is still fine, so I dont think it will have a huge affect on your buns.
As for the expensive-ness, have you checked local farms? Thats where I get hay for all my babies. Its only $5 or so for a bale (that lasts me about 5 months), so its ALOT cheaper than those tiny bags. It might not be the most amazing quality in the world, but Smudge still loves it. Since its so cheap, I give him tons of extra to make a nest out of too, LOL!
Just make sure you get GRASS hay- alot of other stuff has alfalfa mixed in that they dont always tell you about.
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