Author Topic: mm-mm-mm

Re: mm-mm-mm
« Reply #100 on: August 21, 2021 »

Humbug

  • London's hard-boiled black'n'white sweetie
Re: mm-mm-mm
« Reply #101 on: September 01, 2021 »
Ah Chompsky, it is good ter see yer gettin stuck inter important stuff like this. I get fed rarver good hay, mostly, but I rarver envy the satisfaction ov sortin it out fer yerself.

I particulerly enjoy the aufentic sounds - wiv no distractin muzac. Don't get me wrong, I like a bit ov groove when I am in the mood, but food is food.



- https://acreelman.blogspot.com/2013/05/make-hay-while-sun-shines.html

Wot a MOOC is owever I really doon't knoo.

Re: mm-mm-mm
« Reply #102 on: September 19, 2021 »

Humbug

  • London's hard-boiled black'n'white sweetie
Re: mm-mm-mm
« Reply #103 on: November 08, 2021 »
A bit ov me-time!


Delivery
« Reply #104 on: November 10, 2021 »









Notes from the purchasing agent
"Rabbit Enrichment Specialists" = premium pricing: £15/4kg, as opposed to around £5/bale (weight: whatever a bale weighs). So much gets thrown out, we thought we'd give one of these places a try.

The early Christmas pressie looks better than the Haribo Wiggle throws in, but has been disallowed by his dietician.

New/Old. Hmmm.

So far it's got the same reject quantity, so not even close to worth it.


Oh, and nice to see you Humbug! Is that flower about to disappear?

Humbug

  • London's hard-boiled black'n'white sweetie
Re: mm-mm-mm
« Reply #105 on: November 14, 2021 »
Yep! The flowers is the best bits.

I av got a new order comin from www.boxofhay.co.uk. I am gettin the stalky timoffy hay, wot is nice, but they do meadow hay an all, wot I av never tried. It is £23 fer 7 kilos. Also it is not as cutesy-wutesy an it ain't got no beetroot.

Re: mm-mm-mm
« Reply #106 on: November 14, 2021 »
I wish we could let Chompsky romp in the garden, but the bunny plague is endemic in these parts, the birds would give him a heart attack, and foxes make regular appearances.

The only real positive of the new hay is it's shorter and he takes less out to scatter on the floor (to forage, presumably). Plus it does now look like he might be eating a bit more. Still not worth it. He has a sample box of timothy varieties on the way from another place - has grown up on meadow. May try your place as well.

He had his annual shot last week. As it happens, I'm currently in a vaccination centre parking lot waiting for Chomps's dietician to have her 3rd jab.

Re: mm-mm-mm
« Reply #107 on: November 14, 2021 »
I think I told you about the 10kg sack we got on ebay - a lot of timothy but quite mixed. It was cheaper at £20 and ok, not as good as 'box of hay'. I don't have the link on this computer tho. Will try and look it up.

Best wishes after the jab.

mm-mm-mm
« Reply #108 on: November 25, 2021 »