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    Baked homemade treats with hay?

    I have so many small hay scraps that I don't have a clue what to do with. I can't compost until the weather gets warmer and my bins thaw out . I don't want to collect it because bugs or animals might be attracted to it. Are there treats I can make from it? Better yet would be pressed cubes.

    Does anyone have experience with this or have suggestions for what I can do with it in the meantime? What do you do with yours if you don't throw it out?

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    Re: Baked homemade treats with hay?

    Quote Originally Posted by AllieD View Post
    I have so many small hay scraps that I don't have a clue what to do with. I can't compost until the weather gets warmer and my bins thaw out . I don't want to collect it because bugs or animals might be attracted to it. Are there treats I can make from it? Better yet would be pressed cubes.

    Does anyone have experience with this or have suggestions for what I can do with it in the meantime? What do you do with yours if you don't throw it out?
    Are they clean bits that weren't in the cage so no chance of them being pooped on or peed on at all? I would buy some jute sacks like this one and put the bitsies into the sack and hang it up or tie it closed and then let them play with it, gnaw on the jute and pull the hay pieces out. The jute is fully edible and it should give them something to do, to play with it ... Name:  Treats-CooldeSac.jpg
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