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I have recently switched my bedding to fleece and all is going well. My pigs love it.

So i was wondering if anyone knew any good sites to buy fleece furniture. I really want to get some cuddley houses but have no idea where to look.

Also I am determined to keep the fleece as hayless as possible. So i am also wondering what people use to like catch or hold the hay in. Like a litter tray? Or a lunch box? I want something that the pigs can access easily and enjoy but also contain the hay well.
 

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Etsy have a fantastic range of sellers that do fleece products too :D
 

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I have recently switched my bedding to fleece and all is going well. My pigs love it.

So i was wondering if anyone knew any good sites to buy fleece furniture. I really want to get some cuddley houses but have no idea where to look.

Also I am determined to keep the fleece as hayless as possible. So i am also wondering what people use to like catch or hold the hay in. Like a litter tray? Or a lunch box? I want something that the pigs can access easily and enjoy but also contain the hay well.
I use a hay rack made form C&C grids bent, with a litter tray underneath. This seems to catch most of the hay.
 

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That reminds me, you have to be careful with what hay rack you use, c&c grids are usually ok, but this hay rack please be wary of, it's the ones that fold up and sit on a hutch door, someone's piggy got tangled in it and died :(
 

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That reminds me, you have to be careful with what hay rack you use, c&c grids are usually ok, but this hay rack please be wary of, it's the ones that fold up and sit on a hutch door, someone's piggy got tangled in it and died :(
i have one of those and am too scared to use it since reading that a bit ago...
 

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i use a litter tray and they don't get hay everywhere... every now and then they will drag a bit over the cage but not a lot... i am going to make a hay bag too soon.. x
 

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I use litter trays with bedding and meadow hay in.Use c&c grids bent over and bent at the ends for Timothy hay over the litter trays.
 

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I don't knot what I'd do without my C&C made hay racks, mine go through a lot of hay and without their size I feared they would run out of hay before I got home from work!
 

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I don't knot what I'd do without my C&C made hay racks, mine go through a lot of hay and without their size I feared they would run out of hay before I got home from work!
I use c&c hay racks too, it gives a lot of reassurance none of that hay will go dirty and run out. :)
 
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