The Busy Bunny ®
The newly designed free-standing Hay Rack is a natural, edible
basket made of peeled willow. It has a flat base so that it can
stand on its own, but also can be attached to the side of a cage
using raffia or untreated twine by feeding the twine through the
willow slats. The basket measures approximately 9.5 Lx 5 W x
3.5 inches height in front with a 6.5 inch high back
HAY NOT INCLUDED
Willow Hay Rack
From Laura of Troy, Virginia on 9/14/2014.
I love the willow hay rack. Since it is a basket it prevents the messes that my other wire hay racks caused. It contains all of the hay, keeping the smaller pieces from falling through the bottom and spreading every where! It has the added bonus of being made from willow.
From New bunny lover of Taunton , Massachusetts on 5/8/2014.
I bought 2 of these, they are great quality mad almost. Too good to give a bunny! LOL... My calm bunny I use it for his treats, It's still intact and looks nice in his area. My crazy bunny is having a blast demolishing it, it's hysterical watching her try and tear it apart... It used to be used for extra hay, but now she just flings it around and rips it apart, we have had it for a few weeks, so if you have an active bunny I recommend this, or even for the inactive bunny. It's a great safe item to put in their area!
Hay rack is nice!
From kathy craig of mountain view, California on 2/27/2014.
This is a nicer alternative to the wire hay racks. You can tie it right on to the x-pen.
From Anonymous of LANSING, Michigan on 1/22/2014.
My bunny loves this. It's a basket and chew toy in one. My only complaint is that it's a little big for his crate. It's perfect for when he's out and about though
From Anonymous of Tampa, Florida on 12/19/2013.
Well, mine lasted a total of 2 days! My rabbits loved it, it kept them entertained for a while, but it bums me out that it's so cute and keeps hay neatly and they destroy it sooo fast :/ Oh well it makes them happy so I'll have to rebuy
From Doneta Moore of Fairfield, Iowa on 12/9/2013.
I got this in the mail a week ago and my rabbit has already eaten a quarter of it. He loves it! I stopped putting hay in it because that is not what he wants to do with it.
Bella eats it so fast...
From Diane Fillion of Middletown, Connecticut on 10/17/2012.
Our mini lop Bella loves to break this apart, eat it, throw it around. Before it does bite the dust it IS a great size to put her daily hay into it. Having the hay there keeps it a bit neater and cleaner rather than letting it be all over her floor. I wish it weren't as pricey as it is b/c I do need to purchase often!
Great hay box!
From Benjanobi of Bethlehem, Connecticut on 10/3/2012.
This hay box/basket is a great size and they can't pee in it! I keep it out in the LR for when they are out running around and need a snack. I hid a treat in the bottom at first to get them interested in it and now they always look for the treat too! I may get another one to hang on the pen wall so it is up out of the litter box.
From Anonymous of Waite Park, Minnesota on 9/27/2012.
My bunny loves this rack! He gnaws on it quite a lot, and enjoys tipping it over and digging through the goodies I put in there that fall out.
My Bunny Likes This!
From Wendy of Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin on 8/25/2012.
I bought one of these for a new rescued bunny. She loves this!
From bunnytowne of ihb, Florida on 8/17/2012.
Cotton loves it. HE just loves chewing baskets and willow baskets. He loved the willow wreath with the leaves on it too. There was no spot to put a review on the wreath. But those baskets oh my he goes right to it
From Anonymous of Toronto, Ontario on 8/1/2012.
I quite like this. It's nice because my bunny likes chewing on it at well. It's also a good size :)I hope it lasts though, cuz he likes to eat it!
Chew toy and hay rack
From Christina Collins of Medina, Ohio on 7/17/2012.
This one is a great for storing hay as well as for a chew toy (or a toy to throw when it is empty for ornery bunnies ;)).
Wish it were a little bigger
From Anonymous of San Jose, California on 6/24/2012.
It's just the right height to sit right next to a litter box, but too narrow for rabbits to sit in (mine have no apparent concerns about avoiding a poop-where-you-eat scenario). They can sit in the box and blissfully crane their head into the hay, or dig at it so it pull straight into the litter box (instead of all over the floor). I wish it were about the same length as the short end of a larger litter box, though--if you put this between the box and the way, there's some empty space where mess can accumulate. Plus storing extra hay for less frequent refills would be handy.
From Karen of Los Angeles, California on 6/11/2012.
I own 2 of these natural hay rack. I see it as having good effective purpose. What I see my bunny do is to put her front two paws on the front ledge of the rack for support and just dig in!
Just a nibble
From connie cileski of rochester, New York on 4/23/2012.
Sorry to say Peanut did not go for this like his other baskets...just took a couple of chews here and there and went back to his other baskets:(
From Anonymous of Seattle, Washington on 4/19/2012.
We like that this hay rack holds more hay than many other other options we've seen, and it helps keep the hay from scattering too much.
great hay basket
From esther cho of dallas, Texas on 4/15/2012.
it was nice but the hay pieces kept on falling out of the bottom of the basket
From Tricia Garrett of Milan, Indiana on 4/11/2012.
I like the size of the bin and the buns love it!
From Emily Pearson of Muncie, Indiana on 4/10/2012.
My bunny loves this hay rack! Not only does she love chewing on it, but she likes to push it abound her cage.
From BunnyMamma of Palos Hills, Illinois on 4/5/2012.
My buns love this. I just bought my second one. They like chewing on it and I like how much hay it holds - a decent size.
From Anonymous of Stillwater, Oklahoma on 10/2/2011.
My Flemish Giant loves this hay rack! It's nice becuase she can chew on it and i have no worries
From Tammy Hume of San Jose, California on 7/5/2011.
Perfect size for bunny's:0) Holds allot of hay. Very user friendly web sight.
From Anonymous of steamboat springs, Colorado on 6/28/2011.
My indoor bunny, Furly, makes quite enough mess on her own throwing hay around her cage and so it has been my mission to find a hay holder that doesn't leave a mess. She will eventually chew the basket apart but until then it is a great substitute for a hay rack. So it keeps hay in the basket (less waste), keeps the cage/surrounding area cleaner, and Furly enjoys destroying it.
I think they like this better than the hay
From 93065 of Simi Valley, California on 5/16/2011.
We bought 2 of these to put around their litter box 2 weeks ago, and one of them is already nearly destroyed! They seem to enjoy the basket as much as they like their hay. It looks like I will be buying more of these soon. It would be nice if there was a way to secure it to the cage so that the buns couldn't flip it over.
Pretty & Yummy
From skunklionshow of phila, Pennsylvania on 5/26/2010.
I bought this to have a pretty hay rack and learned that it was a tasty favorite for all my rabbits. The yumminess of the rack does affect my decorating desire.....but I am a bunny slave!
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