Next time is see Piglet is tommorow, fingers crossed his leg has gotten better.
I have googled tons looking for it but I cant find it on the web, to be honest im not to sure what company it was making them (I wish I had kept the packaging now) all I know is that it wasnt super pet. I have taken pictures of my hutch because people were interested to see it and I have one in my kitchen area so when I get the camera developed I will put it up. I think the only downside to the safety one is because the bars are all around and closer its harder to get hay out, but my pigs seem to be fine with it.
Hopefully I will get the camera developed sometime during next week, possibly wednesday.
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Just did a quick look at postage, the single size hay hammocks can fit in a flat rate international so postage for those anywhere in the world would be $13.00. It's 6-10 day delivery.
- Sewing for a Cause
2 full size hay hammocks or 4 single size can fit into the small flat rate boxes at the same flat rate envelope price.
Good thinking Pimpin, I do have up to 4 months advance ordering option to ;)
I wish I could remember the brand of them now, the pigs seem fine with it, its a little harder to get hay out but they manage fine with it, plus I put piles on the floor and in paper bags for them to play in :3 I might be getting a bigger hay rack soon though as this one seems a little small :3 I found a nice big silver one the other day so I may get that one and switch them over sometime.
I am doing a cage redesign and it might be a good time to switch to a hay hammock. or pile? Mine eat fabric so I am not sure if it would work.
I currently have a modified hay tower strapped to the side of the cube. They can't jump into it, and have access to the hay on the bottom which is open. It works like a gravity feeder for hay. Do you think there is any danger they will get caught in it?
http://www.guinealynx.info/forums/viewtopic.php?t=49211&post ... cage&start=0
on page 35 of the above thread I have a picture
I accidently posted my experience with these hay mangers on an old thread. But please read it to see what can happen before it does!