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    Posted on 27 August 2016
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    Submitted to the Toronto Rabbits Facebook page:

    Baled hay, straw, shavings DELIVERED to your door for your bunnies, guinea pigs, chinchillas, etc!

    Fresh from our farm to you for your little critters!

    Check out our blog to read what our happy clients (humans and little critters!) are saying about our service and our hay, shavings and straw products at: http://can.truecoloursproducts.com/blogs/news

    Please see their Facebook post (7 Aug 2016) or the Baled Hay product page on their website for current pricing, product info, and delivery areas.

    True Colours Farm

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    Posted on 18 August 2015
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    Submitted by Gayle Taylor

    A great new retail source for rabbit hay, pellets, treats, toys and litter just opened this Spring in Scarborough … Harmony Pet Supplies just east of Scarborough General Hospital. Friendly helpful service with the emphasis on quality products that are good for our pets. This is the only place near me where I can buy JoJo’s Best Hays.

    Harmony Pet Supplies
    3255 Lawrence Ave E
    Facebook https://www.facebook.com/harmonypetsupplies

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    Posted on 4 March 2012
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    Submitted by Lily


    Other possible hay places in the GTA:

    Found Family Farm
    Both timothy and alfalfa hay are available
    Price: $5 per bale
    Courtice, ON
    Comment: Stan is the farmer here where you purchase hay from. A rabbit friend buys hay from him.

    Kemps Premium Meats
    There are two bale mixes you can purchase here: 50/50 timothy/alfalfa, or 80-90/20-10 timothy/alfalfa
    Price: $4.25 per bale
    4461 Edgerton Rd
    Blackstock, Ontario
    L0B 1B0
    Comment: I have been purchasing hay from Kevin Kemp since August 2011, which is approx. 7-8 bales. Very green timothy hay. Lovely organic farm with a few small apple trees right by their barn. Lots of horse farms nearby that you can visit as well (to the left, right, across the street). Small square bales measure approx. 3 ft. by 14inches by 12 inches. If you have a trailer wagon (and many rabbits/guinea pigs), he sells large bales as well.

    Hope this helps.

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    Posted on 2 March 2012
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    Local Hay!

    Local hay can be way less expensive than hay from the pet store. I found these through the RabbitsOnline.net “Canada East” board, and called around to confirm the info (but do keep in mind that supplies are always changing). Remember that alfalfa and other legume hays are high in protein and not recommended for most adult rabbits, except maybe as an occasional treat or in very limited amounts — speak with your vet to find out what’s right for your bun.

    215 Lake St, Peterborough
    Pick-up, and limited local shipping and delivery
    Bales $10, bags $8
    Bales are 80-90% timothy with some other grasses and alfalfa; bags have even less alfalfa as they’re hand-picked for quality from the bales

    Peel Seed Co-operative
    10064 Hurontario St, Brampton
    Pick-up and regional delivery
    Timothy-alfalfa hay mix, and rabbit pellets

    Merrybrook Farm
    9110 4th line, RR#5, Milton
    Timothy hay small bales (12-15″) $6

    Bourne Free Farms
    Located 40km south of Ottawa
    Grass hay mix (e.g. fescue, timothy, brome, orchard grass, reed canary grass, ryegrass, bluegrass)
    Available at BunFest (they’re a sponsor) and through the Rabbit Rescue store
    Also available at participating Bulk Barns:
    Read More →

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    Posted on 18 November 2010
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    Dunlea Farms promotional material; black and white rabbit eating out of a cardboard hay feeder with 'Tidy Feeder' textI just discovered a new local pet hay retailer: Dunlea Farms, located in Southern Ontario. They launched their pet hay line in June and their distribution has been growing ever since (you may have seen their table at Bunfest). Their website features a store locator – this morning’s search revealed five stores in Toronto proper and many more in the outlying areas (22 within a 50km range of downtown). They also list on their website the online stores that carry their products. Their pet line includes three products: alfalfa (for babies), timothy (for adults), and alfalfa-timothy mix. Their hay is packaged in nifty cardboard boxes that function as feeders and are safely edible!

    • Michael 6:20 pm on 12 February 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Hi There!

      We’re holding another clever critters photo contest, and we’d really appreciate if you can help spread the word.

      We’ve already got a bunch of great entries for people to view and vote on, and the more participants we have the more fun everyone can have!

      Dunlea Farms Pet Hay

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