Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: British Columbia
Sadly, I don't have much choice in hay source, what we feed, blahblahblah but I'll make a convincing argument about why this hay is no good. Frankly, the only reason my parents bought from this guy was because he delivered... Thanks for all the responses though!
I'll check the hay every day to see if it's gone bad, it's out of the weather, kept very dry, and I'm pretty sure it's not going to get above freezing for the next few weeks (ew.) but... if the hay doesn't go bad is it safe to feed to them? Will eating the supply we have now, provided there is no mold, hurt them?