TRIXIE Natura Wall-Mounted Hay Rack Manger, Rabbit and Guinea Pig Feeder
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- Wall-mountable; screws included
- Made from powder-coated metal
- For hay, grass, or vegetables
- Not for wire cages; check out Trixie's hanging hay rack instead
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The perfect way to provide your small pet with a constant supply of fresh hay and grass! The Natura Hay manger is weatherproof and designed specifically to be screwed onto the Trixie Natura hutches (screws included), although it is suitable for use with any hutch. It can also be mounted on the wall indoors for free range rabbits. Keeping hay and other foods in the hay manger is beneficial to your pet's health as it protects it from urine or feces. 8.6" x 6.3" x 2.3" (22cm x 16cm x 6cm)
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 8.66 x 2.36 x 6.3 inches; 0.32 Ounces
- Item model number : FBA_6099
- Date First Available : July 17, 2012
- Manufacturer : Trixie
- ASIN : B000WFIB1I
Best Sellers Rank:
#136,897 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
- #224 in Small Animal Automatic Feeders
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This Trixie hay manger is much better! It hangs inside the cage, and I screwed the hay rack to a piece of plywood that extends to the floor inside the cage and connected that to another piece of plywood outside the cage. There's no more hay getting stuck between the bars and the base, there's much less hay falling on the floor, and the hay doesn't collect in the bottom. Yay!
By Heather. M on July 18, 2018