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Got a pair of Jill's a few weeks ago,and the daughter took them over,and she has made them quiet and tame like a cat lol...but this week she bought these new pellets as a replacement for the sawdust I am acostomed to all my ferret hunting life...they seem to absorb the odour of the toilet area and are a whole lot less messy than the sawdust,anyone have experience with it

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Aye they been out a few years, I get shavings an sawdust free an by the skip load if needed so I still use that 😁 an mine is fresh as ye get an got a lovely pine smell 😂

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13 minutes ago, fred90 said:

I don't think you can beat good quality shavings. 

Oh yes you could lol

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2 hours ago, king said:

Never seen that before jigsaw

See how you get on with it..

I think it's a great job,no sawdust/shavings on the floor,no smells,winner winner chicken dinner lol

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36 minutes ago, jigsaw said:

I think it's a great job,no sawdust/shavings on the floor,no smells,winner winner chicken dinner lol

don't be shy tell us how much 

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I have used this type of pellet in the ferret litter pans for more than 20 years now.  I prefer the hardwood pellets over the pine pellets as they don't break down as fast.  They definitely keep down the urine odor and keep the cage cleaner than anything else I've used.    

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Do many use cat litter? I still on shavings but big bale lasts well for £12 but if anything better got to be for the best 

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21 minutes ago, fred90 said:

don't be shy tell us how much 

25 euros for the bag,and it will last week's I reckon

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5 minutes ago, W. Katchum said:

Fcuking rich you😁

he must live somewhere upmarket. we are still bartering with carrots and a turnip here. 

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On 01/09/2019 at 12:08, jigsaw said:

25 euros for the bag,and it will last week's I reckon

I pay about $6 (don't know what that would be in pounds) for a 40 lb bag of wood stove pellets (the hard wood type) and about the same for the 40 lb bag of pine pellets which are marketed for horse stall bedding.  Living in Texas, I can only get the wood stove pellets in late fall and early winter so I stock up when they're available.

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5 hours ago, ferret lady said:

I pay about $6 (don't know what that would be in pounds) for a 40 lb bag of wood stove pellets (the hard wood type) and about the same for the 40 lb bag of pine pellets which are marketed for horse stall bedding.  Living in Texas, I can only get the wood stove pellets in late fall and early winter so I stock up when they're available.

do you work them critters FL?

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