Mini Hay Bales – Foraging Fun for Your Bun

The home of the Mini Hay Bale is the USA where it was originally used as a humble table decoration for weddings and other social gatherings.

Here at just4rabbits, we have taken this once humble table decoration and turned into a healthy and enriching treat for your rabbit.

Browse our selection of Baby Bales and Chop Brix below:


Baby Bales

Chop Brix

Mini Hay Bales - The Fun and Healthy Way to Keep Your Rabbit Active

  • Bursting With Nutrients
  • High In Fibre
  • Rich in vitamin D
  • Dust Extracted
  • Beautiful Fresh Fragrance
  • Tied using natural sisal (biodegradable)
  • Packed in brown Kraft paper bag (easily recyclable)

More Than Just a Tasty Treat - How Baby Bales Enrich Your Rabbit's Life

Our Baby Bales encourage the natural foraging instinct of your rabbit whilst they dig, tug and nibble at the hay to find the tasty botanicals blended within the hay. Foraging provides enrichment, helps to relieve boredom whilst providing a tasty, healthy treat.

Made with Only Premium Quality Hay & Botanicals

We use only the finest, top-quality hay and blend it with botanical forage to create a Foraging Fun Baby Bale. The Foraging Fun Baby Bale is finally topped with further botanicals to create a bale weighing a minimum of 1.1kg.

See What Other Bunny Parents Are Saying About Our Baby Bales

“My rabbits love the baby bales! It’s such a good idea and with the stand it keeps most of the hay off of the floor to reduce waste!” – Lucy ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

“Hay Bales what a great idea 👍

I’ve got the Bale Holder too which makes it even better.

My Bunnie’s chomp away it from the sides and hop on top too 😁👍” – Julie ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Got Questions? We've Got All the Answers on Our Mini Hay Bales

Q. How much does the Baby Bale weigh?

A. Each bale weighs a minimum of 1.1kg.

Q. What is the size of the Baby bale?

A. The size of our baby bales is as follows: length: 36cm, width: 19cm, height: 16cm

Q. Are the mini hay bale ties safe for my bunny?

A. Sisal is rabbit-safe, but we recommend removing the sisal once your rabbit has chewed through it.