My doe *only* eats Small Pet Select's orchard medley hay, which I just found out is discontinued (The farmer they got this from retired, so it's not SPS's fault. They're hoping they can find a new supplier...) Does anyone lace in alfalfa to their grown rabbits' regular hay to keep them eating? My doe's naturally chubby (okay, she's fat), but she also has a history of molar spurs -- and keeping her snout buried in clover-laced hay resolved that issue. Now I need a new solution to keep her interested in hay. I adopted her at 3.5 years old, so I don't know her history, but she's never shown interest in plain timothy hay at all. She eats oats, but not oat hay (she'll just pick out the oats and leave the rest). The clover-laced orchard medley kept her super interested in the tasty clover, and she'd end up eating some of the hay in the meantime. I want to keep her weight under control as much as possble, but my primary concern is keeping her eating hay for dental health, even if she'll never be a rabbit bikini model. Any thoughts/suggestions?