Bingaling was our very first bunny. She has since crossed the Rainbow Bridge (2008). But she is the one who started it all. It was her incredible personality that paved the way for 4 other bunnies to be adopted by us. She is sort of a "Bunny Ambassador". So we named our bunny endeavor in her honor. Read below to find out more about Bingaling...

Below (left) is a picture of our little girl, Bingaling. Bing came to live with us in April of 2002 when she was just a baby. Below (right) is her husbun, Piglet. Piglet came to live with us in 2003, and we estimated him to be 2 years old at that time. 

Click on their respective links to read about their stories.



(aka Bingaling, Bingy-bunny, Binglet)   (aka Pigily-wigily, Piggy, Mr. Lit)

This is pretty little Bing posing for the camera. Beside her is some of her carpeting handy work!

This is our elderbun Piglet. He is seen here in the living room soon after we rescued him and brought him home.



Crazy Tasty Hay - Wild Bunny Delight Analysis

Tuesday, July 24, 2012 

  Crazy Tasty Hay® - Wild Bunny Delght - Analysis

Crude protein (act)       17.6%

Crude fat (act)                 3.3%

Crude Fiber (act)            21.6%

Moisture (act)                   5.4%

* This analysis is representative of our Crazy Tasty Hay® - Wild Bunny Delight, and varies slightly each harvest



Alfafa Hay analysis

Tuesday, July 24, 2012 

Alfalfa Hay Analysis

Crude protein (act)       14.1%

Crude fat (act)                 1.4%

Crude Fiber (act)            36.8%

Moisture (act)                   5.4%

Calcium (act)                   0.74%  

* This analysis is representative of our alfalfa hay and varies slightly each harvest



Crazy Tasty Hay - TAO Hay Analysis

Thursday, July 5, 2012 

Crazy Tasty Hay® - TAO - Analysis

Crude protein (act)        7.4%

Crude fat (act)                 0.8%

Crude Fiber (act)            30.0%

Moisture (act)                   11.6%

Calcium (act)                   0.34%  

* This analysis is representative of our Crazy Tasty Hay® - TAO, and varies slightly each harvest



Be a Bunnybox Star!

Thursday, January 19, 2012   Would you like your bunny to be a featured bun on our news stories? Have you enjoyed Crazy Tasty Hay? If you'd like to be a featured bun on our site, send a photo of your bun enjoying our hay and we'll post you up with your story. We're working on a redesigned page to show off our bunny friends who have discovered the difference in bunny hay straight from the farm. We'd love to hear from you! Send email and photos to and you'll be up on our re-design. Thanks everyone!



Checkup day for us!

Scooter & Duke

Scooter & Duke

Monday, January 9, 2012   Tuesday, January 10th was our annual check-up with the rabbit specialist.

We are all feeling well and Piglet celebrated his 11th birthday. 

 Did you know that rabbits are considered "exotic" animals and that a rabbit specialist is needed to examine your house rabbit? A general veterinarian is not trained and should not be allowed to treat your pet rabbit. Check out the House Rabbit Society Rabbit Vets   page by clicking here to find a rabbit-savvy vet near you!



Crazy Tasty Hay Analysis*

Sunday, January 1, 2012 

 Crazy Tasty Hay® Analysis

Crude protein (act)       10.4%

Crude fat (act)                 3.1%

Crude Fiber (act)            22.8%

Moisture (act)                 14.9%

* This analysis is representative of our Crazy Tasty Hay® (Original), and varies slightly each harvest



Where's your hay?

Saturday, December 31, 2011   Thank you to everybun out there who has placed an order with Bingaling Bunnybox! If you placed an order with us this morning, we'd like to tell you where your hay is. Currently, it is in a bale on the farm. It is NOT bagged and ready to go. All of our hay is bagged to order and we do not keep bagged hay on store shelves. This is the only way we know of to ensure we send you truly farm-fresh Crazy Tasty hay. So when we receive an order, we pack the hay into bags and ship it to you. We hope you enjoy your farm fresh Crazy Tasty!



A Word About Our Boxes...

Monday, December 26, 2011        We have 2 box sizes - large, and extra large. If we ship a single, medium-sized bag of hay, there will be extra room in the box. But for all orders larger than a single bag, larger boxes are required. The reason why we do not ship using smaller boxes is that shipping is only the the first use of the box. Our boxes are made of corrugated, untreated and unpainted cardboard. So we all know what that means...

    The large size is perfect for bunny hidey boxes. It is suited for playtime cardboard bunstruction projects, or just napping . Even a larger bun will be happy with this box size. For orders of 2 large bags of hay or more, the box is even bigger. This box will make a great hideaway for even giant buns or a a group of medium-sized bunny buddies. Our large boxes measure (LxWxH) 12"x20"x12", and the extra large measure 20"x20"x12". We want you to enjoy the box too! We think it is a waste to send a box too small to play in!



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