I am considering getting some hatchling sulcatas from a friend, and have researched and read up on everything, and know that I can give it everything it needs well into adulthood (space, heat, burrows etc.), the only problem is the food source. I do have a small varenda that I can grow maybe a pot or two of grass in, but the bulk of the foods will have to be bought. I can't really find available weeds for sale, and I can only pick so much from the mountains etc. which I don't want to as I don't know what's been sprayed on them. I do know that timothy and orchard grass is great for them, and they are easily available to me. However, these are available in "Dry hay" form only, which I understand is ok. But an experienced tortoise keeper (albeit not sulcatas, but aldabras) told me that for younger tortoises, it is very hard to get them to eat dry hay. I don't know if this is true for sulcatas or not. Is it? If so, how do you train them to eat dry hay? Also, those timothy and orchard hay available in rabbit shops, if you soak them in water overnight or something, will they become softer and more palatable for the tortoises to eat and make the hatchlings/juvies more willing to eat them?