Zupreem nature's timothy hay is essential in the daily diets of growing and adult rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, and other small animals. This low-protein, long-strand fiber hay is the most recommended hay for everyday feeding.
Made with natural, sun-cured timothy hay.
Tested and monitored for pesticides.
No artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives.
The amount offered will vary depending on the size of the pet.
Place in a feed hopper or bin, or feed loose on the bottom of the cage.
Increase the pet’s hay consumption by finding new and creative ways to offer the hay, such as hiding in animal-safe toys or cardboard tubes to encourage foraging. If hay becomes wet, remove and replace it. Provide plenty of fresh, clean water.
Ingredients: Sun-Cured, Timothy Hay.
They are not different products it is all the same Timothy grass hay. Grass hay is grass hay. They are not different products; it's all the same Timothy grass hay.
Good basic grass hay with high-quality nutrition, fresh nice smell, so attractive, sweet, etc., you cannot resist small plant-eaters. Oxbow Western Timothy Hay is the ideal long-strand fiber source for keeping small animal's digestive functioning properly. Our most popular grass hay with high fiber, low protein, and low calcium content is widely recommended by veterinarians. Oxbow Animal Health was the first pet food company to introduce timothy hay as a staple in the small animal diet.
Western Timothy grass hay with high-fiber, low-protein, and low-calcium content, helps keep the gastrointestinal area of rabbits and small plant-eaters functioning properly. Timothy hay is the most recommended hay by veterinarians for rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, and other plant-eaters.
Western Timothy hay help to prevent being very overweight, maintain a healthy urinary system and improve overall health. A high-fiber diet also lowers the incidence of soft stools, intestinal gas, and swelling. Timothy hay is the most recommended hay by veterinarians for rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, and other plant-eaters.
Place large handfuls of grass hay in your pet's habitat. Mix different grass hays to enrich your pet's diet. You can try all tastes and textures to discover your pet's favorites.