By feeding hay you will help to keep your rabbit’s digestive system working properly and their teeth in great shape – rabbits have to chew to keep their constantly growing teeth healthy and even.
If you are wondering how much hay a rabbit needs or how often you should feed your rabbit hay, the answer is to make sure that hay is always provided in unlimited amounts. As a guide, a rabbit will usually eat a ball of hay equivalent to his or her own body size (volume not weight!) per day.
Selective Timothy Hay comes from the first cut of the year, fresh from the fields. It’s harvested from carefully chosen Timothy grass that produces the largest, tastiest seed heads and is one of the best hays to feed rabbits.
As it tastes great, our Timothy hay helps encourage your rabbit or guinea pig to forage through the stems and leaves and have a good chew or even play. As that’s a way for them to express their natural behaviour, it also helps to keep them happy too.
Packed full of natural goodness, Selective Timothy Hay is high in fibre, containing around 25-30%. Hay also has a low energy density, meaning it is low in calories compared to its volume, so you can feed plenty and not worry about your pet putting on too much weight – in fact hay helps make sure that they stay in tip top health and body condition. Our Timothy hay is also naturally low in calcium so your rabbit can enjoy as much of it as they like.
Crude protein 6.0%, Crude fibre 34.0%, Crude oils and fats 1.5%, Crude ash 6.0%, Calcium 0.4%, Phosphorus 0.2%.