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Kaytee Timothy Hay Plus is pesticide-free and aids in the natural digestive process of rabbits and small animals by providing required long strand fiber. Small animals love this tasty treat!
Kaytee Premium Timothy Hay is harvested from the high elevations of the Columbian River Basin - an environment with the perfect combination of dry days and cool nights.
Timothy hay is a natural product and as such is subject to the capricious whims of mother nature. It can range in color from green to a yellowish brown - but do not fret! Both colors are nutritionally sound. In fact, brown hay is slightly higher in fiber than green, but this is the only difference. Since sun, rain and other weather conditions affect the color of the hay crop, Pet Mountain cannot guarantee one color or the other.
Kaytee's experts, who have been farming since the 1920's, hand select hay from the second cutting to ensure the proper ratio of leaf to stem. Once selected, the hay is sheltered to protect it from the elements and ensure that the nutritional content is maintained. As a final step, the hay is special cut to increase the ease of feeding.
The high fiber from Timothy Hay, in conjunction with good feeding habits, may help prevent obesity. Lower in calcium, it may reduce the likelihood of urinary tract problems. Hay is absolutely essential for the good health of small pets. Encourage your pet's consumption of hay by finding creative ways to offer the hay, such as hiding in cardboard tubes to encourage foraging. Feed loose in the cage, in a bin or hopper. Make sure your pet has adequate fresh water at all times.
Ingredients: Natural sun-cured timothy hay, dried mangos.
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