Harvest Stacks - Western Timothy with Chamomile

Oxbow Harvest Stacks use special compression technology to transform 100% all-natural, long-strand, hand-sorted Western Timothy hay into compact, convenient-to-feed portions which produce 80 percent less airborne dust than loose hay*. Feed Harvest Stacks as a primary hay source or supplement with loose hay to encourage enrichment. Harvest Stacks make a great feeding option when traveling or anytime storage space is limited.

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Ingredients

Timothy Grass Hay, Chamomile

Guaranteed Analysis

  • Crude Protein min 7.00%
  • Crude Fat min 1.50%
  • Crude Fiber max 32.00%
  • Moisture max 15.00%

Feeding Directions

Remove the desired number of portions from package. Pull on opposite sides of the portion until it loosens to form an S shape and place in your pet’s habitat. The unique shape and texture of Harvest Stacks encourage interaction between your pet and the hay.

If you are using Harvest Stacks as the sole source of hay for your pet, one package should last:

Size of Pet2 lbs.5 lbs.7 lbs.
Package18 Days7 Days5 Days

Your pet should eat hay every day. Provide free choice loose hay as necessary to ensure adequate hay consumption daily.

Oxbow Harvest Stacks use special compression technology to transform 100% all-natural, long-strand, hand-sorted Western Timothy hay into compact, convenient-to-feed portions which produce 80 percent less airborne dust than loose hay*. Feed Harvest Stacks as a primary hay source or supplement with loose hay to encourage enrichment. Harvest Stacks make a great feeding option when traveling or anytime storage space is limited.

HAY IS VITAL TO YOUR PET’S DIET
Hay should make up at least 75% of your pet’s diet, and should be available for them to eat and forage in at all times.

Small Animals that Eat Hay
Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Chinchillas, Tortoises, Prairie Dogs, Degus, and others

Small Animals that Nest and Play in Hay
Rats, Hamsters, Mice, Gerbils, Hedgehogs, Ferrets, and others

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  1. Deseray FordDecember 1, 2013
    Rating 5 out of 5
    My rabbits tried both the carrot and chamomile hay stacks they liked them both but preferred the chamomile, I gave them pieces as a supplement to there loose Timothy hay. They really enjoyed digging in it to loosen it up to eat some good product. Maybe some time you could try a mix of flowers that rabbits like and Timothy hay??
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