Timothy Meadow Hay
Timothy Meadow Hay
Timothy Meadow Hay
Timothy Meadow Hay
Timothy Meadow Hay
Timothy Meadow Hay
Timothy Meadow Hay
Timothy Meadow Hay
Timothy Meadow Hay
Western Timothy
Western Timothy
Timothy Meadow Hay

Timothy Meadow Hay

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  • Rabbits
  • Guinea Pigs
  • Chinchillas

Farm-fresh and full of goodness.  Oxbow’s all-natural Timothy Meadow Hay is a flavorful, enriching combination of premium grass hays – fresh from our family of farms.  All Oxbow hays are hand-selected and hand-sorted, ensuring that your pet receives the very best that Mother Nature has to offer.

Details
  • Enriching combination of tastes and textures
  • High fiber for optimum digestion
  • Hand-selected and hand-sorted
  • Provides variety that helps prevent picky eating
  • No artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives

Choose Fresh, Healthy Hay 

We partner with our family of farmers to grow the freshest, softest, most fragrant hay to meet the taste and texture preferences of even the pickiest rabbit, guinea pig, or chinchilla. Within our proprietary quality process we analyze, grade, nutritionally test, hand sort and hand pack every bag of Oxbow hay you purchase to ensure it is up to the challenge of nourishing your little loved one.  

Timothy Grass Hay, Meadow Grass Hay

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

Place large handfuls of grass hay in your pet’s habitat daily.  Mix different grass hays together to enrich your pet’s diet.  Try all tastes and textures to discover your pet’s favorites.

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