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- 1st Cutting Timothy Hay is an Excellent Source of Fiber
- This Cutting Tends to be High in Stem, Low in Leaf
- 1st Cutting Timothy Hay Refers to the First Harvest of Hay from a Timothy Grass Field, Typically Occurring in Late Spring or Early Summer.
- Excellent Choice For Promoting Healthy Digestion in Small Animals
- Farm Fresh Hay
- Low Dust
- Extra Fresh & Green
We recommend this product for:
Our 1st cutting Timothy hay is perfect for rabbits, guinea pigs, and chinchillas.
Are you trying to determine the most suitable hay for your furry companion? Look no further than 1st cutting Timothy Hay, which is incredibly rich in fiber compared to other cuts. Unlike the later cuts, it is less calorie-dense but contains more delightful flowery heads that small animals simply adore. This hay variety is slightly less soft than 2nd and 3rd cutting and is specifically recommended for animals with chronic GI/digestive tract issues, those needing dental wear, or those aiming to shed a few pounds.
Don't worry if 1st cutting Timothy Hay appears lighter green with some yellow or brown tones; this is a natural outcome as the grass matures and grows taller, and it poses no harm to your pet. Remember, hay is a natural product.
At Small Pet Select, we are hay experts through and through. With longstanding relationships with numerous hay farmers in Washington State and over 30 years of connections, we bring you the finest hay available.
Want to learn more about the different types of hay? Check out our Timothy Hay Beginners Guide to learn everything you need to know!
- Crude Protein (min) 6.99%
- Crude Fat (min) 1.25%
- Crude Fiber (max) 36.64%
- Moisture (max) 9.11%
100% Premium 1st Cutting Timothy Hay
Ensure that 80% of your friend's dietary intake consists of excellent hay. Small animals rely on a continuous fiber supply to maintain their well-being, so it's crucial never to let it deplete. To enhance the hay's aroma and make it even more appealing, provide a fresh replenishment at least once daily.
Storage and Expiration Info:
12oz (340g) 2lb (.91kg)
5lb(2.26kg) 10lb (4.53kg)
20lb (9.07kg) 40lb (18.14kg)