Oat HaySuper Compressed Mini Hay
Golden Sweet Nutty Flavor bunnies
has solved the grain beetle issue! They freeze the stock for
a few days and this has successfully killed most of the bugs, while
keeping the high quality of the hay intact. We grabbed a few
bales and stored them in a box for 2 weeks, and checked every few
days for live beetles - Nothing! (The dead beetles are very hard to
find, but every once in a while I see tiny round black ball the
size of a pin head--very very small. They are harmless and
fine if consumed.) I then received the latest batch, and they
have been triple checked before we decided to sell it. We now
feel confident in the hay and are ready to offer it
note: Since this is a natural product and it is pesticide
free product, freezing is the method of choice but there is a
possibility for a few grain beetles to survive the process.
They are harmelss to your bunny, but if you spot one, you can
freeze each bale for three days. You can also request a
return if you prefer. We are just offering the options as the hay
itself is excellent quality and many have asked how to just rid any
extras if they spot any survivors so they can keep the hay.
Golden color: Very little green if any. Mature
Oat's high fiber and sweeter taste is a favorite with bunnies. A
great companion hay to mix in with others. Perfect for rabbits that
snub their noses up at all other hays, or just a perfect way to mix
in a little variety.
Ever since I started giving this to my bunny
Bailey, her sensitive digestive system has improved. She eats
more hay than ever! This is great for bunnies going through a
molt. Encouraging them to eat hay will help them keep the
hair moving through their digestive
People who are allergic to grass hays may find Oat a better
Minibales are perfect to mix & match with our
other hays. Easy to store until you're ready to
About all of the super compressed
mini bales we sell: Hays are brought directly from the field to
our supplier’s sealed air conditioned facilities to assure its
freshness and to assure it isn't exposed to rodents or birds as
barn stored hay can be. Guaranteed freshness, dye free and
Don't be fooled
by other mini-bales now being sold at pet stores. Compare the hay
quality and the weights of these mini-bales against the ones in the
store. These mini-bales pack in more the
New all-time favorite
From Barb P of Santa Barbara, California on 11/25/2013.
The Mini Hay Bale of mature oat hay only took a day or two to become a new, all-time favorite. She binks and tries to trip my feet when she knows her fresh hay pan with it sprinkled generously on top will be put down for her.
From Lisa of Los Angeles, California on 11/3/2013.
My bunnies prefer this mature hay which is sweeter than greener hay.
Gets him to eat more hay
From Anonymous of WH, New Jersey on 8/8/2013.
I have a tough time getting my bunny to eat enough hay, but I mixed this in with his timothy and now he eats it all day long.
A big hit!
From Anonymous of Los Angeles, California on 7/21/2013.
All 3 of our buns love this hay. The go right to it when it's offered. I like it too because it's clear of debris.
Not for rabbits with teeth problems
From laurainthesky of Tucson, Arizona on 6/29/2013.
My rabbit Toasty is missing his incisors. He has only slight difficulty with timothy. He has significant difficulty with young oat (but seems to think it is worth the effort). He is unable to eat most of mature oat. At first Alice preferred young oat, until she discovered the delicious mature oat . . .
A lot of green and stiff like twigs
From laurainthesky of Tucson, Arizona on 6/6/2013.
The hay was about half green which I did not expect. It looked exactly like the young oat except that it was more stiff. My rabbit, Toasty, is missing his incisors but has intact molars. He has only slight trouble with Timothy, but he is unable to eat this hay due to stiffness and toughness. It was . . .
Better than the rest!
From HotGinRun of Fullerton, California on 2/10/2013.
I purchased this hay because I'm allergic to Timothy and my bunny Bean totally snubbed the oat hay I purchased from a local feed store. In a side by side comparison, Bean prefers this hay over all others. The bale comes in a paper bag and is well packed. Would purchase again if it wasn't out of stock. . . .
From Anonymous of Los Angeles, California on 1/16/2013.
Our bunny has been eating Oxbow hay but I'm finding the bale less messy to deal with in her feeder and she is gobbling it up so everyone is happy.
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