Young Oat Hay - 1st
CuttingSuper Compressed Mini Hay
1st Cutting (early Harvest)
Younger Oat is mostly green, however, right now it is more brown --
season factors can change this and make younger oat more
brown. It is not mature oat when it is brown. It was
cut earlier and flavor is same. Young Oat can change to a
more brown through the season before the next harvest.
Weather issues can also make Young Oat browner.
Young Oat is meant for bunnies a year and older.
The younger harder seed heads are more difficult for bunnies
under a year to digest.. 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 tract.. People who are allergic
to grass hays may find Oat a better alternative. Guaranteed
freshness and pesticide free! Minibales are perfect to mix
& match with our other hays. Easy to store until you're ready
Note: The photo of hay expanded is of Mature Oat for size
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
Granpa Chester Cavy Approves
From Hyunibee of HIGH POINT, North Carolina on 6/29/2015.
I thought the hay would be greener, but my guinea pig is munching on it so I'm happy.
From Anonymous of wheeling, West Virginia on 5/16/2015.
Amber bunny loves it! Momma loves that it comes in neat little bales.
From Shelly of St. Pete, Florida on 1/26/2015.
My bun loves this hay.If you have an Angora rabbit though be prepared for the oats to get stuck in their fur. He loves it too much for me to take it away though! Only disappointment was I was surprised how much it cost to ship. Although I had several other items in my order, it wasn't that large or . . .
Good size, ok quality
From Graham of San Luis Obispo, California on 12/29/2014.
Well it's winter so can't expect the best greenest batch, pigs are a bit less interested than in the greener, but less cost effective Oxbow bags. But they still like it. The mini bale is a really useful size for 2 guinea pigs to consume over a couple of weeks.
They like it
From Christina of Tampa, Florida on 5/31/2014.
It's by far a better quality hay than can be purchased in the pet stores and my bunnies seem to like it just fine
Great for when my bunny is molting
From Sharon of Vancouver, British Columbia on 4/12/2014.
This Oat Hay is a life saver for when my bunny is molting. My bunny would ingest a lot of his fur no matter how much we comb him and it clogs up his digestive system. To make matters worse, it causes him not to eat as much because hes uncomfortable and he becomes an extremely picky eater. But the Oat . . .
Tasty but difficult to eat for rabbits with teeth problems
From laurainthesky of Tucson, Arizona on 6/6/2013.
I ventured into oat hay because my rabbits became bored of timothy. There was a lot more golden than I expected; it was nearly half golden. My rabbit, Toasty, is missing his incisors but has intact molars. He has only slight difficulty with Timothy, but only eats it when he is really hungry and desperate. . . .
Mini Bale Oat Hay
From Janet of Shasta Lake, California on 1/30/2013.
This was bigger than expected because it was really packed tight. The bunnies just loved this nice hay and I give as an extra treat along with meadow grass or timothy hay. I will order again!!!
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