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Oxbow Oat Hay

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Oxbow Oat Hay is harvested before the oat develops into a seed—the way small herbivores need it and like it! Oat Hay, like all grass hay, meets the nutritional needs of herbivores with high fiber and low protein. This appealing alternative contains savory husks full of both flavor and fiber, making it a favorite for many pets.

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$ 9.50

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$ 11.66

  • 15OZ

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Blend Oat Hay with other Oxbow grass hays to create a nutty-tasting and nutritious combination.

Ingredients

100% Oat Hay. Preservative and Additive Free. Loose Hay contains stems, leaves, and limited seed heads.

Guaranteed Analysis

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

Feeding Directions

Growing Animals: Unlimited amounts
Mature Animals: Unlimited amounts

Oat Hay can be fed free choice to rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, prairie dogs and other herbivores as an alternative to timothy, orchard grass, and organic meadow hay. Free-choice means that the feed is available at all times. If they finish what you give them, you need to give them more!

Not only should hay be used for nutritional purposes, but also for mental stimulation and the promotion of natural foraging behavior. Oat Hay is unique that it offers a high degree of foraging entertainment.

  • Fill an infant wading pool with oat hay and let the guinea pigs loose.
  • Rabbits like to eat hay in their litter box.
  • Fill a cardboard tube, basket or animal-safe toy with hay and place it in your pet's favorite spot.
  • Put a layer of hay on the bottom of the cage and hide food/treats in the hay for foraging.
  • Put hay everywhere: the hutch, the corner, behind the couch, etc.

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Oxbow Oat Hay

Oxbow Oat Hay

Oxbow Oat Hay is harvested before the oat develops into a seed—the way small herbivores need it and like it! Oat Hay, like all grass hay, meets the nutritional needs of herbivores with high fiber and low protein. This appealing alternative contains savory husks full of both flavor and fiber, making it a favorite for many pets.