Oat Hay by Oxbow Hay Company
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Oat Hay By Oxbow Hay Company


Rating: 4.7

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(4.7 out of 5, based on 6 reviews)

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Rating: 5

Excellent alternative to timothy

posted 6 years ago

My guinea pigs love this hay. It smells fresh and must taste really good because they eat this hay faster than any of the others. I have never seen it sold in bags larger than the 15 oz. size, but I would buy it in the larger size if it was offered.

Pros: fresh and tasty

Cons: only sold in the 15 oz. bag

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Rating: 5

Oat hay is great for a treat!

posted 7 years ago

Oxbow's Oat Hay is great for a treat! Our rabbits will get a small handful of Oat Hay periodically and they love to eat the oat heads first! Oats are high in carbs, so this hay should be fed in moderation. There is no substitute for feeding your rabbit an unlimited supply of Timothy hay.

Pros: Great treat

Cons: Should be fed in moderation

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