Quality Recommendation : RECOMMENDED

Please note: This product is packaged with wording that includes "Food", however , this is NOT the only food source your small pet needs. Hay is always a supplemental food source and must be accompanied by a regular, balanced small pet food that provides the for the nutritional needs of your cute little pet. So, yes, we can recommend this hay product as being a good source of fiber, please pair it with a high-quality commercial food.


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Manufacturer’s Product Description

Key Benefits

  • Alfalfa is a nutritious legume that provides protein, energy, and calcium for small animals.
  • Supports muscle and bone growth for young animals while maintaining digestive health.
  • Packed in breathable boxes to prevent sunlight exposure—plus, the cardboard box can be used as a hay feeder!
  • This yummy hay is ideal for guinea pigs, rabbits, chinchillas, and ferret under 7 months.
  • Highly palatable for animals and contains phytonutrients that promote a healthy appetite.

* Note: Most product descriptions come straight from the manufacturer. Our recommendations and scoring data are below.

Feeding Instructions

Best suited for guinea pigs younger than 6 months, baby rabbits younger than 7 months, and chinchillas younger than a year. Make sure that you transition your older pets to grass hay slowly after they turn 7 months. Although it can’t be the main food, you can feed this to the bigger animals as an occasional treat or supplement.

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