Peters Oaten Hay is an everyday oaten hay for Rabbits and Guinea Pigs
Comes in 1kg and 2kg bags for freshness
Feed unlimited all day everyday.
Hay is a primary part of a guinea pig and rabbits diet and should NOT be limited,
Feed in conjuction with a high quality pellet and veggies.
1 Bag of 2kg hay will last 2 guinea pigs or 2 small rabbit approx 5 days.
Guinea Pigs and Rabbits need access to hay all day to keep their teeth trim and ensure a healthy gut.
Rabbits and guinea pigs need fibre to keep their digestive systems healthy.
Oaten contains high levels of indigestible fibre which is ideal for rabbits and guinea pigs and should be fed daily in generous amounts. It provides essential roughage that aids digestion and reduces the risk of hairballs and other internal blockages.
Oaten hay also helps to satisfy the chewing urge and will help to keep your pet’s teeth trim.
We recommend providing a constant supply of hay in your pet’s enclosure for grazing.
Suitable for all breeds of adult rabbits and guinea pigs.
Min Crude Protein 9.5%
Min Crude Fibre 23.0%
Max Crude Fat 3%
Max Crude Salt (NaCl) 1%
Max Calcium 0.1%
Min Phosphorus 0.2%
Oaten Hay14 March 2019My guinea pigs love there hay , will be buying again
Good Quality13 March 2019I have found this hay better than any of the others, including the Burgess. It has a very soft texture & my piggies love it, just wish it came in bigger bags.
Oaten Hay28 February 2019My Guinea Pigs have tried many different hay brands, but they only like Peter's Oaten Hay. I have nine guinea pigs of various ages from a couple of months to 2 and half years and they all love this product. I don't know why, maybe because it smells nice and is thick and long stemmed and chewy , but it is the only one that they consistently enjoy.
good hay, but for backup22 February 2019very affordable hay, its a good backup hay, my guinea pigs do prefer the greener hay, but this is good backup!
The play hay3 February 2019My boys were delighted with the oaten hay. They began by eating it, then pulled it out of the rick and finally spread it out all over the floor of the bathroom. Finally I had to remove it as they figured out how to build a ramp against the barrier and were almost ready to break out.