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Topflite Meadow Hay 6kg


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Guinea Pig, Rabbit
Health and Wellbeing
Herbivores should have access to grass or hay all day, every day. Your herbivores should eat approximately a portion of hay equal to the size of its body each day. 75% of your herbivore’s diet should consist of good quality hay. Feed alongside a good quality pellet or nugget plus the occasional chew treat. Always have fresh water available. Store in a cool dry place. Avoid direct sunlight.

Made up of rich clover and nutritious grasses, our fragrant Meadow Hay is ideal for a wide range of animals, including rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas and other small pet feeding. This Meadow Hay is also carefully grown then moisture-tested for corrects levels before being packed. So when you purchase this NZ-grown hay you know you’ll be getting on the best in clean, high quality product.

1: Suitable for rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchilla and other small pets

2: Natural source of essential fibre that encourages natural foraging behaviour

3: 6kg Box provides great value with more then 300 Litres of expanded hay inside

4: Proudly New Zealand grown


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