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Provide your small pet with a high-quality and nutritious hay with Field+Forest by Kaytee 1st Cut Timothy Hay. This premium hay is made from the first cut of the Timothy grass, ensuring it is packed with essential nutrients and fiber. It is hand-selected and harvested to maintain the best quality, taste, and aroma for your furry friend. The natural long fibers promote good dental health by encouraging chewing, which supports dental wear and prevents dental problems. The hay is an excellent addition to your small pet's diet and helps promote digestive health, making it a great choice for rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, and other small herbivores.
- High-Quality Hay: Made from the first cut of Timothy grass for optimal nutrition and fiber content.
- Hand-Selected: Ensures the best quality, taste, and aroma for your small pet to enjoy.
- Promotes Dental Health: The long fibers encourage chewing, supporting dental wear and preventing dental issues.
- Promotes Digestive Health: Provides essential fiber that aids in healthy digestion.
- Great for Herbivores: Suitable for rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, and other small herbivores.