Frequently Asked Questions?
Q. What is the difference between the various Oaten Hay options?
A. The small bags and regular oaten hay bales are from the same supplier. The compressed bales and 2kg hay bags are from the same supplier in South Australia. Hay from both suppliers are popular but more people seem to prefer the compressed hay because it's usually greener.
Oxbow Western Timothy Hay is the ideal long-strand fiber source for keeping your rabbits & guinea pigs digestive tracts functioning properly. Our most popular grass hay with high fiber, low protein and low calcium content. Widely recommended by vets.
A mix of Western Timothy and Orchard Grass hay in one bag. These two varieties are hand-selected, hand-sorted and blended together to create a deliciously irresistible combination. Feeding a variety of tastes and textures provides enrichment, prevents boredom, and promotes healthier eating tendencies at mealtime
Jack Rabbit, Ol Jack's Rabbit & Guinea Pig Pet Mix by Laucke Feeds is a complete food that requires no other supplementary feeding. This nutritionally balanced and palatable food contains lucerne and cereal chaff for healthy digestive activity and vitamin C which is an essential nutrient for guinea pigs.
New Convenient 10kg Size! Ol' Jacks Rabbit & Guinea Pig Micro Pellets by Laucke Mills is a palatable and nutritious food for a complete diet that requires no other supplementary feeding. It contains added vitamins and minerals, including essential vitamin C.
Vella rabbit pellets are a popular and high quality rabbit and guinea pig food. A well balanced diet, high in fibre to help assist gut health and high palatabilty. Supplement with timothy or oaten hay and greens.
Oaten hay is vet recommended as a great high fibre supplement for all rabbits. Helps maintain rabbit digestive health. Also suitable for guinea pigs or horses. SEE DISCLAIMER BEFORE ORDERING
Peters Timothy & Rye is grown in Australia from Canadian seed. Contains 70% Timothy Hay and 30% Rye Grass. Soft and Fragrant with abundant natural flavour, Timothy hay has become the first choice for small animals around the world due to its high fibre and low calcium content.