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Rabbit Hole Hay

Rabbit Hole Hay - Alfafa Hay 24oz

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Rabbit Hole Hay - Alfafa Hay 24oz

Alfalfa Hay has a thicker stem and lots of elliptical leaves compared to the long thin leaves found on grass hays. The leaves run all along the thick and pliable stock. While it’s commonly referred to as Alfalfa Hay, it’s actually a legume (beanstalk). Full of protein and nutrients, it’s perfect for growing rabbits between the ages of 3 weeks and 7 months.

The 2020 Ultra Premium Alfalfa Hay we have in stock is currently a 8/10. We are actively working on creating our beloved Alfalfa Hay Report that gives you all the details on the look and feel of this year’s harvest! Once we've finished it, you'll see it populated right here.

Mature rabbits can only eat a limited amount of Alfalfa due to the high levels of protein and calcium. Transition your 7 month old rabbit off of Alfalfa Hay and onto a grass hay (such as Timothy or Orchard). In limited amounts, Alfalfa Hay still makes a great treat for adult rabbits, guinea pigs, and chinchillas.

Product Benefits:
- Fresh Hay - We hand-pack every box so you get fresh, green & fragrant hay with little to no dust.
- Perfect For Young Pets - promotes growth in young rabbits, guinea pigs & chinchillas
- The Right Amount Of Fiber - Promotes digestive & dental health
- High Protein - Promotes the growth of young rabbits, guinea pigs, and chinchillas
- 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed - We provide the finest hay with industry leading customer service.

Importance of Transitioning From Alfalfa Hay

Alfalfa Hay is perfect for:
- Rabbits younger than 7 months
- Guinea pigs younger than 6 months
- Chinchillas younger than 1 year
- Treats for adult rabbits, guinea pigs, and chinchillas

It’s crucial that you transition your small pet to a grass hay as soon as they are old enough, otherwise they’ll end up facing major health issues such as obesity, digestion and urinary tract issues, along with an increase risk of bladder stones.

Veterinarians recommend that in order to keep a healthy diet, adult rabbits and guinea pigs should have a diet consisting of 80% grass hay and adult chinchillas should have a diet consisting of 75% grass hay.