Small animal nutrition: Timothy hay provides a balanced forage diet enhancing digestive, dental and mental health, for rabbits, tortoises, chinchillas and all of our favourite furry friends.
Crisp and sweet: Our mission at white rabbit is to bring premium long stem timothy hay to our urban pet customers across the uk.
Community driven: White Rabbit hay works with multi-generational family farms to select the finest timothy hay for urban pet use.
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All rabbits and rodents need a diet that is high in roughage to keep the intestinal tract moving along.
Adult rabbits, chinchillas and guinea pigs should be offered timothy or orchard grass hay, not alfalfa, on a free choice basis.
Crisp and juicy hay forage is vital for the nutritional, dental and mental health of all these little pets.
When deciding correct hay feeding amounts it is best to have a tiny bit left over when they have finished eating for the day.
It is very difficult to over feed with timothy hay. If in doubt, please consult your veterinarian.
Rabbits: Will eat 5% of their bodyweight in hay daily, making up 80% of their diet. An average pet bunny can weigh 3kg and will eat 4.5kg of hay per month.
Guinea pigs: Will also eat approximately 5% of their bodyweight in hay daily, comprising 85% of their diet.
Chinchillas: Eat approximately 5% of their bodyweight per day with 80% of that being forage/timothy hay. Again, a little trial and error for exact nutritional amounts for the individual pet and your economic health
Tortoise: Dry forage eaters could need timothy hay for 85% of their diet. A healthy diet is high in fibre and rich in calcium for strong bone and health development. A tortoise may eat between 3% and 5% of their bodyweight per day including greens, veg treats and tortoise pellets. Again, alter feed amounts to suit the time of year and individual requirement Our boxes make ideal hibernation huts and beds for tortoises.
Rodents need hay to stimulate/simulate foraging and nesting, this helps prevent obesity and is great for dental and mental health for all forage animals. Hamsters and rats will eat approximately 3% to 5% of their bodyweight daily, mice are more voracious and may eat up to 15% of their bodyweight per day! Care must be taken when feeding rodents as they can over-eat. If in doubt, ask your veterinarian.
A lightly worked recreation horse will eat approximately 1.8% of their bodyweight per day. High performance equines and breeding stock will need more, again timothy hay may make up 70 to 90% of their diet depending on how much hard feeding is fed.
Breeding and feeding cattle will eat a similar amount of forage/hay to performance and breeding horse stock.
We have no idea how much a Rhinoceros eats. A lot!