Think of Burgess Excel Long Stem Feeding Hay as new fragrant “Superfood” for rabbits, guinea pigs & chinchillas. Exclusively grown for feeding on Yorkshire farm in England, every step of harvesting process is designed to keep timothy hay as dry, fresh and green as possible. The crop is turned several times a day, machine dried & stored in dark, closed barns, with whole process from field to pack taking just 48 hours. It’s kept nice and fresh in 1kg resealable bag right down to last tasty stalk!
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Do you know that in order to keep your rabbit’s teeth and tummies healthy they need to eat their own body weight in hay every day? That’s a lot of grass and hay so it needs to be good! Bedding hay is good to sleep on but lacks the nutritional values of feeding hay.
Burgess Excel Long Stem Feeding Hay is imported Timothy Hay grown on a Yorkshire farm in England, cut at the right time and dried within 48 hours. It is high in fibre which aids digestion, whilst the long stems of hay satisfy both chewing for dental health and natural foraging giving rabbits the emotional enrichment they need. It also comes in a resealable bag so there’s less mess and it’s nice and fresh right down to the last tasty stalk!
Stimulates chewing, good for dental health
High in beneficial fibre, promotes digestive health
Dust extracted for respiratory health
Encourages foraging, providing emotional enrichment
Fresh fragrance, irresistible to rabbits, guinea pigs, degus and chinchillas
Why Burgess Hay is so good
There are three parts to a Burgess Hay plant, all of which provide the ideal feed for herbivores. Hay for feeding small pets should contain approximately 7% protein and 30% fibre. Varieties such as Burgess Hay are better quality than Teff and Eragrostis hays in South Africa because they have a high fibre content, are more palatable and great for chewing and maintaining healthy teeth. Teff and Eragrotis hay in South Africa on the other hand is a softer, finer, less fibrous type of hay.