Only available for UK delivery.
Suitable for Guinea Pigs, Rabbits, Degus and Chinchillas
Little One Mountain hay with camomile is a naturally grown sundried grass. This hay with camomile has a rich botanical diversity; it provides essential fibre necessary for dental health and proper digestion. The additional camomile in this hay means it’s not just even tastier, it has extra health benefits too. Camomile reduces flatulence and normalises the functioning of the gastrointestinal tract. It also has a mild anti-inflammatory effect. Your small animals will certainly thank you for getting them this delicious hay! As we all know, hay makes up a major part of the dietary requirements for all herbivorous pets (guinea pigs, rabbits, chinchillas, degus). It is vital to provide your small animals with unlimited access to hay. Don’t forget, that hay can serve as perfect bedding and entertainment, as your small furries can burrow and forage in it as well as creating a cosy den to relax in.
Naturally grown sundried grass.
Rich botanical diversity providing essential fiber necessary for dental health and proper digestion.
Enriched with extra camomile. Camomile reduces flatulence and normalizes the functioning of the gastrointestinal tract.
For piggies, hay is a super food, so give them as much as they can eat. We find that adding additional fresh feeding hay to their dens 3-4 times a day keeps them stimulated and encourages them to forage for it more.
In general, your piggies will only remain interested in feeding hay while it is fresh. We suggest replacing the hay in your hopper or rack daily if they have not finished it all.
Store in a dry cool place.
Our Wheek Wagon™ - Hay Hopper is the perfect way to present your piggies with fresh and clean feeding hay. Not only does it keep the hay off the ground, but it also allows for multiple piggies to feed at once, which is great for their social well-being.
Mountain hay, camomile flowers (5%). Analytical constituents: crude protein – 10.6%; crude oils and fats – 2.1%; crude fibre – 29.2%; crude ash – 8.3%.