EXCEL FEEDING HAY WITH CHAMOMILE
A sweet smelling Timothy Hay with Chamomile that’s high in Beneficial Fibre. Timothy Hay is an excellent source of good quality, long fibre. This delicious hay and calming Chamomile are grown and harvested together.
100% natural ingredients
High in Beneficial Fibre (63%)
High in Crude Fibre (35%)
Chamomile is known for its calming properties
A source of good quality, long fibre
Barn dried and dust extracted to prevent respiratory problems
Suitable for: Rabbits, Guinea Pigs and Chinchillas of all ages
Important for: Maintaining good dental health, preventing boredom through environmental enrichment and promoting positive foraging behaviours
Available sizes: 500g packs
Feeding guide: Feed your small animals a minimum of their body size in feeding hay every day as part of The Excel Feeding Plan
WHY IS BURGESS HAY 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 meadow hays because they have a high fibre content, are more palatable and great for chewing and maintaining healthy teeth.
Burgess Hay is known to be palatable for all herbivores, but the seed head is the tastiest part of the crop.
The leaf is a natural source of essential vitamins and minerals
The most important part of the hay, each stem is high in fibre, which helps aid in digestion and prevents obesity.
Remember that good quality hay and/or grass should make up the majority of your small animals diet and should be available at all times.
Rabbits and Guinea Pigs should also be fed a small amount of Excel Tasty Nuggets, A small Nature Snack and a small amount of leafy greens each day. Please talk to your vet for further information.
Beneficial Fibre 63% • Crude Protein 8% • Crude Oils & Fats 1.8% • Crude Fibre 33% • Crude Ash 8%.
Timothy Hay 98% • Chamomile 2%
Excel Chamomile Feeding Hay is a natural field-grown product produced in the countryside. As such although all possible precautions are taken it is possible for extraneous matter items from the field to find their way into the product without detection.