Ametza Premium Compressed Bermuda Hay Bale Horse Forage, 50-lb bale

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About This Item

  • Everyday feed that gives your hoofed friend an all-natural meal.
  • Features only Bermuda hay, which is a great source of vitamin A and calcium.
  • Contains lower protein levels than alfalfa hay.
  • Blister beetle free and has higher digestibility than coastal Bermuda hay.
  • Ideal for foundered horses, obese horses or those with a sensitivity to alfalfa.

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Top IngredientsBermduda HayAlfalfa Hay.Sun Cured Alfalfa and Bermuda, Cane Molasses, Limestone Ground...Sun Cured Bermuda, Cane Molasses, Limestone Ground...Wheat Straw.
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Food FlavorN/AN/AMolasses, Herbs & SpicesMolasses, Herbs & SpicesN/A
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FarmAnimalTypeN/AN/ACattle, Goat, SheepCattle, Goat, SheepN/A

Questions & Answers

7 Customer Questions

Would this hay be suitable for an adult guinea pig?
Answer by ChewyJan 24, 2020
This feed is Bermuda grass which can be fed to guinea pigs.

Is it good for goats?
Answer by ChewyJun 01, 2020
This hay is suitable for goats.

How does the giant Bermuda differ from coastal Bermuda hay for digestibility for horses? I have a 31 year old Thoroughbred mare, and she gets gas from the local grown coastal, even though I steam it.
Answer by ChewyJan 27, 2020
Giant Bermuda hay has a higher digestibility than coastal Bermuda hay. This feed is ideal for foundered horses, obese horses, or those with a sensitivity to alfalfa.

Could this hay be fed in moderation to rabbits?
Answer by ChewyDec 20, 2019
This feed is Bermuda grass which can be fed to rabbits.

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Rated 3.7727 out of 5 stars
22 Reviews
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22 Customer Reviews

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Billb on May 26, 2022

Don’t Waste your Money

Very very fine chopped and dusty and then some. Tried putting it in a hay feeder and it just all fell threw. The bale I received was nowhere near green or soft. It is yellow, brown, and hard on the ends. This is awful hay. I wasted money on this terrible hay. The dust was overwhelming to me and my fur babies. My goats were sneezing so badly and would not eat a bite of this dust in a bag. Unacceptable.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By BZOO on May 9, 2022
Top 100 Contributor

Great value, quality

Got this for bunnies and G.Piggies. Smells sweet, nice color, crew seems to like in their hay rotation. Excellent value. Only issue, if you're using this in the house, it is so compressed it is hard to get out of the bag while minimizing mess. But, hay is messy, so...

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Nickname on Dec 4, 2021

Good for guinea pigs

I tried this as an alternative to the Oxbow hay I've purchased for years and I'm very pleased with it. This hay has a much shorter and finer stem and is more guinea-pig sized imo. My girls love to burrow and nest in this hay and at the price I don't get upset at the amount that goes to waste. Some of the bales were a bit dry and the stems less pliant, but I haven't had any problems with hay poke because of it.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By The3UnsatisfiedPigs on Oct 31, 2021


I was excited at first because I needed a new product as my last was discontinued. The bag of this product that I received was just compressed grass so I had to end up spending at least double the amount to get the actual hay I needed from another source.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Forrest on Oct 28, 2021

So much cheaper

I was reluctant to try this after reading the reviews but I ended up doing it! So much cheaper than any other pet store hay (i use it to feed 4 guinea pigs and a rabbit) and it will last months.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By jenhawkins1981 on Mar 9, 2021

Inconsistent quality, either excellent or inedible. Quality control is lacking.

First off, let me begin by saying I bought these hay bales for our guinea pigs as it was more a more economical way to feed them than the bags of hay. The first couple of bales I bought of this hay were excellent. They were a beautiful green color, had a wonderful smell, easily broke off into flakes and with minimal dust. The best bale I received was molded all the way through, dried up, and very dusty. I was not able to feed it to our guinea pigs, and it ended up being used to soak up the mud in our chicken run. For the money, it is personally not worth it to me to buy again when the bales are going to be inconsistent like this.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Cory on Mar 28, 2021

This is Great Hay

Very green. Very soft. Just all around great addition to the types of hay I feed my pets.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Lucy on Dec 29, 2020

Good product

Delivery was timely. Product is as advertised. Since horses are fed hay now due to winter I felt they would like something greener and better quality. This compressed hay fit the bill. It is good quality.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By ChristinaW on Nov 22, 2020

Not very good quality and bag had been ripped and taped back up

The bag had been ripped and taped back together with packaging tape. The hay itself is extremely dry with a large amount of "dust" but is ok otherwise. My horse and donkey eat it but I wouldn't purchase again given the bag had been opened before delivery and the amount of "dust" and condition of the hay itself.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By amazing on Oct 28, 2020

People please read this.

HI! I ordered over 50 hay bales to keep supply since I have 4 percherons (massive 18+ hand drafts) 4 andalusians (around the 16 hand range) 4 mini donkeys (30 inch range) and 2 Lusitanos (16 hands) So I have quite the equine animals, please do this trick i ALWAYS do and recommend, soak your hay. It lowers the sugar content and ALL of the dust. ITS STILL LIKE NORMAL MUNCHY HAY, JUST WETTER WITH A LOWER SUGAR AND DUST CONTENT. its alot of work so to speed it up I hang all the hay nets at once (since I have a washroom indoors) and fill up 12 hay nets then drop them in buckets and let them soak for a good 5 minute, by that time all my horses are indoors and ready to go, then I hang them all up and get started with filling up there water buckets and make there food and clean there stall, since it'll be a little lighter then freshly taking it out of the water I carry it to there stalls and they all love it. Highly recommend!!!