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

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Give your hoofed friend an all-natural meal with Ametza Premium Compressed Bermuda Hay Bale Horse Forage. This Bermuda hay is a great source of vitamin A and calcium, with lower protein levels than alfalfa hay. It is blister beetle free and has higher digestibility than coastal Bermuda hay. This feed is ideal for foundered horses, obese horses or those with a sensitivity to alfalfa. It also comes with a reusable bag for eco-friendly pet parents. Consider Ametza Compressed Bermuda Horse Feed as a convenient and quality option for your furry friend.

Key Benefits
  • 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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  • Item Number
    204128
  • Weight
    50.0 pounds
  • Food Form
    Hay
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Bermduda Hay

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 8% min
Crude Fat 1.5% min
Crude Fiber 39% max
Feeding Instructions

Feed a flake of hay twice a day. We recommend you weigh the flake to maintain consistency. Also have fresh water available for your animals.

Transition Instructions

Introduce new feed gradually over a 7 day time span

Rating: 3.8 of 5 stars 17 Reviews 17 Reviews 3.9 out of 5 Stars

76% Recommend

76% of reviewersrecommend this product

Rating: 3.8 of 5 stars 3.9 / 5

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

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

    By jenhawkins1981 on Mar 9, 2021

    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.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    This is Great Hay

    By Cory on Mar 28, 2021

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

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    People please read this.

    By amazing on Oct 28, 2020

    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 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!!! … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Good product

    By Lucy on Dec 29, 2020

    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.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

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

    By ChristinaW on Nov 22, 2020

    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.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Don’t Waste your money

    By Amber on Apr 18, 2021

    Unless you have no other choice I wouldn’t recommend.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Works for guinea pigs, too.

    By Anne on Nov 3, 2020

    I switched my herd to this from Oxbow, trying to make my budget work during COVID. The piggies still prefer Oxbow, when I mix a little in as a treat, but they are plenty happy to eat this, too.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great for a chubby pony

    By 0000 on Oct 27, 2020

    I got this to try for my chubby 12h pony. I have also bought a ball I shove hay into. She loves this stuff. It is easy to put in the hay ball too. It is really compressed. I will buy it again and thinking I might not stock the loft this year.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Very pleased

    By Kathryn62 on Nov 19, 2020

    I bought this for my guinea pigs and it’s just exactly what I wanted. The best part they like the hay.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Hay buying is excruciating

    By Sprucesmom on Jun 12, 2020

    The only good part about buying hay is having a full barn for winter .Finding it, loading it , paying for it , schlepping it home, unloading it,hoping every last bale is edible and no haggling with the hay seller is needed to replace the bad bale... it was by far my least favorite part of 30 years of farm life! Well imagine my surprise when , after selling my farm and moving to a neighborhood that I would be in need of hay for my two sweet goats whose new home didn’t work out in the end. Goats, despite popular belief are picky boogers. I imagined driving my tarp lined car all over the hills buying this hay and that hay for them to try to see what they might possibly eat through the winter. It The only good part about buying hay is having a full barn for winter .Finding it, loading it , paying for it , schlepping it home, unloading it,hoping every last bale is edible and no haggling with the hay seller is needed to replace the bad bale... it was by far my least favorite part of 30 years of farm life! Well imagine my surprise when , after selling my farm and moving to a neighborhood that I would be in need of hay for my two sweet goats whose new home didn’t work out in the end. Goats, despite popular belief are picky boogers. I imagined driving my tarp lined car all over the hills buying this hay and that hay for them to try to see what they might possibly eat through the winter. It kept me up nights I tell you! I had little luck with compressed , bagged, hay previously with my goats, but I needed something straight away as I girded my loins for my hay finding mission locally, so I ordered a bag of bermuda from you out of desperation. THEY ADORE IT! While my delivery man is displeased with the sheer weight of my Chewys order I am most pleased with having a ready, convenient, hay source with out tarps and miles of travel that my goats don’t turn their little noses up at. … more

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