Hall's Hay Timothy Hay 1st Cut Mini-Bale Small Pet Food, 5-lb box

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About This Item


  • All-natural, sun-cured Western Timothy hay sliced from the heart of premium field bales.
  • Made without any added preservatives.
  • Contains little chaff and dust.
  • Low-density mini bale flakes and feeds easily.
  • Grown and packaged in the USA.

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Hay TypeTimothyTimothyOrchard GrassAlfalfaTimothy
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Questions & Answers

3 Customer Questions

what is the difference between first cut and second cut
Answer by ChewyNov 11, 2021
First cut hay is the first harvest of the season that normally occurs in June. The stems and seed heads of the plant are generally larger in the first cutting. Second cut hay is the second harvest of the season that normally occurs in September or October. Stem size and seed head size is normally smaller in the 2nd cutting than the first cutting. Second cutting will normally have more plant leafs than the first cutting.

Is this hay quarantined indoors before shipping? If so, for how long?
Answer by ChewyOct 02, 2021
Hall's Hay quarantines all of their bulk hay products indoors for a minimum of 105 days before it is sliced into mini-bales.

what are the dimensions of the hay bale and the box that the bale comes in?
Answer by ChewyJun 25, 2021
The bales measure around 7 ½ inches x 7 ½ inches x 11 inches. They are packaged in a box that measures 8 inches x 8 inches x 12 inches.

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Rated 3.814 out of 5 stars
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83 Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By batman on Aug 23, 2023

Leeloo loves halls hay!

If you love small American business who represents only the best buy Hay. I added them on Instagram! They made their own equipment and are really cool people from Colorado where it's grown harvested and packed look at @thehayninja. I literally love their 5lb packs and how it's always green, no dust no nothing! Unlike the corporations who sell hay you know your getting quality product grown and packaged in the good ole USA!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Tay on Sep 26, 2023

Great quality

My rabbits go through this stuff like crazy. A lot better than the oxbow brand, which tends to have those small choppy bits at the bottom of the bag. This hay has long full pieces

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Peanut on Aug 20, 2023


Very fresh, looks, smells, and tastes great for my piggies. They eat it right up.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Rani on Apr 23, 2023

Fresh and green hay

I was skeptical about this hay but it turned out to be great. The bay is fresh and green and it’s easy to pull out the bag. Sometimes hay is hard to pull out the bag but this was easy to access. I will buy this again for sure especially for the price and quality. So far my rabbit loves it.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By RuthHenriquez on Apr 15, 2023

Great hay for bunnies.

This is really nice hay. When you open the box, a wonderful smell of fresh-cut hay comes out. It is green and easy to pull apart, and has some stalks (good roughage for digestion) but also lots and lots of more leafy parts. My rabbits love it.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Jodyrob1 on Apr 12, 2023

Great hay!

Guinea pig loves this hay! So far it has been easy to get out after cutting the packing straps; tight packed, good quality, and she loves it!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By RukiatheAngoraandPerson on Dec 31, 2022

delish, great value

When my human cuts the bindings on a fresh hall's bale the hay is so packed in it literally jumps like popcorn in a pan with a great big pop! Can't get enough! One bale lasts me approximately 5 weeks. Perfect for morning constitutionals or scattering around the pen during evening zoomies! After all, a cute fluffy girl like me has to keep in shape somehow!

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Jaime on Feb 17, 2023

TOoo stick like

My guinea absolutely do not want to eat this and waste most of it. First order was fine and now they wont. I want to try again and get the orchard grass I really like this company.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Joan on May 7, 2023


It would have been such a great purchase - but my piggie won't eat it.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By David on Nov 7, 2022

Fantastic packaging

I mostly want to commend the way this is packaged for shipping. It's baled very tightly, and in the same manner as field hay that comes off in sheaves. This allows you to serve it without making a huge mess. Additionally, it comes with an oversized resealable plastic bag, so once you cut the baling it's easy to keep contained, fresh, and accessible. Seems silly to have to be happy about this, but it's signifigantly more functional than all the other brands I've tried, which is most, from 40 pound boxes to small emergency bags from local stores. As for the hay itself, it is fine. Can still smell a bit of the freshness, and the mix of stems to flower seems about average. Have had better and worse, but I suspect this is dependent on season and inventory levels, so I never judge fully from just one box. The piggies aren't complaining. This will be my new go to hay, largely based on the packaging, until they give me a reason to change.