Give your pal all the hay without the hassle with the Higgins Sunburst Break-A-Bale Timothy Hay. It’s pre-cut and compressed so it’s easy to break and feed as needed, with none of the mess of loose hay. Made of all-natural, pesticide-free timothy hay, it’s high in fiber and low in fat and protein, and helps encourage natural foraging while providing a wholesome chewing substrate for healthy teeth. It’s great for rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas and other small mammals. Plus, each strand is hand-picked for the ideal length to help support digestion and dental health.
Made of low-fat, low-protein, high-fiber 100% timothy hay that’s rich in essential vitamins and minerals.
Pre-cut and compressed so you can just break and feed with no dust, mess, or hassle.
Hand-picked so each strand is the perfect length to help support normal digestion for your furbaby.
Supports digestion and dental health, and promotes natural foraging behaviors to keep your pal fit and happy.
Great for rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas and other small mammals, and contains no fillers, pesticides or preservatives.
Cut along the dotted line (start with #1 on the side of the package with the numbered bales) with a knife, scissor or sharp object. Gently pull on the cut hay bale until it separates. Remove the plastic packaging from the separated bale and discard. Arrange the hay in your pet’s cleaned cage. Store the remaining hay in a cool, dry place and repeat with the next numbered bale when you pet is ready for its next feeding. Always ensure that your pet has fresh, clean water. Always check with your veterinarian for your pet’s specific dietary needs.
Very good, lasts a long time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Convenient but messy
on Apr 15, 2021
My 2 pigs who are hay addicts, barely touch this stuff. The package says just break off and it’s less mess. Nope, it’s now all over my living room. They just kind of walk on it and break it up but don’t really eat it. I’ll stick to bagged hay
Nice idea, but fail
on Jul 22, 2020
1. The brick idea is nice if only the actual hay used to create it was decent quality
1. Hay is yellow (vs the other brand of Timothy Hay I've purchased)
2. Hay is brittle and, well, has "dust." It literally covers the floor with fine hay dust. An no, I'm not b-ing about having to clean up, bc I'm constantly tidying up after the rabbit. But how fresh is this hay if it's literally disintegrating into fine dust? The other hay I use never does this.
3. The rabbit can't be bothered with it.
Very neglected Hay
on May 22, 2020
My Guineas neglected this hay and I'm not sure why but after just getting it from chewy I put it in their hay crate and immediately ran away from it and went to their usual Oxbow hay. I left it in there and it stayed untouched for several days so I finally had to take it out and put a different kind of hay in. I tried it again a week later and still the same thing happened. My guinea pigs just did not like it
Wow and more wow!
on May 16, 2020
My guineas were hesitant when I first introduced these bricks. I will admit that there was more dust then I thought there would be separating the blocks. But then a party took off! My younger boar thought it was a jumping platform for him! My older one seems to like the convenience. Truly has provided essential hay and enrichment for days!
Higgins Sunburst Break-A-Bale Timothy Hay
on Apr 4, 2020
I substituted this as I normally get the Oxbow round stack of Timothy hay but it wasn't available. My Chinchilla Gizmo loves it! Glad I purchased quite a bit of it!
Absolutely the best!
on Apr 7, 2020
Guinea loves it!! Hes a very picky eater, hard to find hay he likes but this one he really loves! I'll be buying this kind from now on.
on Apr 25, 2020
I expected this package to be larger. Very condensed but only 4 portions
Easy Grass Feeding
on Jan 18, 2020
I enjoy these Hay/grass bundles because I have two rabbits (indoor) and this is a less messy way of feeding grass, which is necessary for their diet.
on Dec 19, 2019
It was dry and crumbled. It made a big mess. It didn’t have the ops my prairie dog likes to eat