KAYTEE Natural Timothy Hay Small Animal Food, 96-oz bag, bundle of 3 - Chewy.com

Kaytee Natural Timothy Hay Small Animal Food

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  • Made with single-ingredient Timothy hay sourced and harvested from the mountainous Columbian River basin.
  • Perfect high-fiber complement to a balanced diet for small animals like rabbits, guinea pigs and chinchillas.
  • Provides healthy fiber to support digestive system health, and is low in calcium and protein to support a healthy urinary tract.
  • Protected from the elements before packaging to preserve the maximum nutrient value and color.
  • Made with the ideal ratio of leaf to stem and contains no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.

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Questions & Answers

11 Customer Questions

How much food do I put down each day for two adult Guinea Pigs? Mine have been getting too fat and I don't know the correct amount to feed them.
Answer by ChewyApr 14, 2021
Guinea Pigs should always have hay available in a hopper, bin, or on the bottom of their cage and will graze on it as they need; keep a half cup of hay always available, and replace it daily to keep it fresh. If your guinea pig is gaining weight, make sure that you’re feeding the correct amount of pelleted food (1/8th cup once daily, per guinea pig) and only providing a treat once daily.

Is this food good for baby rabbits?
Answer by ChewyNov 26, 2018
Like adults, hay should play an important role in young rabbit's diet. Grass hay (e.g. meadow or timothy) is the one food you should introduce from the start, even if your rabbit isn't already eating it. This is the gentlest food on the gut and will provide the fibre needed for the digestive process to function.

Is this brand safe for my Guinea Pig ? I am giving it oxbow Timothy hay I am trying to save a little money since Oxbow is little bit more expensive
Answer by ChewyNov 21, 2017
This product is safe for Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla and Degu.

About how long does the larger bag last for one guinea pig?
Answer by ChewyAug 23, 2018
There's no exact feeding amount of hay your small animal needs, the length of time it'll last will vary. You can provide hay at all times.

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Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Alex1034 on Mar 2, 2023

Going out of style faster than TikTok trends

Unfortunately the quality of this brand of hay has significantly gone downhill. I have been getting this brand of 90oz bags for my Guinea Pigs for years, and I remember just a year or two ago the quality was decent or okay. The pigs liked it and all was good. Lately though in the past 6 months the quality has gone down significantly. The pieces are MUCH smaller, there’s dust and tiny particles everywhere, the color is very drab and brown. The pigs won’t eat it. There is so much waste, maybe 25% of the bag at best is eaten, and the rest is thrown out. 2 weeks ago I got a bag of a different brand and the pieces were so much richer in color and quality. The pigs loved it so much there was hardly ANY waste leftover. Unfortunate to say that I will be switching to a different brand of hay unless the quality were to get better.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Susan on Mar 12, 2023

1/3 of the bag is dust

I have been reading other reviews and I can concur. The quality of this hay is not what it used to be. I always like getting the 96 oz bag of hay so it lasts longer for my 2 guinea pigs. However, at least 1/3 of the bag is fine dust and particles from the hay. This has to be strained from the feeding hay or else the pigs will sneeze and cough. It doesn't seem like it is super dry but something in the process is broken. I am not going to order the larger bag any longer. I will order the size smaller and may regret it but we will see. Hope this helps you in your purchase.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Alana on Mar 16, 2023

Best Customer Service Ever

Our beloved guinea pig of 5 years passed away, so I contacted Chewy to return my order. Was able to return with no problem, and received the kindest message from Craig W in customer service and flowers! The thoughtfulness brought tears to my eyes, and meant so much to our family. Some people might not understand and think, oh it's just a guinea pig, but you did! We will be Chewy customers for life. Thank you so much for your kind words and thoughtfulness in our loss.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Jennifer on Mar 25, 2023

Quality has deteriorated

I’ve been using this hay for a year with not many issues in consistency. I’ve noticed the last few months the hay is mostly tiny bits and dust with very few long hay pieces. My rabbits are picky eaters so now I’m at a loss as to what to switch to since they won’t eat most hay from other brands.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Steph on Feb 26, 2023

lawn clippings and dust

For years I have bought this and oxbow to keep stock and variety, and because this is a little cheaper. I am just going to pay more in order to get edible hay. lately I have had to throw away at least a third of the bag as it is a powdered dusty mess. The useable hay looks like clippings from the bottom of my lawn mower. my buns like the taste of what is there, but I am not going to keep buying 96 ounce bags that have 40 ounces of garbage.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By BunnyMama on Mar 19, 2023

Timothy Hay Quality

We always order Kaytee brand Timothy Hay. It varies in quality - perhaps seasonally? - and this last batch was lots of small pieces, very messy for the bunnies to eat. But Chewy shipped it promptly. Just wish there was more consistency in the quality from the seller, Kaytee.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Nikki on Mar 9, 2023

Poor quality

I have bought many bags of this Timothy Hay over the years and have never had a bag like this most recent one. The hay throughout the bag is like a dust. My piggies can barley eta it since it is so fine and dusty.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By pzf56 on Mar 12, 2023

Sorry I got these

This hay is mostly chaff and the rest is chopped so tiny, it falls out of hay bags in guinea pig pens. I am hugely disappointed. So, now I have two bags of this stuff and most of it gets thrown out. Giant waste.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By jennag1233 on Jan 27, 2023

Very poor quality Timothy hay

I ordered a very large bag of this Timothy hay, and unfortunately it is very poor quality. It is chopped up so fine and not fresh. My rabbit won’t touch the stuff. I Definitely do NOT recommend this product!

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Seiya on Nov 16, 2022

Doesnt last as long haha

I normally buy Oxbow blends and its, 90-oz...every 3 weeks or so. Sometimes I'll buy this one...just to compare and it seems Kaytee really goes fast. Points for it not being a struggle to get out the bag and its not like im "over feeding" my rabbits. idk. its weird to me. Last about 2 weeks. Anyway its a good product. like i said no struggle to get it out the bag, and my rabbits will eat it...when theyre not chewing up the walls lol. lol. I'll probably buy more in the future.