Your small furry pal will say yay for Sweet Meadow Farm Hay Small Animal Food. Grown naturally on meadows at a small family farm, this grass hay is just what your small pet needs. The high fiber content helps maintain a healthy digestive system, control weight and helps improve your pal’s overall health. The blades of this second-cutting hay are soft and fine, with a fresh aroma that’s sure to entice your little friend. And since it’s pesticide-free, you can feel good providing your bud with lots of fresh, yummy hay all day!
This soft grass hay is naturally grown on unseeded meadow hayfields.
The 2nd cutting blades are soft and fine, with a fresh aroma that will encourage your little bud to eat up!
Rich in fiber to help maintain a healthy digestive system, control weight and help improve your pal’s overall health.
Hand-packed at a small family farm in the northeast.
I've been giving this to my bunnies for years. They always dive right into their litter boxes as soon as I top it off with Sweet Meadow Farm hays and grasses. Favorites are Sweet Meadow Hay and Herbs with Timothy. I can't recommend this more highly.
Meadow Hay Is The Best Hay!
on Feb 1, 2021
Very impressed with this Meadow Hay. Too often owners thing rabbits should exclusively eat Timothy. This meadow hay was fresh and green and offered great biodiversity that more accurately represents the diet of rabbits!
Not worth the money
on Jan 1, 2021
I got this hay for my rabbit Toffee but it can brown, dry, and old. This is definitely not like the picture and is not worth the money. My rabbit will not touch it so I tried to give it to my tortoises but they will not touch it either. I had to throw the entire bag away. What a waste
Brownish hay -bunnies don't eat it
on Mar 3, 2021
That was a waste of money! Our bunnies refuse to eat this hay even when mix with alfalfa hay.
on Jan 17, 2021
I think it smells really good. However, my picky rabbit won't eat it.
Dry, brown, smells weird
on Aug 2, 2020
My rabbit looooves meadow hay. He only eats meadow hay. I typically buy oxbow, and rosewood bale meadow because he only eat those, so when I saw this brand I was excited specially came from my own state. When it came, it was brown. So I opened it and it smells funky, but I still feed it to my rabbit he wont touch it! I am glad I still have some left over oxbow so he eat the oxbow, but not these.
on Sep 4, 2020
Hay is brown and smells old. My 4 rabbits won't touch it. Very disappointed.