100% timothy grass that was first cut (first cutting timothy) or immature before the seed formation stage was selected. or can be used from the seedling stage But not as popular as the bud stage, which will produce a lot of leaves. will provide the level of protein Vitamins and minerals remained high, while levels of hemicellulose, cellulose and lignin fibers began to increase but were not too high. But maintain the level that can stimulate the gastrointestinal tract as well When mature timothy hay was found to have seeds, protein levels were reduced by 30% from the time of first mowing, and many animals, such as rabbits and rabids, were unable to digest lignin. digestibility Digestibility is reduced by 3 to 4% for every 1% increase in flight league. Timory grass is recognized worldwide as the best grass. It is a grass that provides sufficient lignin and cellulose fibers for gastrointestinal health and also provides pectin and hemicellulose fibers suitable for fermentation. end gastrointestinal tract and help produce high quality soft dung Suitable for all herbivores including rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, prairie dogs, degus, deer, giraffes and elephants.
Timothy grass optimal stage. For rabbits and small herbivores Rabbits with high metabolic levels (metabolism) and need good growth or maintenance in old age will be in the mid-bud stage that will provide optimal nutritional value, while in full-grown rabbits. The young can be fed at the pre-head or pre-seed stage or the budding stage (bloom).
Timothy grass is recommended for adult rabbits from 4 to 6 months of age. Young rabbits should be given alfalfa until they are fully grown. Veterinarians recommend the use of grass to feed rabbits at least 75% of waste food.