The best Oat Hay for rabbits and small herbivores imported from Australia. Specifically selected at only early milk stage which provides high nutrition value, and appitizing aroma. It provides higher dietary fibers than other commercial glass, so it can stimulate defication. Pets can produce bigger feces and, help teeth wear down naturally.
100% premium Oat hay / Characteristics of Oat Hay: Rice plants may not be suitable when used as hay. For the
one that has passed the harvest period will become straw that is too old and give only the bark with excessive level
of indigestible fibers, such as lignin and cellulose. The old hays lack the digestible fibers that will be used for
fermentation as energy, thus the herbivore animals are weight under or emaciated. Moreover, the straw is too
alkaline, cause changes in acid-base levels in the digestive tract. However, it was found that oats were used as grass hay, which requires
good grass management. By selecting the appropriate cutting period, provides grass that is suitable for feeding animals during
childhood. That means the value of food must be excellent for growth.
The advantages of oat hay: is different from other grass, it provides energy from the milk phase of the rice. It is often mixed with alfalfa to increase protein levels in feedings for young animals and mothers, and also provides indigestible fibers higher than Timothy grass, because the cutting period of oat hay is older than Timothy. Thus it helps to stimulate defecation of hard feces. Additionally, the bark contains more silica, therefore it helps to wear out teeth.
Import from Australia: Oat grass from Australia is very popular, because it is serious about the cutting phase to get the highest value.
Veterinarian recommended: Veterinarians often recommend oat grass in rabbits with improper dental wear “malocclusion” at early stage. Thus it helps to prevent severity in the next phase. It also provides a good source of natural vitamin A supplements.
is the beginning of flowering and seeding, which has accumulated starch called “early milk stage”. When they are squeezed at the top of the flower, rice water will come out, sometimes called “watery-ripe stage”.If after this period, the value of the grass will decrease rapidly. Oat hay is different from other grasses such as Timothy that will be cut in the mid-bud before flowering or vegetative stage.
There is 6-9% protein level for premium oat hay. And add value by mixing with alfalfa. Oat hay also provides higher levels of vitamin A than other grasses. Another advantage that is this early milky harvest will give a fragrant the grass and good taste, therefore it is desirable to the animals.
Oat hay is suitable for adult rabbits and other herbivores and increase the variety of food and taste. Suitable for treating rabbits with malocclusion and it may be helpful for vitamin A deficiency. It is often mixed with alfalfa to increase protein and calcium levels for young animals and mothers. It is recommended to eat grass at least 75-80% for rabbit diet.