Belgian Nature hay

Natural hay with a long structure of grasses

€9,00 Incl. tax


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  • *New* Belgian Natural hay, this hay comes from an organic meadow situated on a beautiful hill in Wallonia. 

    Cut July 2021. A beautiful cut with a long structure of grasses and limited supply of herbs.

    This hay is first cut and is dried naturally (on the field)

    The hay is stored naturally at Happy Rabbits so that it retains its freshness and tastiness. 

    Every year we do our utmost to select beautiful meadows for a good harvest. Every meadow is different of course and every year is different. That is why there is always a great variety in the hay. This provides a natural and healthy variety. 

    Can be eaten by rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, hamsters, gerbils, degus, tortoises, horses, etc.

    Arrival of hay: If you order the hay in a jute bag you may keep it there. If you order the hay in a plastic bag we would like to ask you to keep it out of the plastic packaging or leave the bag open.

    Storage of hay: Preferably store the hay in a dark place, not too warm. This may also be outside under the condition that no sun and no moisture can reach. Please NEVER store hay in a plastic packaging this brings the quality down enormously. A cardboard box or an open container is allowed.

     

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