ZuPreem Nature's Promise Western Timothy Hay Western Timothy Hay 14 oz
Our bunny seems to really enjoy this hay! I put the hay down, and she starts eating it right away!
June 17, 2015
Great for Bunnies
Zupreem hay has always been my bunnies' favorite due to the fact that it is all soft, long strands. If you have very picky bunnies that do not appreciate sticks and hay heads, then this is a must try for you! I used to buy Oxbow, but my bunnies started to dislike the amount of sticks it has. I ended up wasting so much of the Oxbow. PLEASE NOTE: Zupreem hay, in the 40oz. bags, have hay that is bound up and packed. When you get to the bottom of the bag, there is usually yet another GOOD bundle of hay. So just when you think there is nothing left but pieces, you will be pleasantly surprised. Since the Zupreem hay is soft stands, I also give them Hay cubes and Alfalfa cubes for their teeth. Bunnies love them too!!
February 11, 2014
They seem to enjoy this hay as much as American pet diner gold timothy hay (second cut). Soft and fragrant but has some brown leaf mixed in. They don't seem to mind though! Pesticide free grown. A+
January 24, 2014
Good but not favored by my crew
My guinea pigs have always been on Oxbow products. I saw this new hay by ZuPreem, which was lower in price than the Oxbow Timothy hay and decided to take a chance on it. ZuPreem is great quality company and my birds use their pellet diet, so I was familiar with the name.
This hay is a softer texture Timothy than Timothy Hays by Oxbow or Kaytee. It's soft in the way Orchard grass is soft in texture. The Oxbow Timothy hay is greener and this ZuPreem has more light green and browns mixed in it.
My pigs seem to love to lay on this hay more than eat it, but I think its worth trying for your animals. Diversity in their diet is always a good thing! Zupreem is lower in price making it a decent value. Worth a try to see how your animals like it!
October 24, 2011