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Timothy-grass

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Timothy-grass (Phleum pratense) is an abundant perennial grass native to most of Europe ... Timothy hay is a staple food for domestic pet rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, and degus, ... Dead, stra...

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Jun 6, 2009 ... I should try and do better but all I have time for. Thank you ... That dry alfalfa don't taste like much and I'm tired of the Timothy hay. Read more.

Why Timothy is your horse's friend - Horsetalk.co.nz

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Oct 3, 2013 ... Timothy hay deserves its place in the pantheon of hays and, in many ways, ... Timothy looks like most other grasses, with upright stalks and slender ... It is clear timothy does not offer the same level of protein, but good quality ...

Hay for Rabbits – Alfalfa Hay vs Timothy Hay | Purina Mills

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Confused about what hay for rabbits you should buy? Learn about the different nutritional values in alfalfa hay and timothy hay from Purina experts.

Choosing the Best Hay for Your Rabbit - The Rabbit House

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The main component of every rabbit's diet should be fresh grass or hay (dried grass). ... If your rabbit does not have free access to grass, you can simulate natural ... hays available; popular types include meadow, timothy, and orchard grass. ... looking and slightly higher protein (12-14%) than hay - more like fresh grass.

Timothy Hay & Alfalfa: essential for rabbits, chinchillas, & guinea pigs

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Dried from a natural, perennial grass, Timothy Hay is inexpensive and healthy. It aids digestion and helps wear down the constantly growing teeth of rabbits and ...

Alfalfa Hay, Timothy Hay, and Other Meadow Grasses | eGerbil

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Timothy hay is an example of grass hay and Alfalfa is legume hay. ... It looks very parched when compared to other grass hays. ... Like all crops it's nutritional content can vary tremendously, its protein content can vary from 13% to 22% and  ...

Hay For Horses: Alfalfa Or Grass? - UCD Alfalfa - UC Davis

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timothy hay and oats are the best feeds for horses, and that alfalfa and corn spell disaster ... with insufficient gut fill, and will look for other things to eat including fences and ... Excess protein, like excess energy has been implicated as a cause of .... horses to developmental orthopedic disease, but that excess protein does no...

Timothy Hay for Horses - Anderson Hay

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Horse owners have found that Timothy hay promotes a shiny coat, good digestion, bowel ... Timothy hay is highly recommended for horses confined to a stable because it offers more chewing time. It most ... Weather in the coming week looks.

Timothy Hay: What Cutting is Better for Horses? - Anderson Hay

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Feb 19, 2014 ... Timothy hay is an excellent source of roughage for equine diets. Horsemen often have ... But, how does plant maturity affect quality? As timothy ...

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Horse hay: how to identify the good stuff - Nutrition - Horsetalk.co.nz

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Nov 4, 2012 ... Dusty and mouldy hay may even do your horse harm, and its overall poor quality ... So what should you look for in a bale of meadow hay? .... Keep if off the ground , otherwise the hay will soak up moisture like the wick of a ...

Did You Know? | My Horse University

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Timothy hay is one of the most popular hays fed to horses. ... that affect hay production and what to look for when buying hay will help you select high quality hay ...

Rabbit Food Pyramid - San Diego House Rabbit Society

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Timothy hay is the most-recommended hay for rabbits. It looks like a dried blades of grass, fairly wide and its color is a soft green to grey/brown green. ... Start with one green item at a time, checking to ensure it does not cause digestive upset ...