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Forum DIET & CARE Premium Timothy hay vs meadow Timothy hay

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    • Hayden Wolford
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        Hey, I have 2 eight week old rabbits and I have been feeding them premium Timothy hay. I got just normal meadow Timothy hay without thinking. Do I need to mix it slowly for them to adjust or is it the same thing?? I still have some premium left but not much. I could always go buy more too. But will it really matter if I don’t slowly introduce them to the basic meadow hay since they’ve been on the premium? Isn’t it the same thing?

        thank you for all your help. This website has helped a lot!!


      • Bam
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          As a rule you dont have to make hay changes gradually.

          Meadow hay is often a mix of various grasses. Timothy is of course timothy but there are many other grasses that are suitable for rabbits.


        • LBJ10
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            Hay is hay, as long as it’s grass hay. I wouldn’t worry about mixing varieties.

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