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Forum DIET & CARE Timothy hay

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    • Andersoniu
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      Is timothy hay with preservative Ok for bunnies? It’s a 1st cut timothy hay with a small amount of silo king preservative which is non toxic.


    • BZOO
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      Unsure what that is, but I’d avoid it.  Hay should just be hay, maybe herbs/flowers for the fancy stuff.  Nothing artificial.


    • LBJ10
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      I don’t believe it is harmful. However, it would mean that the hay isn’t sun-cured. Or at least not sun-cured all the way (i.e. wet conditions didn’t allow for it). Sun-cured hay is preferable because it doesn’t contain preservatives and it has higher vitamin D content (as well as other nutrients).

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Forum DIET & CARE Timothy hay