Timothy Hay

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Outdoor Plants
Health Rating
Free Feed
Latin Name
Phleum pratense


Timothy hay is a type of grass that lives for more than two years, native to most of Europe. It is named after Timothy Hanson who brought it from New England to the southern states during the early 18th century. Timothy hay can grow up to 59 inches tall with leaves that grow up to 17 inches long.

For Your Pet

Timothy hay is something that you can put out in abundance for your pet, letting your rabbit graze on whenever and how often they want. It holds a lot of fiber and helps with your pet’s digestive system. It also helps in cleaning and wearing down their “cheek teeth” that grows in the back of their mouths.


Let your rabbit, guinea pig, or chinchilla eat as much Timothy Hay as possible!


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