Where Can I Buy Timothy Hay For Guinea Pigs In Bulk?
Where To Buy Timothy Hay In Bulk?
If you go to your local pet store looking to buy fresh timothy hay in bulk, then you’re probably going to be disappointed. They tend to sell small packages – and not only does this mean you need to travel to and from the store more than you’d like to, but it’s also a fairly expensive way to purchase the main component of your guinea pig’s diet.
If you’re looking to buy timothy hay in bulk, Small Pet Select might be your answer!
At Small Pet Select we decided to sell hay for your pet in different sizes. In that way, you can choose the amount you need to buy at one time, dependent on how many piggies you have to feed and the amount of room you have to store it.
We currently sell hay in the following sizes: 4lbs, 8lbs, 22lbs or 50lb boxes. And our fresh timothy hay is suitable for all small pets, so if you have a selection of animals, such as guinea pigs, rabbits, chinchillas or any others, then you can buy your hay all in one place, not to mention having it delivered directly to your door.
If you’re pets love this hay so much, you have probably wondered ‘where can I buy hay bales of this stuff?’”
Where Can I Buy Hay By The Bale?
Buying timothy hay by the bale can be quite a difficult thing to do. And one that a lot of people never find the answer to. It often depends on where you live. After all, if you live in an area where timothy hay is produced, you might well be able to find a friendly farmer who’ll sell you a bale or two.
But for most of us who live in cities and towns, then finding timothy hay for guinea pigs by the bale is likely to be nigh on impossible. You see, much of the hay produced now is baled in enormous circular bales, rather than the small rectangular ones that were so common in the past. And even if you had the room to store one, you’d never use it all up before the nutritional quality became such that you wouldn’t want to feed it to your pet.
This makes finding hay for guinea pigs by the bale quite an issue, if that’s what you really want to do. All we can suggest is to look in your local papers, animal magazines or try an Internet search engine to see if you can find a local farmer who grows timothy hay and contact them directly.
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