Back in 2012 we set up a small pet boarding business, looking after people's guinea pigs and rabbits on our farm whilst their owners went away on holiday. Ever since, we've frequently been asked where we get our hay, as our visitors tend to far prefer ours to their usual supply; we respond with "it's grown just down the road - would you like some?", to which the answer is usually a resounding "Yes please!!!".
Due to popular demand we're now selling this top quality locally produced hay to the general public online. It's grown near Otmoor nature reserve in Oxfordshire, then boxed up 2 miles away at our farmyard in near plastic-free packaging before being sent out.
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"It's a thumbs up from the rabbits. Thank you!" - Andrew
"My rabbits love your hay! They've never been keen on the pet shop stuff. I'll definitely be buying more!" - Roger
We've really struggled to find good quality hay in the past, so pleased to have found you." - Juliette
"Excellent quality hay. Well worth the money. Will buy again." - B
"My chinchillas really enjoy this hay! It's lovely and green, they can be fussy with other types so I was really happy to find Box of Hay! It's great to be able to have it delivered, it is really convenient and you get a lot of hay!" - Charlotte
"Amazing, I'm never buying pet shop hay again!" - Alex
"I've never seen my guinea pigs nibble through their hay so quickly! Fantastic!" - Mandy
Place your order here:
Box of Farm Fresh Meadow Hay (approx. 7kg)
Wonderfully green, fragrant and long stranded. A lovely soft hay with a good mixture of leaves and stems - fantastic as both feed and bedding for guinea pigs, rabbits and other small pets. Meadow hay consists of a variety of different grass types making for a more interesting munch than single variety hays.
Box of Farm Fresh Timothy Hay (approx. 7kg)
A stalky hay with good bite, but still with substantial leaf and head content - fantastic as feed for guinea pigs, rabbits and other small pets who enjoy a good nibble. Timothy hay consists almost entirely of Timothy grass which has a particularly high fibre content.