Nature’s Touch Wild Hay Review
Purchase: Pets at Home
Price: Click on link above for latest price
Sold exclusively in the UK pets at home stores and on the website, although it is sold on amazon and ebay, the price is a lot higher than pets at home. A lovely mountain or as they call it wild hay, that comes from the spanish meadows. It is picked literally from an area of land that has not been touched for 100 years. It’s a very natural hay and has no additives. It includes a lot of herbs, flowers and veg inside and has the flower calendula, which is high in fibre and has a sweet smell. This hay really comes recommended by me because of the high quality and consistency every time I purchase a bag.
The stems are long but a little thin, but shorter than some other meadow hays. A colourful mix because of all the different species that are inside. Not something that guinea pigs can bury and cover themselves in though.
Recap on the pros and cons 🙂
- Great quality
- Over 40 different species that includes ones that are high in fibre
- Smells nice
- Could come in bigger sized bags
It would be great if they could do bigger sized quantities, just so it could last longer with one bag. It’s obviously another hay that all of my guinea pigs like eating. Wherever you place it down, it creates a nice soft area for them to sit and stand on as they eat the stems. I think it’s quite a special hay, because it has been picked from land that has just been left to whatever nature intends. Then they get all the wild species that grow, which makes for this interesting hay. There is hardly ever any little bits inside like little twigs that have to be taken out.
Usually the cost is £5.99 and it’s that price when I have always purchased it, but click the link at the top to go the pets at home website, to check the latest. You may say it’s expensive for a 1kg bag, but for what it is, it’s worth it, to give to your guinea pigs.
Lets rate it!
Quality: 10 out of 10
Smell: 9.5 out of 10
Appearance: 9.5 out of 10
Overall: 9.5 out of 10
Thank you for reading, please feel free to leave a comment below and I will reply back as soon as possible. Perhaps it’s a hay that you might like to purchase for your guinea pigs.