First Cut Timothy is ideal with helping wear down a rabbit's teeth because it is coarser than the other cuts. It has a lower protein level and higher fiber is great for keeping your rabbit's digestion regular and functioning.


Second Cut Timothy is easier for rabbits to eat because of it being moister and softer than first cut. It holds a higher protein level and lower fiber than first cut as well. It's also fantastic for keeping your rabbit’s digestion regular.

Mountain Grass is made up of a variety of wild grasses that grow in a mountain meadow. Typically it has leaves that are fine and coarse in texture with almost no stems. It is high in fiber and low in protein and calcium.


Alfalfa holds more leaves and has a finer texture than most grasses, therefore it is perfect for growing rabbits between the age of 3 weeks and 7 months. It is high in calcium, fiber, and proteins.


Rabbit Hole Hay Is Committed To Keeping Your Small Pets Happy & Healthy.

High Quality Premium Hay - Supporting Local Farmers 

We are located in Northern California, the heart of hay country. Most of the premier hay for small pet rabbits, guinea pigs, and chinchillas comes from this region in the Northwest United States. Our high standards ensure that you only receive premium quality hay. Each harvest is tested to make sure it falls within our guaranteed nutrient levels listed on our packaging. We also store our hay indoors, to protect it from sunlight and moisture. Sunlight can fade or brown the hay and rob it of its nutrients, and exposure to moisture increases the risk of fungus, mold, and bacteria which can be extremely dangerous to your small pets.

No More Dry, Dusty Hay 

We visually inspect and hand-pack every box and bag of hay to make sure you are getting the highest quality hay that is fresh, green, and fragrant. Your hay is hand-pulled and bundled from the bale creating nice long strands and less small pieces. You’ll no longer have to worry about your small pet suffering from irritated eyes or sneezing from excessive dust. We preserve freshness by bagging all of our hay inside the box. You’ll also save time by not having to pick through bad hay just to find the bits your rabbit, guinea pig, or chinchilla will actually eat.

Why Hay is Essential to Their Diet 

Grass hay is an important staple in the diet of rabbits, guinea pigs and chinchillas. For rabbits 7 months and older and guinea pigs 6 months and older, grass hay should make up 80% of their diet. For chinchillas older than a year, grass hay should make up 75% of their diet. The constant foraging and grazing encouraged by hay helps to keep them physically active and mentally stimulated. It also helps to wear down their teeth while the long strand fiber helps to keep their digestion regular and functioning properly.