Alfalfa King Double-Compressed Hay


Alfalfa King ultra premium Double-Compressed Hay is a 100% natural food source essential for small animals such as rabbits, mice and guinea pigs.

Alfalfa King grasses are grown without any use of pesticides, artificial colours or flavours. It is then put through a hydraulic press to squeeze a regular bale down to half of its size, eliminating all of the air. This process is the equivalent of vacuum packing for a hay product. The double-compression procedure keeps the hay fresher for longer periods, ensures high leaf count, retention (less dust) and holds the robust aroma of the hay.

Available in 3 varieties.

  • Alfalfa Hay
  • Oat, Wheat & Barley Hay
  • Timothy Hay

Feeding Instructions:

  • Provide your choice of hay in a feed hopper, bin or simply feed loose as a daily addition to the small animal’s food.
  • The amount of hay offered will vary with the size of the animal.
  • Hay provides the extra fibre optimal to small animal’s digestive system. Therefore feeding hay every day is highly recommended.
  • Change hay daily and serve with fresh water.

See below for more information on each variety.



A south Asian perennial herb (Medicago Sativa Latin) having compound leaves with three leaflets and clusters of usually blue-violet flowers. It is widely cultivated as a pasture and hay crop. Alalfa is a legume, a vegetable sharing its family with chickpeas, nuts and beans. Alfalfa is the oldest crop grown solely for forage.

Ingredients:Alfalfa hay. No additives.

Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein (min) 18.0%, Crude Fat (min) 1.5%, Crude Fiber (max) 30.0%m Moisture (max) 14.0%, Calcium (max) 1.5%

Feeding: Alfalfa cannot be substituted for grass hay because Alfalfa hay is too high in protein and calcium. Alfalfa should only be fed in small quantities as a treat.

Available in: 454g, 1.8kg & 4.5kg

Oat Wheat & Barley

Oat Wheat & Barley

This three grain blend features lots of seed heads and fibre. These grasses are cut at the dough stage, which is while the grain is still a soft immature groat.

Oat - A collection of Avena type grasses cultivated as edible grains for food and fodder.

Wheat - Any of various annual cereal grasses of the genus (Triticum) of the Mediterranean region and southwest Asia

Barley - A grass in the genus Hordeum, native to temperate regions, having flowers in terminal, often long-awned spikes.

The blend of grain and grass helps maintain a healthy digestive tract for small animals. The texture and density of the grass and grains helps to wear down the pets molars, which grow continuously.

Ingredients:Oat, Wheat & Barley hay. No additives.

Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein (min) 7.0%, Crude Fat (min) 1.5%, Crude Fiber (max) 32.0%, Moisture (max) 14.0%, Calcium (max) 0.5%

Feeding: Like others in this category, grass hay should be fed free-choice to all herbivores.

Available in: 454g, 1.8kg & 4.5kg



Timothy hay or herd’s-grass is native to Europe and west Asia as well as being one of the most widely cultivated hay in North America. Adaptable to cool, moist climates, Timothy hay is sometimes grown in mixtures (especially with red clover), for a full variety feed experience.

Timothy hay generally gives the impression that it is more parched when compared to the other varieties. Since Timothy is less damp than most hay, it is known to be less susceptible to mould in general.

Ingredients:Timothy hay. No additives.

Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein (min) 8.0%, Crude Fat (min) 1.5%, Crude Fiber (max) 32.0%, Moisture (max) 14.0%, Calcium (max) 0.75%

Feeding: Timothy hap is the main type of grass hay that is packaged for small animals to consume. Grass hay should be fed free-choice to all herbivores to keep their digestive tract operating normally and to help wear down their growing molars.

Available in: 454g, 1.8kg & 4.5kg