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Irresistible hay for Mice from the heart of the Cotswolds
Cotswold hay is an excellent choice for mice and other small species, with a fragrant, green, fresh scent and flavour to keep rodents happy and healthy as they gnaw, chew and burrow.
Mixing hay variants is ideal for mice, as curious creatures that love to sample new tastes, and our ultra-premium barn-dried hay is the best possible product for clean, dust-free edible hay, warm nesting materials and British-farmed bedding that is produced to eliminate harmful mould and spores.
Mice Hay FAQs
What makes Little Hay Co hay different?
Regular hay is made outside in the field which risks getting rained on to greatly reduce quality, staying near soil after harvest for too long and being infected by spores and getting bleached in the sun.
At The Little Hay Co we cut the grass conventionally and leave it in the sun for 24 hours - but then we pick it up loose and dry it with dehumidified air in our specially built hay drying barn prior to packaging it up for you.
The difference in quality from most other hays is clear to see - and all grown, made and packaged on our farm in the Cotswolds, UK.
What are the different cuts of hay you sell?
We sell a variety of cuts, including first, second and third cut and these encompass differing textures, grasses and hardness.
Why do you use different grasses?
In nature your pet species would naturally graze throughout the four seasons, during which grasses taste different and have different textures. This variety is what we replicate for you, but try to offer your pet the Spring to Autumn choice as Winter grasses are not always very appetising.
Why do you grow different grasses?
We grow different grasses to suit your mice’s needs but also due to different species ripening at different times, it also extends our harvest window as we endeavour to make enough to keep you stocked up all year round.
How do you control and ensure the quality at Little Hay Co throughout the year?
We tend our pastures very carefully throughout the year to ensure that they are in tip top condition when it comes to harvest. By use of the hay drying barn we then preserve this quality, even in the most British of summers! We make enough stock to store over the winter to provide you wherever possible a steady supply. In Spring we start our harvest all over again to bring you a fresh supply.
Which type of hay should I buy?
Timothy Hay is quite a hard hay with deliciously large seed heads. It is good for nutrition and dental care.
Silky Soft Hay is not quite so hard as Timothy but slightly more nutritious.
Cotswold Sweet Hay is very, very palatable but offers less wear on the teeth - great to build condition, great to burrow in and great to hide and sleep in. This is often the most sought after hay.
How much hay should I feed my mice?
The general rule is to feed your mice the same volume of hay as their furry bodies are - but as always do consult your vet if you have detailed questions on your individual pet.
What else should I feed my mice as well as hay?
Mice like treats, but this should be no more than 15% of their diet. Without this balance of 15% treats to 85% hay dental and digestive problems can occur. If you notice any worrying symptoms, please consult your vet.
What are the key benefits of high quality hay for my mice?
If you cannot feed enough hay to your mice, its teeth and digestive system will suffer. As mice are notoriously selective (even fussy!) it's ideal to offer them the best choice you can to encourage a regulated and balanced daily consumption of their own volition. We want your mice to be excited to see our hay each day!
How long will it take for my order to arrive?
Orders placed before 1pm weekdays will be sent for next day delivery, excluding bank holidays and weekends.
Which carrier will deliver my order?
DPD are our chosen carrier
My order has arrived damaged, who should I contact?
Please contact the office on 07512 723 937 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What is your refund & exchange policy?
We welcome your feedback and are happy to provide a no quibble replacement if there is dissatisfaction. If we cannot correct an issue, of course we will refund you. This works for only one incident a year - more than that and we will arrange with you a collection of the product to provide both parties with a better understanding.
If your question isn’t answered above, please email our team and we will be happy to help: email@example.com
Nutritional Breakdown of Hay and Grass*
How We Produce Exceptional Quality Hay for Rodents
The Little Hay Co. has spent years perfecting our hay production techniques, combining traditional farming know-how with European-inspired hay drying methods, which retain that magic 12% moisture content while banishing damp, mould, and dust you'll find in most conventionally manufactured animal feed.
Our hay is natural, green, and fresh, bursting with texture and sweetness, and packed with all those essential nutrients, minerals and high-protein foliage that mimic natural foraging conditions for mice and all similar species.
We have developed a process of collecting all farm-fresh hay within 24 hours of cutting, ensuring each bale is dried in weatherproof conditions for optimal nutrition, comfort, and natural quality – and your mice will certainly know the difference!
Not sure yet or just getting started?
Every pet is different and will prefer different hay types. Why not start with our sample pack?
Mixed Tasting Samples
A smaller way to sample our delicious Hay. Each pack contains 3 samples with each variety of our Hay:
This is a great way to find out which type of our delicious Hays your furry friend prefers.
Naturally our small friends would be out foraging and sampling a variety of grasses throughout the day and our mixed boxes are a perfect way to replicate this in a domesticated environment.