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    Third cut Timothy hay in India

    Hello,
    Does anyone know how I can get third cut Timothy hay shipped to India (I live in Bangalore).
    We get a brand called ZuPreem Nature's Promise Western Timothy hay in pet stores, and it is of a decent quality; But so far, the packets I've bought are turning out to have too many hard stalks and seed heads. I'm assuming it's first cut, but still quite expensive. I'd like for my piggy to be able to enjoy some nice, green leafy hay!

    I've looked at KMS Hayloft, Small Pet Select, and Rabbit Hole Hay, but none of them ship to where I live. There are a few other brands of Timothy hay available to order online, but none of them specify third cut, so I might just end up getting stalky first cuts if I try those too.

    I'd appreciate any help in this regard, thank you!

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    Re: Third cut Timonthy hay in India

    Excuse the typo in the header

    Edited by bpatters: I fixed it.
    Last edited by bpatters; 02-14-18 at 12:14 am.

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    Re: Third cut Timothy hay in India

    I doubt seriously you could get it shipped there. But if you can find a horse racing stable anywhere around you, they should have a good quality hay. Maybe they'd sell you several flakes of it.

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