‘White Rabbit Hay’: Now available, from the “Home of Hay”! 

Scot’s Timothy Hay has been grown on the Carse of Stirling in Central Scotland for hundreds of years, providing the finest forage to livestock breeding herds, flocks and performance horses across the UK. This premium hay is now available for all small and urban pets, direct to your door across the UK via the high quality brand White Rabbit Hay.

‘White Rabbit Hay’ (whiterabbithay.com) is a local partnership set up to make this high-end product available to urban pet owners. This timeless native grass is perfect for rabbits, chinchillas, tortoises and all other small pets, providing the required roughage and nutrition as well as promoting dental health and general well-being for all foraging pets.  

The hay is sourced from farms that manage the land with traditional farming rotation methods and without the use of any pesticides. This allows the land to provide home cover and natural feeding for a range of native animals. From wild hares to birds of prey, with everything in-between. 

The hay is hand selected and packed on farm in 1.5KG boxes and sealed with paper tape with no plastics input at all. The packaging is completely recyclable and compostable with our boxes travelling only a few miles to our logistics provider before being delivered directly to your door. Thus, keeping the carbon footprint as low as possible.  

Jack Bain, one of the Founders at White Rabbit Hay, said: “Scot’s Timothy Hay from the Carse of Stirling is the authentic original of the timothy hay now grown and fed all over the world. We felt that if we can now make it available for the first time to small pet owners across the country, then we should do so.”

The brand’s mission is to provide our small pets and pet parents with the best value product totally farm fresh, to add value to the product by developing new markets while providing our growers with a sustainable on-farm price that will allow them to continue to be guardians of the land and its’ native species for generations to come. 

It is not so long ago that the continued growing of Scot’s Timothy Hay on home soil was in serious doubt due to financial pressures.  

Please support us and allow us to supply you and your pets with the sweetest, crispest, long stem timothy hay available today.  


Tel: 07513 069 187

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