Collection: Green means good!

Hay is essential to your pet’s health, but most hays available at pet stores today are highly-processed yellow or brown pellets.

Just like green foods are good for us humans, green is best for your pet too! The hay you get from Hayday is harvested fresh and will arrive on your doorstep with a beautiful green colour. Order a box and see!

  • 15 Pound Box

    A large box of our delicious and nutritious blend of premium orchardgrass hay — harvested fresh from our small, family-owned Ontario farm.

    This large box typically lasts two small pets between 8–12 weeks.

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    $64.99
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    $64.99
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  • 10 Pound Box

    A medium-size box of our delicious and nutritious blend of premium orchardgrass hay — harvested fresh from our small, family-owned Ontario farm.

    This medium-size box typically lasts one small pet between 8–12 weeks.

    Regular price
    $49.99
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    $54.99
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  • 5 Pound Box

    A small box of our delicious and nutritious blend of premium orchardgrass hay — harvested fresh from our small, family-owned Ontario farm.

    This small box typically lasts one small pet between 4–6 weeks.

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    $34.99
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    $34.99
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    $39.99
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WHAT’S IN THE HAY?

A blend of Orchardgrass Hay, Timothy Hay and trace amounts of other hays.

Guaranteed Analysis:

Crude Protein

Crude Protein (min) 12%

Helps build and repair muscles and bones!

Crude Fiber

Crude Fiber (max) 30%

Makes digestion easier and lowers the risk of disease!

Crude Fat

Crude Fat (min) 2%

Keeps your furry friend full of energy and ready to absorb nutrients!

Moisture

Moisture (max) 15%

With less moisture and more dry matter, your pet gets more from their hay!

Looking for Timothy hay?

Our blend is primarily orchardgrass, but contains other hays, including Timothy hay. We did this because orchardgrass is easier for your pet to chew and packed with more protein and nutrients than pellets or Timothy hay.