Oat Hay is a hay that has a different texture and taste compared to hays such as timothy and meadow. It contains immature oat grain that is contained in the seed head.
In conjunction with the fier in the leaf and thick stem, oat hay is a very good source of fiber.
It is said to add variety to a small animal’s diet.
It is also low in protein and calcium and is often fed to rabbits, chinchillas and other small animals.
So can guinea pigs eat oat hay?
Yes oat hay is fine for guinea pigs to eat. They will very much enjoy it and it will add a different taste to their dietary intake.