Sunday, August 18, 2013

Product Review: Oxbow BeneTerra Organic Meadow Hay

Lola here. I'm writing this post to correct the distortions and falsehoods that Broccoli left in the green cabbage post. Specifically, I'm calling him out on saying "Lola might regain dominance." I never lost dominance! Just wait until you see what happens in this product review.

Today, we're reviewing Oxbow BeneTerra Organic Meadow Hay. This hay is composed of a mix of grass hays, which means you don't have to worry about adult piggies eating it like you would with a legume hay (like alfalfa hay). The fact that it's organic also means that we don't have to worry about nasty chemicals in our hay or in the environment, which we like. But will it pass the taste test?

Oxbow! We love Oxbow products!
Do you see that? Broccoli is using a pigloo to pretend he's a turtle! Does that look like the dominant piggy?

Just ask yourself this: Who looks dominant in this picture? The piggy hiding from the camera, or the piggy with a face full of hay out in the open?
Oxbow BeneTerra Organic Meadow Hay is delicious, and will make a nice occasional supplement to our regular diet of timothy hay from Small Pet Select. We'll give it 5/5 starts. I'd also like to thank this hay for giving me the opportunity to set the record straight about who is dominant around here.


  1. We love to pretend to be a turtle in our pigloos too! And we move them around and spin them. Its so fun!

    1. Exactly! What Lola doesn't seem to get is that it's fun playing turtle. It doesn't mean I'm scared of her or anything like that.

  2. Thank you for this post. I could definitely relate to the thigh high dilemma. Do you know if compression leggings are just as effective?