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For hay for your Degoes you have come to the right place in our Degoe webshop! Hay is very important to Degus. This is because Degus has a so-called 'full stomach'. Their stomach is not very muscular and can therefore not independently move the food to th
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degu hay is fiber-rich hay for degus

Order hay for your Degoes easily and quickly at DRD Rodent Shop ® The online Degoe Webshop!

For hay for your Degoes you have come to the right place in our Degoe webshop! Hay is very important to Degus. This is because Degus have a so-called 'full stomach'. Their stomach is not very muscular and therefore cannot independently transport the food to the next part of the intestine. This is supposedly taken over by the following food portions. This also explains why Degus eat many small portions of food per day on average. Their diet consists mainly of fiber!

The large appendix of Degoes is the so-called fermentation chamber. That's where the fine dietary fibers of the hay go. There they are converted into proteins, vitamin B and vitamin K by special bacteria.

Degus have a pronounced need to gnaw. That is why they mainly need a structure and fiber rich hay. The hay is not only used as food, but also to provide for the gnawing needs. A high-quality hay can be recognized by a number of points.

  • smell . Hay should smell fresh. If the hay smells dusty and musty, it may contain mold. This is not healthy for both animal and owner.
  • Feeling . The hay should consist of long, crispy blades.
  • Avoiding Poisonous Plants . A responsible hay producer knows his country and knows what to look out for. A regular check for poisonous plants is necessary.
  • Untreated Natural Areas . A high diversity of herbs in the hay is very healthy. It is also important that nature is protected.
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