No, but you're feeding her a backwards diet. She should have limited pellets and unlimited hay, and then fresh vegetables daily. Pellets are very calorie dense. She's probably pudgy because of the free-feeding of the pellets -- we see it a lot. Also make sure that they're timothy hay based and not alfalfa hay based.
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