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They're not very high quality -- they've got a lot of inappropriate grains in them and comparatively low fiber.
 

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My senior pig was getting very fussy with what he'd eat, so I grabbed a bag of the ZuPreem Nature's Promise. It's soy and wheat free, but the two ingredients after timothy hay are corn and beet pulp - which doesn't impress me, but I was just looking for something my Old Man would eat.
 

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The zupreem timothy hay claims to be better, because it is timothy hay that is free of pesticides. has anyone on the forum used it, and how does it compare to oxbow?
 
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