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The determining factors in the choice of bedding for the horse in the stable are such as ease of use, the possibility of further disposal, cost and availability, as well as the conditions for storage.

The modern market has a significant assortment that allows you to make a choice in favor of a particular type of litter. This can be either a traditional material, which is wheat straw, or a completely exotic type of material, which is elephant grass.

Which litter do you choose? Let's try to give a little advice on this. So, when choosing a material suitable as a litter, the first point that you should pay attention to is the amount of plant spores or dust in the material that you are offered. Keep in mind that your horse will lie on the litter of your choice, that is, literally “breathe” it. Thus, dust, as well as other types of fine impurities, are whipped easily enough by feet, especially if there are four feet.

The convenience and safety of lying on the litter is also important. With this in mind, sawdust previously unsintered is an undesirable material. This statement is due to the fact that they may contain small nails. Naturally, they will subsequently dig into the hooves, causing not only inconvenience, but also the pain of the horse. This is especially unacceptable if they fall under her "nail". The same applies to other solid fragments that may be in the wood.

The horse shavings we offer are formed by planing pine boards previously harvested in ecologically clean places and located in the northwestern part of our country. It is noteworthy that this shavings for animals has consistently excellent quality, and throughout the year.

Considering the technological process that characterizes the production of chips, it will not be out of place to note that it does not allow the entry of an external type of objects. This is extremely important, given the situation described above, in which conventional sawdust for horses is almost unacceptable material for bedding. In addition, the wood processing process in our case does not provide for the use of chemical exposure in one form or another. Further, the production process involves forced drying, which occurs in special drying chambers. That's why pressed animal shavings are your right choice.

Given the low humidity, the resulting filings act by analogy with a sponge. So, sawdust for animals absorb liquid and excess moisture, which reduces the smell of ammonia. Thus, dry shavings have a positive effect on the overall moisture level formed in the stable, as well as on the air temperature in it.

What should be the litter?

High-quality litter must be warm enough. This will allow the horse to feel sufficient warmth if it clings to the litter. In addition, the litter should be sufficient to ensure that any of the genital gaps are hidden under the legs of the animal. This feature of the litter is extremely useful, because drafts mainly arise from under the floors. Note that the litter on the floor should play the role of a kind of shock-absorbing coating, which will become an obstacle to the sliding of hooves.

Take into account such a moment that some of the types of bedding materials, for example, cellulose (cardboard, paper), in the event of wetting, become significant, which, in turn, complicates their movement. By the way, practice indicates that cellulose litter decomposes much more slowly than any other type of material. Be sure to pay attention to the quality of the litter you purchase.


On a stall of 9 square meters, to create a layer 7 cm high requires about 150 kg of wood pellets.
In order to make pellets softer and increase the height of the litter up to 15 cm,
spray water in a volume of 2 liters per 10 kg. On average, about 50 kg of fresh pellets are required for adding a month. The service life of litter from coniferous granules (until complete replacement) is on average 6 months.

Advantages over other types of horse litter:

  • good for the horse
  • do not contain dust
  • have antiseptic properties
  • have enhanced absorbent properties
  • make horse care easier
  • reduce labor costs for cleaning the stall,
  • economical
  • convenient in storage
  • not subject to decay during prolonged storage,
  • convenient to transport to the stall,
  • do not require further processing.

Litter for a horse, common problems:

  • a lot of effort to clean the horse stall.
  • bad smell after replacing the litter.
  • the horse coughs or has health problems.
  • consumes a large amount of bedding for horses.
  • a lot of dirt from ordinary bedding for a horse.

Buy laying for a horse.

If some of these problems are familiar to you, then straw pellets can solve all these problems! For centuries, straw has been used as bedding for horses. More recently, new technologies have improved what seemed to be perfect. We are producing a new product - straw pellets.
Soft straw pellets are ideal for use in a stall. As the experience of our regular customers has shown: straw pellets are the best litter for horses.

Therefore, if you want to buy bedding for horses, choose straw pellets - an effective and environmentally friendly alternative to existing flooring for horses and any other animals. For the optimal absorption of the smells of our product, much less is required, so you save money and time.

Straw pellets are substantially softer than wood pellets and also require less storage space for dirty bedding. The straw pellet litter is a pure, natural product without additives. Pellets from straw are an excellent means of absorption (approximately 400% of their own weight). The product is hygienic, temperature +85. + 110 ° C during the granulation process.

Straw pellets are recommended as bedding for horses as well as other animals. Dirty straw pellets are easier and faster to clean. This product can be easily recycled or reused .. Compost material quickly decomposes and can be used as fertilizer, even within 2-3 months.

Straw granules are a unique material with a large scope.

Antiseptic properties

  • Phytoncides contained in coniferous granules have beneficial effects on respiratory
    the horse’s pathways destroy pathogenic bacteria and reduce the risk of respiratory illness.
  • Due to the fact that coniferous granules are subjected to high-temperature processing during the pressing process, a number of harmful microorganisms are destroyed. The risk of mold in the stall is prevented.