When it comes to proper horse bedding, you certainly have plenty of options on the market to consider. Even with all the modern additions to the horse bedding industry, shavings and wood pellets continue to make up a majority of the purchases made for horse bedding inside the walls of the stall.
Some less than conventional materials have burst onto the scene in recent years, including rice and wheat hulls, shredded newspaper, straw, and peat moss, but none of these alternative bedding options offer an economical and reliable option for a majority of the consumers in the United States.
The alternative bedding choices may actually serve you fine if you are more concerned with saving money and have the ability to get the material fairly cheap. Unfortunately, different parts of the United States do not have access to all of these different horse bedding options.
Educated consumers should know that Pine River Bedding offers 2 very different products as economical and readily available options inside your stall. Our Pine River Bedding Double Quick Pick and Pine River Bedding Gold Stallion Pellets have both been on the market for years at this point. Both products are purchased for different reasons.
Both of our products are available in poly bales with caps for outdoor storage. This allows you to keep your inside storage space clear for other needs throughout the year.
Pine River Bedding Double Quick Pick is preferred for the customer that wants to do less coat maintenance on their horses. By using 100% all natural pine sawdust, the feces is coated in sawdust as the horse moves it around the stall. Should the horse roll in the feces, or lie down on top of it, then the sawdust keeps most of the feces from getting onto the coat of the horse.
Pine River Bedding Gold Stallion Pellets are preferred by the customer that is willing to pay a little more for convenience and ease of use. Pellets involve much less labor cost than other horse bedding types when it comes to handling. Additionally, the pellets take up less room to store, and there is less waste to handle as compared to straw. We do recommend that you spray the pellets with some water to make them lighter and fluffier for the horse to lay on.
No matter what choice you make, we are sure that you will love the horse bedding options we have on the market.
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