Wood Pellets for Horse Bedding
Wood Pellets are a sensible solution to horse bedding. Activated with water, they swell to 3x their original weight to deliver a comfortable and abosorbent bed for horses.
What are the benefits?
Wood Pellets are compressed natural wood and are a highly absorbent sponge when in contact with any liquids.
3 x Faster to Muck Out
Reduces the muck heap by up to 4 times
Rapidly Absorb 350% + of their weight
100% Sterile - No Bacteria, Contaminants due to production process!
Healthier for your horse, you and your stables. It’s 100% organic. The high temperatures it is exposed to during process also means it is free from any contaminants or bacteria that can hide away in products such as hay.
A bigger-picture benefit is that pine pellet horse bedding is environmentally friendly, with all wood sourced from responsibly managed and sustainable forestry. It is completely 100% biodegradable and safe for the environment.
"Switching to pellet bedding has saved me so much time mucking out the horses each day, the pellets are white and look fresh so I can spot trouble zones, remove and top them up."
How to set up your stable with Pure Wood Pellets (video)
Why Pure Wood Pellets?
There's a range of pellets on the market today to choose from, not only pine pellets but there are straw, rice, oak. It's confusing and doesn't help that many of them can look the same at a glance. Our pellets are Pine Wood Pellets, known for their fresh natural pine smell.
We only sell white wood pellets, coming from the higher quality interior of the tree. We source our wood from the shavings of a local furniture factory when they are turning their wood into furniture. It is then compressed under high heat to form a pellet.
We are a premium pellet, with the pellet line certified under the highest European standards and operate strict quality control.
We are reliable, have consistent supply and we are always happy to help.
We are Double Dust Extracted
When you buy Wood Pellets for horse bedding pay attention to the dust factor inside the bag, UK Veterinary scientists are calling for stables to be using dust free or low dust content wood pellets to help their horses with asthma. Here are some more of their helpful guidelines
Horses with respiratory disease benefit from minimal dust environments
Turn out as much as possible and avoid hay and straw, unless horses are allergic to pollen, in which case turn-out will not help
Choose dust free bedding, ideally for all horses using the same airspace.