Pine Pellet Horse BeddingEQUINE PINE

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For many years, shavings have been the standard choice for horse stall bedding. But as it is with most products, desire for innovation inevitably leads to the development of superior, more cost-effective alternatives. To this end, Equine Pine horse stall bedding was created. Made from 100% kiln-dried pine pellets, Equine Pine is cleaner, more absorbent, and costs less in the long run versus other horse stall bedding.

Equine Pine is made of 100% pure pine pellets that absorb moisture and destroy odors naturally. The unique make-up of Pine wood bonds with the ammonia and neutralizes it fast! Also, because the Pine absorbs moisture quickly, it makes mucking the stalls much easier and less time consuming, all while reducing the pesky fly population.

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Manufacturer’s Guaranteed AnalysisGrade: Super Premium | Ash: <0.5% | Fines: <0.5% | Moisture: <6.0% | BTUs: 8400

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Equine Pine has several advantages over traditional horse shavings. The graphs below will help show the numerous advantages of using Equine Pine pellets.

Equine Pine is cost efficient because you use so much less of the product than other types of bedding, especially wood shavings. Mucking time and the amount of disposal is also greatly reduced, which calculates to thousands of dollars in savings annually, especially in medium to large sized equine operations.

A problem facing all horse owners, regardless of the size of their operation, is manure management. This is something that is becoming more of a problem with the ever-increasing legislation regarding disposal. Equine Pine is the answer! Disposal volume will be reduced by up to 60%. With wood shavings, the manure pile is more bedding than manure. With Equine Pine you pick only the manure and wet spots and remove very little bedding. When you reduce the amount of waste, you reduce the amount of consumption and cost. In addition, if you are paying to remove the waste, these costs will be dramatically reduced.

Like thousands of tiny sponges, the 100% pure, kiln-dried pine in our pellet bedding absorbs all moisture, naturally neutralizing the ammonia in liquid waste. And because it absorbs so quickly, moisture does not spread under the bedding. You only have to clean out small areas, reducing the amount of product used.

The above graph shows how Equine Pine pellet bedding compares to a major national shavings brand in a recent 3rd party testing.

The kiln dried pine bonds with the ammonia in urine and neutralizes it naturally, greatly improving your horse stall odor control. Along with reducing respiratory ailments, it will also cut down on the fly population. As you can see from the graph above, Equine Pine significantly outperforms traditional shavings and is the best for horse stall odor control.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE:

Equine Pine pine pellet horse bedding is easy to use!

  • Strip Stall
  • Spread pellets evenly – 1″ deep (approximately 5 to 7 bags for a 12×12 stall, adjust accordingly)
  • Spray water lightly on pellets to expand and fluff

MAINTENANCE:

  • Remove solids daily and pick wet spots as they become apparent.
  • Add pellets as necessary (approximately 1 bag a week). Moisten to expand and fluff.
  • Bedding should be slightly moist to the touch, moisten when too dry.
  • Strip stall as necessary (approximately every 4 months) and start fresh.

MANURE MANAGEMENT:

A problem facing all horse owners, regardless of the size of their operation, is manure management. This is something that is becoming more of a problem with the ever-increasing legislation regarding disposal.

Equine Pine® is the answer! Disposal volume will be reduced by up to 50-60%. With shavings, the manure pile is more bedding than manure. With Equine Pine you pick only the manure and wet spots and remove very little bedding. When you reduce the amount of waste, you reduce the amount of consumption and cost. In addition, if you are paying to remove the waste, these costs will be dramatically reduced.

An added bonus is that the used sawdust and manure makes some of the highest quality compost available. There is actually income to be made if you choose to do so. Go to www.o2compost.com and find out more about this. One of the testimonials on the site is from a farm with 12 stalls that used to have removal costs of $4,800 a year. After composting they were selling $7,700 a year to a local tree nursery. That’s a positive swing of $12,500. This was enough to pay for all their bedding needs and then some!

Q. WHY IS EQUINE PINE SO ABSORBENT?

The compressed pine pellets of Equine Pine animal bedding are like thousands of tiny sponges that will absorb up to 3 times their weight in liquid. As you can see by the chart below, Equine Pine is the most absorbent animal bedding available.

Q. WHAT IS “KILN DRIED” AND WHY IS THAT GOOD?

The kiln is a large building that is similar to an oven where the sawdust is heated to dry. This process removes all of the oils and resins which makes the sawdust sterile. These oils create aromatic hydrocarbons, which are harmful to respiratory systems and can cause liver damage.

Q. WILL MY HORSE EAT EQUINE PINE PELLETS?

Horses may taste it but it tastes terrible and it’s so absorbent that it sucks the moisture out of their mouth. The pellets are 100% natural, so they will not harm your horse. Equine Pine horse bedding has been used for many years and no problems have been reported.

Q. DO I NEED A SPECIAL BEDDING FORK FOR CLEANING THE STALL?

You do not require a special bedding fork, but because the pellets are smaller than shavings it is recommended that you use a fork with finer tines. These bedding forks are becoming easier to find with the rapid growth of pelleted beddings. We recommend the Shaken Fork, which you can purchase here: https://shakenfork.com/

Q. IS EQUINE PINE SAFE FOR MY HORSE TO FOAL ON?

Pine is perfect for your horse to foal on! The pine pellets will help to reduce the risk of sources of bacteria, and navel infections. The natural make-up of pine neutralizes the ammonia from horse waste causing for a safer, cleaner environment for a horse to foal.

Q. DOES EQUINE PINE HORSE BEDDING REQUIRE A STALL MAT?

Equine Pine does not require a stall mat, but you will use less product if you do use one.

Why Use Pellet Bedding?

Equine Pine has several advantages over traditional horse shavings. The graphs below will help show the numerous advantages of using Equine Pine pellets.

Equine Pine is cost efficient because you use so much less of the product than other types of bedding, especially wood shavings. Mucking time and the amount of disposal is also greatly reduced, which calculates to thousands of dollars in savings annually, especially in medium to large sized equine operations.

A problem facing all horse owners, regardless of the size of their operation, is manure management. This is something that is becoming more of a problem with the ever-increasing legislation regarding disposal. Equine Pine is the answer! Disposal volume will be reduced by up to 60%. With wood shavings, the manure pile is more bedding than manure. With Equine Pine you pick only the manure and wet spots and remove very little bedding. When you reduce the amount of waste, you reduce the amount of consumption and cost. In addition, if you are paying to remove the waste, these costs will be dramatically reduced.

Like thousands of tiny sponges, the 100% pure, kiln-dried pine in our pellet bedding absorbs all moisture, naturally neutralizing the ammonia in liquid waste. And because it absorbs so quickly, moisture does not spread under the bedding. You only have to clean out small areas, reducing the amount of product used.

The above graph shows how Equine Pine pellet bedding compares to a major national shavings brand in a recent 3rd party testing.

The kiln dried pine bonds with the ammonia in urine and neutralizes it naturally, greatly improving your horse stall odor control. Along with reducing respiratory ailments, it will also cut down on the fly population. As you can see from the graph above, Equine Pine significantly outperforms traditional shavings and is the best for horse stall odor control.

Instruction For Use

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE:

Equine Pine pine pellet horse bedding is easy to use!

  • Strip Stall
  • Spread pellets evenly – 1″ deep (approximately 5 to 7 bags for a 12×12 stall, adjust accordingly)
  • Spray water lightly on pellets to expand and fluff

MAINTENANCE:

  • Remove solids daily and pick wet spots as they become apparent.
  • Add pellets as necessary (approximately 1 bag a week). Moisten to expand and fluff.
  • Bedding should be slightly moist to the touch, moisten when too dry.
  • Strip stall as necessary (approximately every 4 months) and start fresh.

MANURE MANAGEMENT:

A problem facing all horse owners, regardless of the size of their operation, is manure management. This is something that is becoming more of a problem with the ever-increasing legislation regarding disposal.

Equine Pine® is the answer! Disposal volume will be reduced by up to 50-60%. With shavings, the manure pile is more bedding than manure. With Equine Pine you pick only the manure and wet spots and remove very little bedding. When you reduce the amount of waste, you reduce the amount of consumption and cost. In addition, if you are paying to remove the waste, these costs will be dramatically reduced.

An added bonus is that the used sawdust and manure makes some of the highest quality compost available. There is actually income to be made if you choose to do so. Go to www.o2compost.com and find out more about this. One of the testimonials on the site is from a farm with 12 stalls that used to have removal costs of $4,800 a year. After composting they were selling $7,700 a year to a local tree nursery. That’s a positive swing of $12,500. This was enough to pay for all their bedding needs and then some!

FAQ

Q. WHY IS EQUINE PINE SO ABSORBENT?

The compressed pine pellets of Equine Pine animal bedding are like thousands of tiny sponges that will absorb up to 3 times their weight in liquid. As you can see by the chart below, Equine Pine is the most absorbent animal bedding available.

Q. WHAT IS “KILN DRIED” AND WHY IS THAT GOOD?

The kiln is a large building that is similar to an oven where the sawdust is heated to dry. This process removes all of the oils and resins which makes the sawdust sterile. These oils create aromatic hydrocarbons, which are harmful to respiratory systems and can cause liver damage.

Q. WILL MY HORSE EAT EQUINE PINE PELLETS?

Horses may taste it but it tastes terrible and it’s so absorbent that it sucks the moisture out of their mouth. The pellets are 100% natural, so they will not harm your horse. Equine Pine horse bedding has been used for many years and no problems have been reported.

Q. DO I NEED A SPECIAL BEDDING FORK FOR CLEANING THE STALL?

You do not require a special bedding fork, but because the pellets are smaller than shavings it is recommended that you use a fork with finer tines. These bedding forks are becoming easier to find with the rapid growth of pelleted beddings. We recommend the Shaken Fork, which you can purchase here: https://shakenfork.com/

Q. IS EQUINE PINE SAFE FOR MY HORSE TO FOAL ON?

Pine is perfect for your horse to foal on! The pine pellets will help to reduce the risk of sources of bacteria, and navel infections. The natural make-up of pine neutralizes the ammonia from horse waste causing for a safer, cleaner environment for a horse to foal.

Q. DOES EQUINE PINE HORSE BEDDING REQUIRE A STALL MAT?

Equine Pine does not require a stall mat, but you will use less product if you do use one.

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