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EcoPett Bedding

EcoPett Wood Bedding Pellets


This patented product delivers a clean and natural poultry bedding solution. The proprietary product blend outperforms hay, wood shavings, and other bedding options at a lower cost.

EcoPett Bedding

Perfect for horse and other livestock enclosures, this natural, pine pellet animal bedding breaks down easily. It is sustainably produced from Rocky Mountain beetle-killed pine trees. The pellet itself expands up to five times its size when exposed to moisture, making it super-absorbent. Unlike other materials that can become entirely saturated when exposed to moisture, EcoPett Bedding swiftly binds moisture into small areas. That leaves more of the surface dry and comfortable. Additionally, the pellets quickly become a shock absorbent base for your horses and animals change animals to livestock. Pound for pound, EcoPett™ will be the most absorbent bedding you can find—save change save to saving you as much as 50% compared to other bedding solutions.

High Quality

EcoPett’s bedding formulas are specifically engineered for stalls and pens where horse, livestock, small animals, and poultry reside. The compact wood pellets expand to form an all-natural, uniform base that is highly absorbent to moisture, hypoallergenic, safe, and relatively free of dust.

The material that needs to be removed from the stall or enclosure is significantly less than with shavings or sawdust, which saves you money and storage space.  The product is produced from manure/pellets, is high quality, and makes great compost, too.

Benefits of Wood-Pellet Bedding

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Instructions for Use with Equine, Livestock, and Small Animals

Based on a 12′ X 12′ stall, we recommend using approximately 5-6 bags of product to start the stall fresh. If you like, bedding can be softened and breakdown hastened by sprinkling lightly with a small amount of water. After softening completely, this amount provides approximately 4 inches of bedding. This depth provides quick absorbency and trapping of wet spots, thus reducing ammonia levels and keeping the moisture from spreading throughout the rest of the bedding in the stall. You will ultimately use less bedding material if you start the stall with this amount and maintain the average depth of 4 inches of fiber.

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