- Dust Extracted
- Precision Chopped
- Treated With Natural Essential Oils
- Highly Absorbent
- Fresh Fragrance
- Extra Strong Bags
- Natural Product
Equinola Horse Bedding
Equinola horse bedding is made from high quality precision chopped, screened and dust extracted oil seed rape straw (Canola).
Oil seed rape straw is an ideal bedding material as it is highly absorbent.
Our bedding is treated with Lemon scented Tea Tree oil, giving it a lovely lemony aroma with all the benefits that are associated with Tea Tree oil.
You can order pallets of Equinola Horse Bedding direct to your door from us. There are 42 x 19.5kg bales on each pallet.
Equinola Horse Bedding Benefits
- Lemon scented Tea Tree oil acts as a deodoriser against stable smells.
- But what it really excels at is as a powerful insect repellent.
- It offers POWERFUL PROTECTION from mosquitoes, flies, ants and other insects. Lemon
- Scented Tea Tree oil is well known for its extraordinary power as a NATURAL insect repellent.
- Equinola includes a natural bitter tasting herbal mix to deter animals from eating the bedding.
- Equinola horse bedding is packed in extra strong bags for better handling.
- Our bedding has a rapid rotting advantage over some conventional bedding materials
How to use Equinola
Approximate guidelines for laying initial bed in a 12×12 stable or similar
- Ensure stable/rubber matting is clean and dry before laying bed.
- Use about 4-6 bales depending on required depth of bed.
- Use shavings fork to loosen the tightly packed bedding.
- Ideal base is around 6-8 inches deep.
- Some owners also like banks of about 12-18 inches around the walls.
- A deeper bed manages moisture more efficiently and requires less replacement bedding.
- Use a similar depth of bed if using rubber matting to ensure your horse’s comfort.
- Equinola absorbs moisture, clumps together and sinks to the base of the bed leaving the top layer of bedding clean, dry and warm. Therefore Equinola works best when deep littered.
- You can leave the wet bedding in for a long as you wish – some people remove it daily/weekly/monthly or even yearly!
- Skip out daily, and remove any droppings throughout the day if the horse is staying in.
- Keep the bed as firm and level as possible.
- Top up bed with approximately 1-2 bales of Equinola per week (depending on the cleanliness of the horse).
- Take out wet patches as often as you require but Equinola works at it’s optimum when the wet patches are left in for at least a few days.
- If base of bed starts to get too deep you can remove the top layer of wet as often as you require.