The easi range of animal beddings are made by Hadfield Wood Recyclers, one of the UK’s oldest and largest wood recycling companies founded more than 35 years ago.
All our beddings are made from recycled wood which undergoes a stringent cleaning process before being processed into our award winning products. Having been farmers ourselves, we know the value of having a good quality bedding that not only beds down your animals but enhances their health and well-being as well. That’s why we created the easirange of animal beddings. All our beddings are the result of extensive research and development, working with horse lovers, poultry keepers and farmers to ensure they do what you need them to. easibed for horses is dust extracted, while easichick and easicattle are treated with organic additives to help them improve the health of your animals. All three beddings have Organic Farmers and Growers certification and can be spread on land as part of an organic system.
What customers have to say about easirange animal bedding products
We use easibed on our whole yard and find it so easy to keep the beds really clean. We're away at shows all year round and even at the busiest times easibed allows us to maintain consistent high standards on the yard, which is important because it keeps the horses healthy and jumping at their peak.
When choosing litter types and sources for poultry, consistent physical quality, good microbiological status, and delivery with good biosecurity are all important. Poultry Health Services has worked closely with the manufacturers of easichick for many years to help ensure that it delivers this for the poultry industry and all other users of their products. We have always found the company to be very responsive to the needs of our clients
I'm absolutely convinced our horses are more comfortable and content in their stables because of easibed, which results in more focused performance in training and competition.
It has also helped with their breathing and definitely contributed to our success.
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