easibed is a break-through in horse bedding. Its dust free and supportive properties have made it a favourite with horses and their owners alike for more than 15 years.
Made from clean recycled wood, easibed provides a comfortable, free-draining and economical bed for your horse to live on, and a dust free, healthy environment for you to work in. The consistency of easibed means it gives a supportive and free-draining bed, allowing the wet to drain through to the base where it’s absorbed, and leaving the top dry and comfortable for your horse, creating a bed it won’t want to leave! What’s more, you use less easibed than you would with traditional beddings such as straw and shavings, so you spend less time mucking out and your muck heap is smaller – saving you time and money! easibed has Organic Farmers & Growers certification, so it can also be spread on land as part of an organic farming system. What more could you ask for?
Why our customers love easibed…
easibed creates a dust free, supportive environment which enables my horses to perform at their best.Michael Whitaker
easibed is everything we need, it’s absorbent and most importantly we can keep the boxes exceptionally clean.Yard manager
easibed helps us provide warm and comforting stables for our rescued horses in need of veterinary treatment or on box rest.Redwings Horse Sanctuary
The UK’s leading supplier of dust free equine bedding…
easibed is stocked in over
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Woody’s easibed horse of the month is…
Lois Ellis-Briggs bought Gryffindor, now 12 years old, for her husband Andy to help him learn to ride and for some stress relief from his high pressured job. Sadly Gryff was diagnosed with severe arthritic changes to his coffin joints so Andy hasn’t been able to ride as much as he’d hoped and meant that their choice of bedding for him was really important as it needs to be as supportive as possible.
“As easibed is more supportive than some other beddings, it helps him get up and down more easily and he really does enjoy laying down on his bed,” said Lois.
They had always tended to have his legs clipped, but easibed doesn’t stick to manes, feathers or tails, so they’ve decided to let them grown back. “We might give some in-hand showing a go this year, he’s such a handsome horse and I’d also like to get Gryff fit enough to do a few fun rides,” said Andy.
Lois added, “It’s great easibed so easy to muck out, its most definitely has the right name!!
If you’d like to be our easibed Horse of the Month send us your photo and a few details to email@example.com.
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How to use easibed
Setting up an easibed stable is simple. Just follow these steps:
Start with a clean stable. If you have rubber matting, ensure this is clean and dry before laying easibed.
Add easibed to a depth of at least six inches. Set the bed with a good quality shavings fork, so that it is level and firm.
Move your horse in and enjoy the benefits of a dust free environment for you and your horse.
Periodically remove all easibed, and clean and dry mats before laying fresh bedding.
Enjoy more time riding!