easichick is a dust free wood fibre bedding which has been specially designed for poultry and other birds
easichick boasts a host of benefits not found with traditional poultry beddings, making it an ideal choice for anyone looking to provide the best for their birds from day old chicks to adult birds, while saving themselves time cleaning out houses. And because less bedding is used it proves more economical too.
easichick is biosecure making it bacteria free*, which is great not only for protecting the health of your birds and chicks, but also for protecting the health of unhatched chicks because it guards against bacteria travelling through the shell. Because easichick is absorbent and free draining, it doesn’t get wet on top and it lasts longer in poultry houses than traditional beddings, hence less time is spent cleaning it out.
Birds love dust bathing in easichick as part of their natural behaviour. And bird owners love it because it is less messy and ideal for soaking up muddy runs in winter.
easichick also has Organic Farmers and Growers approval so can be composted and spread on your garden.
*Using standard laboratory tests with a limit of detection of 20 organisms/gram (Aspergillus), 10 organisms/gram (enterobacteria) and 1 viable organism/25 g (Salmonella).
Why our customers love easichick…
“Unlike wood shavings easichick doesn’t absorb water, which means it’s easier to keep dry in our damp winters and it maintains its friability.”
It’s brilliant stuff, so easy to clean I can just sweep it up, and it’s great for the chicks in the nest boxes because it means their feet don’t get clogged up – shavings just don’t perform in the same way.”
“I like that the bedding doesn’t blow around the garden and they have a lovely thick comfortable bed that stays dry.”
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