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What do you prefer to use for stall bedding?

Wood shavings
Shredded newspaper
Other (please specify)

Total votes cast: 1231

Comments & Write-in Answers

I use wood shavings with a pellet base

1/4/2010 9:44:33 PM

easy to store, easy to manage, soak up wet and odor and break down in the compost pile very quickly

1/4/2010 8:15:04 PM


1/4/2010 6:08:28 PM

My horse is patsured now but in the past I have lined his run in shed with straw in wet periods.

1/4/2010 5:48:16 PM

Rice Hulls

1/4/2010 5:39:19 PM

I generally mix watered pellets and shavings - great combination.

1/4/2010 5:23:15 PM


1/4/2010 4:25:16 PM

Rice hulls

1/4/2010 4:17:58 PM

They eat straw, tried but didn't like pellets, shavings are best.

1/4/2010 3:41:56 PM

corn cobs, pelleted. unbelievably easy to pick!

1/4/2010 3:32:22 PM

With a just striped out stall I add shaving in with the pellets.

1/4/2010 3:14:17 PM

peat moss

1/4/2010 3:06:19 PM

rubber mats in a turn out stall

1/4/2010 3:04:54 PM

The pooper scooper can get most of the manure but I would like to know about shredded newspaper

1/4/2010 2:58:51 PM

we use shavings over anti amonia treated pellets

1/4/2010 2:56:00 PM

sawdust , not the wood shavings its the easiest to pick and does the best at soaking up urine.

1/4/2010 2:34:34 PM

economical, easy to clan, less waste, drier than shavings,

1/4/2010 11:09:33 AM

I buy bagged sawdust.

1/4/2010 10:00:43 AM

I have found that a combination of shavings and pellets work the best for my horses.

1/4/2010 8:42:05 AM

Easy and economical

1/4/2010 2:48:27 AM

green fresh sawdust is the best

1/4/2010 1:03:21 AM

and lots of them! :>)

1/3/2010 6:14:42 PM

wood chip

1/3/2010 4:52:19 PM

I use sawdust. My horses don't have any issues with it. I can get it cheaply from a local sawmill.

1/3/2010 2:32:31 PM


1/3/2010 12:49:10 PM

softer and cleaner

1/3/2010 9:30:15 AM

its okay

1/2/2010 11:04:27 PM

Bags are easy to store and move. Pellets expand with moisture. They absorb much better.

1/2/2010 9:51:58 PM


1/2/2010 9:31:38 PM

saw dust

1/2/2010 6:15:47 PM

easy to store, absorbent, economical, readily available!

1/2/2010 4:08:16 PM

I have a percheron and he will destoy his stall. The pellets keep it incredibly dry.

1/2/2010 2:51:17 PM


1/2/2010 12:48:28 PM

my horses do not stay in stalls

1/2/2010 11:43:04 AM

extra, extra fine

1/2/2010 11:05:13 AM

peat moss over rubber mats - highly abent, easily compostable, minimal wastage, bales easy to store,

1/2/2010 9:16:41 AM

its easy to muck out with, doesnt cost much to replace, my horse loves it becasue its warm :)

1/2/2010 9:02:15 AM

If I had the money, would use rice hulls-they're fantastic

1/1/2010 11:03:12 PM

Easy to clean up.

1/1/2010 10:27:47 PM

bulk sawdust

1/1/2010 9:23:42 PM


1/1/2010 8:59:20 PM

use straw on top of rubber mats

1/1/2010 8:47:41 PM

Its cheap, and durable

1/1/2010 8:39:49 PM

easier to handle and store, more absorbent, smaller manure pile, cost effective, available.

1/1/2010 8:38:47 PM

wood sawdust

1/1/2010 7:12:58 PM

pine sawdust

1/1/2010 5:16:20 PM

use wood shaving at times as well

1/1/2010 4:09:42 PM

My horses eat the straw & newspapers stain light colored horses

1/1/2010 3:31:47 PM

I'm finding they are less dusty, easy to clean stalls, with farmers willing to remove.

1/1/2010 2:28:45 PM

I have no stalls to bed, just a loafing shelter.

1/1/2010 2:23:55 PM

or sawdust

1/1/2010 12:59:32 PM

Great when you work full-time. Only need to muckout fully once a week.

1/1/2010 12:15:43 PM

I really like straw but the cost is expensive and it's hard to get, so shavings are next .

1/1/2010 10:40:08 AM

Aubiose and Hemcore made from the hemp plant. very absorbant, economical, easy to work with

1/1/2010 7:10:26 AM

Our barn uses pellets (more economical & absorb better), but fresh shavings sure smell better!

1/1/2010 6:55:56 AM

Sawdust from white pine, that has been dust remomed

1/1/2010 12:21:56 AM

Sawdust, it's easy to clean out and smells great.

12/31/2009 11:16:21 PM

rubber mats work well with a light application of wood shaving. Urination takes place in the run.

12/31/2009 10:51:26 PM

Pine shavings with pellets in the wet spots.

12/31/2009 10:40:18 PM

Like rice hulls, but hard to get.

12/31/2009 10:36:55 PM

Dustless sawdust... it's like 'shake & bake' on poop clean-up!

12/31/2009 8:47:46 PM

My barn uses pellets but I prefer shavings. Less dust. Softer.

12/31/2009 8:23:34 PM

absorbent, compostable

12/31/2009 8:09:41 PM

rubber mats & wood shaving =perfect bedding

12/31/2009 8:06:59 PM

Shavings most readily available; have dealer who will sell p'up bed load for $10.00

12/31/2009 5:25:50 PM

Use Thoroughbed shavings

12/31/2009 4:49:23 PM

i use savings plus some pellets where the wet area is used most.

12/31/2009 4:33:35 PM

qickest & easiest for stall cleaning

12/31/2009 4:18:22 PM

Chopped cardboard

12/31/2009 3:36:12 PM

concrete floors-rubber pads, suncoast lg shaving with a thin layer of pelleted bedding under neath

12/31/2009 3:26:24 PM

pine, sometimes with a little cedar mixed in for a pleasant smell. Straw with PG mares.

12/31/2009 3:16:23 PM


12/31/2009 3:16:22 PM

smells nice

12/31/2009 3:14:42 PM

sawdust - my horses are rarely in, and it is so easy to clean as well as cheap to purchase

12/31/2009 2:03:43 PM


12/31/2009 1:46:39 PM

decomposed manure

12/31/2009 12:43:41 PM

easier to get out the wet and poo.

12/31/2009 10:45:56 AM

large flake for less dust

12/31/2009 10:05:41 AM

corn cob pellets

12/31/2009 9:47:04 AM

sawdust from where pine logs are sawn into rough lumber, it's easy to pick and not dusty

12/31/2009 9:44:54 AM

corn cob pellets absorb much better than the wood pellets

12/31/2009 7:35:58 AM

Hunt Club bedding

12/31/2009 6:54:03 AM

pine controls odor the best and offers best cushioning when straw not feasible

12/31/2009 5:51:21 AM

coarse sawdust

12/31/2009 3:30:20 AM

we use shavings, and were a host farm for a 'recycling machine' for our old bedding frm the stalls.

12/31/2009 2:31:44 AM

sand in paddocks grass on pasture

12/31/2009 12:35:19 AM

rice hulls

12/30/2009 11:31:49 PM

deep bedding,very absorbent, smells fresh, easy to clean.

12/30/2009 10:19:37 PM


12/30/2009 9:52:30 PM

sawdust (not the fine stuff). it's free and cleans up well. horses like it as well. no problems.

12/30/2009 9:40:10 PM

Rubber mat and large run-out.

12/30/2009 8:57:01 PM

run in shed w/rubber mats

12/30/2009 8:52:58 PM

smells great and abosorbs great!

12/30/2009 8:00:43 PM


12/30/2009 7:02:34 PM

Straw on top of pellets

12/30/2009 5:47:28 PM

Iike fluffy shaving but they are harder to find

12/30/2009 5:15:14 PM

I used straw when my mare was in foal.

12/30/2009 4:50:34 PM

24/7 turnout 365 days a yr! unless its cold then they get blankets.

12/30/2009 4:40:17 PM

Pellets make a cleaner stall and less mass to dump

12/30/2009 4:31:25 PM

Streufex, which is supposed to be labor saving but doesn't seem to be

12/30/2009 3:46:49 PM


12/30/2009 3:40:30 PM

pellets and kiln dried shavings in combination

12/30/2009 2:48:34 PM


12/30/2009 2:37:59 PM

Horse never pees or poops in his bed. Pellets in paddock for pee and poop. works perfectly.

12/30/2009 2:24:43 PM

found straw hard to clean, my one horse ATE the pellets

12/30/2009 2:07:38 PM

Wood shavings work the best, and go longer, even though they arent the cheapest

12/30/2009 1:46:13 PM

rice hulls over pellets

12/30/2009 1:27:01 PM

corrugated cardboard-half inch squares

12/30/2009 1:26:13 PM

They work so much better than shavings and are cost effective

12/30/2009 1:22:38 PM

I buy the premium "dust free" as I have a heavey horse.

12/30/2009 1:18:55 PM

I find wood pellets to be longer lasting & More absorbent then other types. Reduces cost

12/30/2009 1:05:01 PM

But can't afford it!

12/30/2009 12:46:01 PM


12/30/2009 12:31:59 PM


12/30/2009 11:56:54 AM

Wood is so expensive, but we have found paper makes ur pasture look like a garbage spill.

12/30/2009 11:49:17 AM

we use saw dust from a saw mill close to us. the owner takes great care to sell only what may be use

12/30/2009 11:26:00 AM

In winter, straw gets too packed and frozen.

12/30/2009 11:24:40 AM

I mix pine shavings w/ coffee chaff from a local roaster. Chaff is more absorbent, free.

12/30/2009 10:59:59 AM

Easy to clean; keep good for weeks

12/30/2009 10:55:49 AM

combined with a good rubber matting-cant be beaten for hygene,efficiency and resporatory health :-)

12/30/2009 10:55:30 AM

Love the pellets! Saved me $$$ and easier to clean.

12/30/2009 10:32:13 AM

straw for foaling, wood pellets for others

12/30/2009 10:06:51 AM

I combine wood pellets and swift pick shavings.

12/30/2009 10:05:41 AM

Mats and wood shavings

12/30/2009 9:58:13 AM


12/30/2009 9:58:12 AM

easy sift, 6 to 8 inches deep. love it

12/30/2009 9:17:30 AM

Peat Moss

12/30/2009 8:32:36 AM

Would prefer recycled products but no access locally

12/30/2009 8:24:22 AM

It is dust free, soft, absorbent. Diamond cut is easy to pick.

12/30/2009 8:20:50 AM


12/30/2009 8:19:50 AM

Combine w/ stall mats + dry pellets on wet spots

12/30/2009 8:08:54 AM

crushed corn cobs - it is more absorbent and keeps stall dry

12/30/2009 6:54:32 AM

easy to pick through , very little waste

12/30/2009 6:20:55 AM

easiest to manage

12/30/2009 5:55:00 AM

Product right before it would be compressed into pellets.

12/30/2009 5:51:42 AM

sadust/shavings mix.we need research 4 bedding its EXPENSIVE

12/30/2009 5:13:11 AM

At least my TB won't eat.

12/30/2009 3:49:28 AM

A combination of shavings and pellets. The pellets go in the wet spots with the shavings on top.

12/30/2009 3:39:45 AM

I Hate Straw

12/30/2009 2:04:53 AM

We only used straw when mare was expecting-pellets moistened are the best for us and horses as well.

12/30/2009 1:53:46 AM


12/30/2009 1:46:42 AM

we use bush grass hay, thick like straw but edible

12/30/2009 1:44:39 AM

my horse lives outside

12/30/2009 12:36:53 AM

I don't stall my horses

12/30/2009 12:26:34 AM

It cuts my cleaning time by half. Cost is same.

12/30/2009 12:01:51 AM

light soft....picks up moisture and is light and not bulky

12/29/2009 11:50:45 PM

Woody Pet is the best

12/29/2009 11:26:18 PM

pellets absorbs urine, and less waste other than removal of wet spots like clumping cat litter.

12/29/2009 11:19:28 PM

Pellets only work if you purchase the narrow tined pick

12/29/2009 11:10:12 PM

I put about 6 inches of sawdust down and then add straw on top for the winter.The straw lasts longer

12/29/2009 11:07:58 PM


12/29/2009 11:00:58 PM

easy to clean, smaller manure pile than shavings.

12/29/2009 10:49:13 PM

pellets are easier to sift

12/29/2009 10:33:42 PM

finely cut cedar shavings

12/29/2009 10:33:26 PM

Less time for cleaning stalls, more time for horses.

12/29/2009 10:09:38 PM

you can usually mix the wet with the dry for longer lasting bedding between total stall cleaning

12/29/2009 10:02:16 PM

I just LOVE Dry Den. My vet recommended!

12/29/2009 9:57:55 PM

my horse doesn't have a stall

12/29/2009 9:51:07 PM

mix of pellets and shavings

12/29/2009 9:36:27 PM

Pelleted corn cobs under pine shavings

12/29/2009 9:23:22 PM

don't stall horse, only have stall mats on dirt floor - horses are out 24/7.

12/29/2009 9:21:38 PM

I feel it last alot longer in the stalls and absorbs more

12/29/2009 9:16:40 PM

for all but broodmare near foaling, then oat hay

12/29/2009 8:57:22 PM

rice hulls

12/29/2009 8:45:51 PM

Using pellets that break down into sawdust saves us time, money and labor!

12/29/2009 8:42:42 PM

only feasible option in FL!

12/29/2009 8:41:42 PM

Peat Moss

12/29/2009 8:34:38 PM

Pine shavings smell great and are affordable at a local lumberyard.

12/29/2009 8:25:27 PM

Cedar Rest, repels insects and is easy to muck out

12/29/2009 8:20:37 PM


12/29/2009 8:19:43 PM

Americas choice saw dust

12/29/2009 8:19:06 PM

I use a shavings/sawdust combination that works for me. For foaling I use shredded newspaper.

12/29/2009 8:18:27 PM

50/50 mix of rice hulls and sawdust

12/29/2009 8:18:15 PM

Pellets and wood shavings together

12/29/2009 8:17:44 PM

preferably pine but cedar shavings have a nice aroma for the barn

12/29/2009 8:13:39 PM

horses are only in stalls at meal time. Dirt is the flooring.

12/29/2009 8:12:36 PM

Just switched to pellets. It seems to last longer and less disposal. I don't like soaking first.

12/29/2009 8:00:20 PM

Pellets are much easier to clean ...and FASTER

12/29/2009 7:59:25 PM

Easy to dispose of-love the mushroom farms, easy to muck, decent price!

12/29/2009 7:55:14 PM

I love the ease of the pellets, but too expensive and creates dust everywhere, so shavings are next

12/29/2009 7:43:16 PM

my old horses leave so much hay in the stables its used as bedding started off with shavings.

12/29/2009 7:42:44 PM

love the wood pellets

12/29/2009 7:37:09 PM


12/29/2009 7:34:19 PM

I generally use wood shavings in winter as it cuts down on ice balls in the feet.

12/29/2009 7:25:47 PM

course sawdust

12/29/2009 7:25:19 PM

Pellets provide the best soak up method, and easiest to clean up,and saves the other bedding.

12/29/2009 7:24:19 PM

i prefer pine pellets, or other pellets from bamboolike plant, however, i usually use sawdust.

12/29/2009 7:19:38 PM


12/29/2009 7:17:39 PM

Only clean, dry wood shavings. NO walnut! Pine, cypress, cedar mix.

12/29/2009 7:16:50 PM

Sawdust. Will try pellets at some point.

12/29/2009 7:15:30 PM

Pellets are far more absorbent, and make stall cleaning far faster than using straw or shavings.

12/29/2009 7:14:50 PM

i use and prefer pine shavings. some horses will eat straw, newspaper can stain their legs :(

12/29/2009 7:02:20 PM

shredded phone books. It clumps up like cat litter when wet.

12/29/2009 6:59:07 PM

Very difficult to find good quality shavings. Some are so coarse they cause hock sores.

12/29/2009 6:57:22 PM

pine shavings

12/29/2009 6:52:05 PM

Hunt Club Bedding (cardboard) Love it!

12/29/2009 6:52:02 PM

We use chopped straw over rubber matts with some cedar shavings mixed in.

12/29/2009 6:45:28 PM

half ground paper, half wood shaving

12/29/2009 6:33:17 PM

Research studies prove that straw produces more REM sleep and better performance.

12/29/2009 6:26:26 PM


12/29/2009 6:18:01 PM

I like the mini flakes as they are absorbent and easy to sift

12/29/2009 6:13:35 PM

Love Woody Pet. Easy to use, easy to clean and less mess

12/29/2009 5:46:13 PM

They break down nice for a nice soft place to lay and are easy to sift

12/29/2009 5:42:46 PM

the pellets fall apart when sprayed with water and makes much less waste when picking up manure.

12/29/2009 5:34:06 PM

Get a good supply from a small private mill. Otherwise none available.

12/29/2009 5:33:26 PM

I also add Stall Dry to help with the moisture issues between the morning and evening cleanings.

12/29/2009 5:29:16 PM

My yearling horse was allergic to shavings, so I had to switch to pelleted bedding; cleaning is easy

12/29/2009 5:26:27 PM

Fine wood shavings and pellets

12/29/2009 5:25:45 PM

we grow it on the farm/cost effective

12/29/2009 5:23:06 PM

Sawdust - free from mill, absorbs urine great, no heavy horse problems or would use alternate beddin

12/29/2009 5:22:31 PM

We're lucky to be near a saw mill.

12/29/2009 5:21:14 PM

wood shavings 'if' we have to use stalls.

12/29/2009 5:18:26 PM

always did and always will

12/29/2009 5:15:08 PM

I prefer wood shavings because they are more absorbent and less waste.

12/29/2009 5:12:28 PM

Easier to clean,and is cleaner when done, less waste

12/29/2009 5:11:19 PM

quik T pik a fine ground shaving so you never toss the shaving just the manure.

12/29/2009 5:09:58 PM

saw dust

12/29/2009 4:57:58 PM

stalls (dirt floors) are rarely used. horses are turned out 24/7

12/29/2009 4:55:18 PM

composts FAST!, clean, long lasting

12/29/2009 4:54:53 PM


12/29/2009 4:49:35 PM

actually my horse prefers turnout...hooves down!

12/29/2009 4:46:11 PM

We dry the horse POO or droppings and use it as bedding.

12/29/2009 4:45:43 PM

cedar sawdust

12/29/2009 4:42:36 PM

Pine shavings as dust free as I can get them. Have horse with COPD.

12/29/2009 4:40:13 PM

I let a thick, soft (but dry) layer build up over a rubber mat - horse loves it.

12/29/2009 4:38:03 PM

shavings makes it much easier to muck out the stalls and is a good absorbant.

12/29/2009 4:37:12 PM

do to I can get it cheaper

12/29/2009 4:36:47 PM


12/29/2009 4:36:10 PM

pine sawdust

12/29/2009 4:35:03 PM

Wood shavings cover better but pellets are more absorbent

12/29/2009 4:31:00 PM

we mix in pelleted corn cob bedding because it is more absorbant

12/29/2009 4:30:38 PM

I also use pellets for absorption, shaving to keep down the dust.

12/29/2009 4:26:14 PM

Rice Hulls

12/29/2009 4:25:06 PM

I use rubber mats only. My horses urinate in their runs so other bedding is unneccesary.

12/29/2009 4:23:19 PM

Straw on top of wood shavings and pellets

12/29/2009 4:22:00 PM

I like wood shaving over shredded newspaper put down where it's going to get the wettest.

12/29/2009 4:20:49 PM

wood shavings clean and asorbant

12/29/2009 4:15:06 PM

rape straw, dustfree

12/29/2009 4:07:15 PM

My horse lives outdoors and sleeps on CedarRest

12/29/2009 4:03:47 PM

Low dust (one of mine has respiratory sensitivities), good absorption, but expensive.

12/29/2009 4:02:35 PM

stall stays drier, less dust

12/29/2009 4:02:31 PM

Wood shavings used over a Stallskins liner with good drainage underneath.

12/29/2009 4:00:52 PM


12/29/2009 4:00:00 PM

Be aware of pellets, my horse ate his & died from colic.

12/29/2009 3:57:00 PM

From a pro-stall clearner's perspective, shavings are easiest

12/29/2009 3:56:44 PM

We are lucky - in bulk - can be a little dusty - just water them down

12/29/2009 3:55:19 PM

My horses eat the straw and leave their coastal hay,so it's shavings.Haven't tried the others

12/29/2009 3:48:20 PM

Nothing, my horse has a pen attached to his stall and I encourage elimination outdoors by no bedding

12/29/2009 3:47:25 PM

Just rubber mats, sometimes pellets,doesn't do "her business" in her stall

12/29/2009 3:45:45 PM

We use pine sawdust from the local mill with great success.

12/29/2009 3:45:42 PM

Bedding pellets caused colic in 3 well-fed horses

12/29/2009 3:45:37 PM

It takes less time to clean and there is less waste.

12/29/2009 3:45:04 PM

rubber mats & sawdust

12/29/2009 3:42:35 PM

Like pellets but straw is cheap and accessible so use that mostly.

12/29/2009 3:40:38 PM

Rice Hulls

12/29/2009 3:37:42 PM

Horses have 24/7 turnout

12/29/2009 3:36:56 PM

cypress mulch

12/29/2009 3:32:17 PM

I would never use anything else. It is the cheapest and easiest to clean.

12/29/2009 3:32:07 PM

easy to clean and horses stay cleaner.

12/29/2009 3:30:30 PM

Dry Nest is the best. Sun Coast is inhuman. Consistency too rough for any animal.

12/29/2009 3:30:12 PM

2"of wetted down & dried pine scented pellets seem to discourage pooping on the bedding.

12/29/2009 3:26:32 PM

You can't beat pellets - but not all are created equal.

12/29/2009 3:23:52 PM

My horse eats his bedding, so straw's the only thing he can be on! lol, he's a bit food-addicted. :p

12/29/2009 3:23:32 PM

Woodypet has reduced my bedding bill by over 1/3, + it's easier to clean than shavings. I love it!

12/29/2009 3:23:18 PM


12/29/2009 3:21:24 PM

pellets when they choose to be in their stalls 24 hr turnout

12/29/2009 3:21:02 PM


12/29/2009 3:19:59 PM

Saw Dust from a local pallet maker

12/29/2009 3:18:55 PM

rice hulls are great!

12/29/2009 3:16:03 PM

Hands down these are the best I have used

12/29/2009 3:13:46 PM

Sometimes hard to find good clean straw

12/29/2009 3:12:31 PM

Wood shavings on rubber mats

12/29/2009 3:10:57 PM

economical, easier to clean out stalls,

12/29/2009 3:09:16 PM

Pellets when the hose isn't frozen. Otherwise cedar shavings. The pellets are great but dusty.

12/29/2009 3:08:41 PM

rubber mats over 6 inch gravel box, they love it!

12/29/2009 3:08:30 PM

Unfortunately, right now it's wood shavings over lime aggregate. Dust, dust, dust.

12/29/2009 3:07:58 PM

wood shavings on rubber mats

12/29/2009 3:05:54 PM

Easy to clean, economic if cleaned properly, smells good. Neet to watch for dust, though.

12/29/2009 3:01:20 PM

mixture of shavings or pellets and straw

12/29/2009 2:59:32 PM

do not use, have run in sheds

12/29/2009 2:59:09 PM

Clean soft straw or old hay

12/29/2009 2:58:41 PM

Rubber stall mats w/ 12"-14" of shavings. Stalls cleaned 2x daily.

12/29/2009 2:56:01 PM

Rice hulls--relatively cheap, plentiful and the horses love to lay down

12/29/2009 2:56:01 PM

All our horses are pasture horses

12/29/2009 2:54:42 PM

I put pellets down first and then put the wood shavings on top. Pellets soak up moisture.

12/29/2009 2:54:20 PM

Corn cob

12/29/2009 2:50:47 PM

Easy clean up, keeps my horses cleaner, ikeeps them warmer in winter when deeply bedded.

12/29/2009 2:47:13 PM


12/29/2009 2:47:03 PM

Bagged sawdust

12/29/2009 2:46:35 PM

Hay- bale it on the farm, most economical for me

12/29/2009 2:41:35 PM

easy to keep stall clean, don't have to strip very often

12/29/2009 2:35:29 PM

Pellets on wet spot under shavings

12/29/2009 2:33:10 PM

straw is cheaper and easy to pick up off the stall floor.doesn't hurt there feetor get cought in the

12/29/2009 2:30:30 PM

I prefer nice fluffy pine shavings. They're absorbent and bed the stall comfortablely.

12/29/2009 2:28:40 PM

hay pellets - easy clean up, little smell, some dusting, but no more than our west Texas sandstorms!

12/29/2009 2:26:39 PM

Easy to maintain and store; smells fresh in the barn

12/29/2009 2:26:26 PM

Easy to clean and relatively dust free!!

12/29/2009 2:25:01 PM

I loved using pellets because of the ease of cleaning the stalls but because of the expense I have h

12/29/2009 2:24:37 PM

Horses are turned out 24/7

12/29/2009 2:17:09 PM

For outside bedding we use corn stalk bales

12/29/2009 1:29:58 PM

Other: rice hulls are wonderful, soft, low dust, easy to clean!

12/29/2009 12:22:17 PM


12/29/2009 11:35:42 AM

good quality sawdust

12/29/2009 9:31:36 AM

I actually like wood shavings better, but I did a test and the pellets were cheaper for me.

12/29/2009 9:10:14 AM