BEDMAX dust free shavings made specially for horses
BEDMAX Shavings offers you a 100% natural, dust-free horse bedding developed and made specifically to help you keep your horse healthy, happy and comfortable in the stable. Since we began researching how to make the best bedding back in 1998, we’ve been on a mission to highlight why the right choice of bedding is so important to your horse’s health.
Horses in stables need to be able to lie down to achieve deep REM sleep. A comfortable, clean, natural bed enables horses to lie down and rest properly and safely.
How can BEDMAX help YOUR horse?
BEDMAX shavings are purpose-made specifically to help you maintain the health and welfare of your horse in the stable.
Better for horses…
- Dust removed during manufacture.
- Provides support for hooves.
- Manages moisture.
- Cushions hocks and joints.
- Improves rest & maintains hygiene.
Better for owners…
- Peace of mind – use the best!
- Easy to use.
- A single pack goes a long way.
- Long lasting.
- Great value.
Why is BEDMAX special?
- Manufactured from fresh timber.
- Made mostly from Scots Pine.
- Larger flakes.
- Controlled drying.
- Dust extracted.
- Bedding is potentially the biggest source of dust in the stable, and dust can impair or seriously damage your horse’s respiratory system. BEDMAX has one of the lowest levels of dust and spores on the market.
- Your horse’s hooves need firm, resilient support. Our larger flakes provide it. We also dry BEDMAX to a controlled moisture content to prevent hooves from drying out and cracking.
- Maintaining hygiene effectively is crucial and difficult. We make BEDMAX shavings from fresh pine because pine offers unique antibacterial action against harmful bacteria and fungi. We also dry our shavings at sterilising temperatures during production.
- BEDMAX shavings help create a clean, supportive bed that encourages horses to lie down and rest, and cushions hocks and other joints from damage.
- Poor bedding and bedding management exposes horses to greater contact with ammonia, which can damage the respiratory system and attack the structure of the hoof.