Horse Hemp Bedding

Aligning with our foundation of naturally-based products, Enviro Equine & PET offers a line of equine hemp bedding to keep your horses more comfortable and healthier. Chemical-free and biodegradable, hemp bedding produces much less dust than pine pellets and wood shavings, which is perfect for horses and owners with respiratory and allergy problems. Additionally, hemp is more comfortable and softer, so horses are more likely to lay down and achieve full sleep cycles, and it traps odors associated with ammonia smells in horse stalls or anywhere pets produce pesky odors. Luckily for you stall muckers, hemp absorbs four times its weight, meaning you can spend less time cleaning as well as less time and money cleaning up after your animals.

+ For Horses with Allergies
+ Supports Respiratory Ailments
+ 100% Biodegradable
+ Highly Absorbent
+ Virtually Dust Free

+ Controls Flies & Parasites

EnviroEquine Hemp Horse Bedding is best ordered by the pallet or full truckload for the greatest savings and cost efficiency. One Stall will require approximately 2 pallets of bedding per year (usage will always depend on the horse, as well as your own preferences).

Bales per Pallet: 21 (924 lbs. per pallet, 44 lb. bales)

Please fill out the form below for pricing and dealer locations near you.

A liftgate service fee will apply if no dock or forklift will be available for offloading.

Fact Sheet

View and/or download the Hemp Bedding fact sheet:
Fact Sheet Hemp Bedding

How It Works

The daily and weekly care of your bed is very different to using other bedding materials. Less is more with EnviroEquine Bedding!

  1. Pick the manure daily – Your muck bucket should contain 99% manure and only a tiny bit of bedding!
  2. Every 5 to 10 days, scrape the dry layer off to reveal the wet underneath – if the base is brown pull the dry back over and leave for a few more days – brown bedding is still absorbing and is what give you the perfect bedding base. If the wet layer is red rather than brown, it’s time to remove it. Scrape any dry bedding away from this patch, and remove the saturated bedding. You should have no more than ½ to a full wheelbarrow. Only take out the red patch, the rest of the dry base layer should left intact.
  3. To deep litter just remove droppings and top up as required. EnvirEquine bedding should save a lot of time if managed correctly, and you should use no more that one bale per week even with the messiest of horses.

Download Set Up Guide

Horse Bedding Set Up Guide


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Horse Hemp Bedding

Horse Hemp Bedding