Hemp Bedding & Odor Control
Hemp Bedding and Bedding Buddy
Make your money stretch even more by keeping your bedded areas fresh and dry with Bedding Buddy! If you’re looking for the power couple to keep your coop and stalls fresh, pair hemp bedding with this product! Hemp is super absorbent—making it cost effective and odor-fighting. This dream team composts in a jiff and doesn’t burn fields when cast with a manure spreader.
Old Dominion Hemp Bedding 33# Bale
Hemp Bedding is a 5 cu. ft. bale comprised of the chopped stalks of the industrial field crop. Hemp is perfect for those sensitive to allergens and dust found in alternative animal bedding. To optimize absorptive qualities, hemp should be misted with water prior to use. For chicken coops, one bale of hemp will cover an 8’ x 8’ area. For horses, three bales will cover a 12’ x 12’ area. Hemp is very compostable and is great for adding to gardens to overwinter and add more natural nutrition to your soil.
Hemp undergoes a natural oxidation process during the drying period that can result in darkening of the finished product. The coloration can range from tan to dark brown.
Bedding Buddy 25#
New Country Organics proudly presents a loving companion for your favorite poultry or livestock bedding material: Bedding Buddy! Made from carefully selected, OMRI Listed ingredients, Bedding Buddy absorbs moisture and neutralizes harmful odors in all animal living areas.
Have you ever walked into a barn and been shocked by the odor of animal wastes? That’s the ammonia talking. Ammonia is a byproduct of urea and/or certain manure proteins being broken down by bacteria. It is harmful to your animals’ respiratory tracts, and if we’re being honest, it just stinks! If you can smell it, the ammonia concentration in the air is already high enough to do harm. More importantly, ammonia concentrations are even higher at the ground level, so your animals’ lungs are more impacted by the gases when they are eating from the barn floor or lying down to rest. [learn more]
The release of ammonia gases can be the first thing you smell in an animal living area, but it can also be a silent attacker if your bedding or current deodorizer simply masks the odor itself. That’s why having a powerful neutralizer is important.