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Animal Care: You want the very best to ensure your animal’s health and comfort? Our kiln dryed Pine shaving bedding is premium quality and dust free. Pure pine shavings for horses and animals that provides maximum cushioning and great absorbency. Our fresh, natural pine is consistent in quality and volume per bale, and easier on your budget than many alternative bedding materials.
Pine wood shavings used in stalls provide horses with protection against cold floors and give the stables an airier and lighter appearance. Soft wood shavings are also gentler on horse hooves and cows.Wood shavings are a great example how felled trees can be utilized without wasting anything. For example, the planning of construction timber materials produces wood shavings, which can be carefully screened to provide a home-grown, ecological bedding material for animals. Wood shavings for bedding are a 100% natural product!Although there are various tree species being used for wood shavings, if you are looking for horse or chicken bedding, your best option is pine wood shavings. Not only does pine smell wonderfully aromatic thanks to natural odor-absorbing oils, but it is also antibacterial and has ammonia-reducing properties. At Holkay we installed the MF911Dust Extractor to remove the fine dust from the shavings. The resulting shavings are nearly dust-free and they can absorb twice their weight in liquid.Good wood shavings are soft and warm for use as bedding in animal shelters. They are a safe and consistent option, as the shavings go through a careful screening process. This means that the shavings won’t contain sharp wood splinters which could harm the animal. Wood shavings for bedding are produced when wood such as artificially dried pine or spruce is planed. For example, horses, cows and many other smaller animals spend a lot of time indoors. That is why it is important to use only clean and consistent shavings as bedding material. They must also have a low spore count. This provides air quality which is healthy for both animals and us humans. Used shavings can be disposed of as dry waste or composted.
WHEIGHT PER FRIGHT: ± 30TUNWHEIGHT PER BAG: ± 18–20KGQUANTITY BAGS PER FRIGHT: ± 1500
Chromated copper arsenate (CCA) is a wood preservative that has been used for timber treatment since the mid-1930s. It is a mix of chromium, copper and arsenic (as Copper(II) arsenate) formulated as oxides or salts, and is recognizable for the greenish tint it imparts to timber. CCA was invented in 1933 by Dr. Sonti Kamesam, an Indian scientist, and was awarded its first patent (British) in 1934.CCA is known by many trade names and is the world’s most widely used wood preservative. It is manufactured to national and international standards depending on the country of intended use, including AWPA P23-10 for the USA and SANS 673 for South Africa, and each manufacturer needs to comply with these standards.