Shredded Paper makes an excellent, dry, absorbent bedding material for use on cow cubicles. Paper-bed is produced from crushed plasterboard. The product is shredded down to finger nail sized pieces of paper, cleaned and screened to produce a soft open mix.
The product is easily handled through a tractor mounted bedding dispenser and very absorbent.
Paper-bed is very competitively priced and available in bulk loads across much of England and Wales.
Typical usage rates 1.0kgs - 2.5kgs per cow cubicle per day. With a bedding cost of 6 - 10 pence per cow, Paper-Bed beats most other bedding materials.
Paper-Bed is One of the Most Cost Effective Cubicle Bedding Materials Available
Advantages of Paper-Bed
- Comfortable, Dry and Inert Bedding Material
- Paper-Bed is dry, warm and very absorbent
- Great for cow comfort
- Produces a cushioned, springy bed
- Very comfortable to lie on with minimal hock damage
- Cows stay very clean
- Dry product so needs to be stored indoors
- Delivery in bulk walking floor loads
- Competitively priced and very cost effective to use
- Typical usage rates of 1.0kg - 2.5kg/cow/day
- Costs are lower than most bedding materials at 6 - 12 pence per cow cubicle per day
Paper-Bed is one of the most effective bedding materials available for use on cow mats and mattresses. Due to the cost effective nature of the product, Paper-Bed can be used generously and built up at the front of the cubicles for extra cow comfort. This means that cows can be bedded up 2 - 3 times per week with the backs of the beds cleaned off twice a day for maximum cleanliness and good hygiene.
Paper-Bed Extra is a new, more refined, finer, lighter and fluffier paper bedding which is very absorbent and goes much further than the standard Paper-bed product.
Paper-Bed beats Most other Cubicle Bedding Materials
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Cheaper and more effective solutions to hygiene in cubicle housing
For information on other cubicle bedding: RWN Cattle Bedding Products
For advice on improving cow comfort and hygiene in livestock housing contact Richard Webster