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ComfyBed® Equine Bedding: Keep Calm and Get Comfy


  1. Virtually Dust-Free
  2. Very dry
  3. Very absorbent
  4. Excellent drainage
  5. Provides maximum cushioning
  6. Odourless
  7. Doesn’t cling to tails and manes
  8. Completely natural and biodegradable
  9. Easy to muck out
  10. Low maintenance
  11. Easy to handle (23kg bales)
  12. Waterproof bale enables neat external storage

How to use: 

  1. Clean out the stable
  2. For a 12′ x 12′ stable, spread 10 bales of ComfyBed®
  3. Adjust the recommended ratio depending on the stable size
  4. Spread ComfyBed® with a rake ensuring a depth of 6″ throughout
  5. Reintroduce your horse to the stable
  6. Droppings can be easily removed with a fork without much bedding loss
  7.  Add 1-2 bales of ComfyBed® per week by replacing bedding in any excessively soiled areas
  8. Removed material is ideal for compost

Why ComfyBed® is best: 

  1. Shavings are not very absorbent, tend to have a high moisture content and are notoriously dusty which may contribute to equine respiratory problems.  They also tend to cling to horses’ tails and manes.
  2. Wood Pellets are preferred to shavings as they are drier but are difficult to muck out without excessive bedding loss due to their small dimensions.
  3. Straw is not particularly absorbent, it can be costly, dusty, mouldy, is also edible and is bulky in storage.
  4. Peat Moss is a soft bedding however it can be dusty, dark and dirty.
  5. Shredded Newspaper is costly, it can be blown around, it gets soaked and there is a shortage of supply.
  6. Cedar Bedding is not recommended as it resists decomposition and also, some horses have a skin sensitivity to cedar.

Contact us now to discuss your ComfyBed® requirements.