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Aubiose Bedding

I heard positive comments about Aubiose Bedding, I use wood shavings, Does anybody know where to buy from, They sell it in Omlet, but the delivery cost is prohibitive.
What do people use for bedding, as the days are getting shorter the hens spend more time inside and you need to change the bedding more often.

Adam1
Monday, October 29th, 2018

I just use sawdust mixed with a bit of hydrated lime. The lime killes bacteria and soakes up some of the damp. Interested to hear what others are using with birds that are roaming in and out of the shed.

Tw
Monday, October 29th, 2018

I do use a bale of wood shavings and mix in a good bit of lime

Doctorsroomghost
Tuesday, October 30th, 2018

That's interesting,I was wanting to sprinkle lime in there coups but wasn't sure if it would be bad for the birds so good advice,I'll do that from now on!!!

vmulvany
Tuesday, November 6th, 2018

At this time of year we sell a lot of Stalosan F which is used on the floor of the poultry house and improves bedding quality and reduces ammonia.

See details below.

Stalosan is a unique Broad Spectrum Disinfectant For regular use with all farm livestock, companion animals and poultry.

Stalosan reduces smells, dries bedding, and prevents disease.

It is a scientifically formulated powder, safe to use and easy to apply.

Designed to improve the environment in which all animals and birds are kept by acting on harmful pathogens.

Reducing moisture and potentially dangerous noxious gases such as ammonia.

Used regularly Stalosan prevents disease and the production of ammonia.

This results in a better environment for healthier animals or birds.

Apply at 50 grams per square metre.

https://www.maceoinltd.com/poultry-equipment/poultry-health-...

Flock Master
Tuesday, November 6th, 2018


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