With a wide range of horse bedding available, from straw to shavings, wood pellets to chopped cardboard, Horse & Hound can help you choose the right one for your horse

There’s now a huge variety of horse bedding on the market and so we have weighed up the pros and cons of different materials to help you make a decision

Costs of bedding are rising due to horses being kept in for much of the winter, plus a decline in the building trade, of which shavings are a by-product


New “eco-friendly” horse bedding Equibright launched

Equibright, a new “eco-friendly and cost effective” horse bedding, made of soft, clumped briquettes that break down as you or your horse walks on it, has been launched.


New pallet system for animal bedding designed

Hadfield Wood Recyclers has designed a new pallet system for animal bedding to offer a smaller stack size for easier storage and more efficient delivery


Super-absorbent and easy-to-store horse bedding launched

Verdo Renewables UK claims Verdo Horse Bedding is less wasteful, more hygienic and significantly more cost effective than many traditional beddings

Contact details for suppliers of alternatives to straw bedding

Bedmax has launched its first new equestrian product in 10 years — Littlemax


Straw shortage? Try an alternative bedding

If there is a straw shortage this winter, it might be time for horse owners to try out one of these alternative beddings


Cheaper wood pellet product offered by bedding company

White Horse Bedding has introduced a cheaper Value pellet bedding to help cash-strapped customers


New cardboard bedding launches

Green Mile has created a new bedding material from corrugated cardboard, which it claims is better than other traditional beddings