A L L S U P A S H R E D P A C K A G I N G I S R E - U S E D T O R E D U C E E N V I R O N M E N A L I M P A C T
Paper bedding does not contain toxic materials or allergens which can sometimes be found in straw or shavings for example; dust, chemicals, fungi spores, parasites or weeds.
A distressed horse will be calm and comfortable with paper bedding which is free from irritants thus avoiding hair loss and skin disorders.
Paper bedding eliminates bed eating.
Studies at the University of Vermont, Ohio and Pennsylvania USA have shown ground newspaper to be four to six times more absorbant than straw.
Properly managed, paper bedding is cheaper than other bedding materials and may reduced costly medical bills.
Q: My horse has a constant cough, will Supashred help?
A: Yes, research has shown that changing to a dust-free bedding can help respiratory problems.
Q: Will my horse stop eating his bedding with Supashred?
A: Yes, finely shredded newspaper is not very palitable to horses.
Q: Is shredded paper harmful to the land?
A: No. Newspaper print is vegetable-based and therefore harmless.
Q: How long will it last?
A: As a general rule, shredded paper lasts twice as long as straw thereby saving you money.