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Reviews for Aubiose Bedding - 20kg

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fantastic big pack! -

i use this bedding in my eglu go and sprinkled in my extended run - its an enormous pack and after a month im only a bit into it- it is great in the compost with all the chicken droppings- the chickens seem very happy in it/ with it and my veggie patch will love it next year !

Perfect bedding for chickens, packet lasts for ever! - Hampshire,

Bought this in august 2011 when I got my chickens and I'm no more than a third through the packet. No dust, very absorbent and makes the eglu easy to clean. Perfect!

Excellent product, easy to keep coop clean. -

Excellent product, easy to keep coop clean.

Excellent product -

Very absorbent easy to use product easy to lay out and spread

Good product -

Good Product. Very well suited for bedding. Chickens love it.

Just the job! -

Aubiose bedding was recommended to me for the nesting area of the Eglu Classic, and to loosely scatter over the roosting racks where it drops through onto the tray that I line with newpspaper. I am very pleased with it and don't see that anything could improve on it.

Dry, warm and comfy! -

This is really absorbent bedding which your chooks will appreciate. Its compostable and therefore easy to use. It does throw off a little dust but that would be its only downfall.

bedding -

This is an excellent product, I am now ordering another bail.

Brilliant -

Very pleased with this product. So much easier to clean out than the straw and hay I had always used up until now.Iam a complete convert! Reminds me almost of using cat litter as you only scoop out the dirty bits leaving behind the clean stuff.The chickens seem very happy with it too.

perfectly happy -

Really is absorbent, appears to be pretty economical too. Nice to handle. In my chicken house the chickens come in to lay and only need to step one foot on the bedding before they are in their nesting box, so when its a bit muddy outside the eggs still get muddy feet on them.... but not the beddings fault!

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