I started using this a month ago and I’ve used about half so far so I’d say one bag will last me 2 months (spot cleaning once a day, full changeover once a week). I’m going to try composting it though because too many rabbit litter bags are piling up in the black bin. I could probably go longer without spot cleaning and save on throwing so much of it out but I like a clean litter box! I like that this is safe to eat in small quantities unlike paper bedding or cat litter, and although similar in texture to sawdust doesn’t give breathing problems since it’s dust free. Just wish I could save more on waste.
This reviewer has 2-4 pets
I bought this a month or two back as a new hay to try for my quail. It's good and light and not prickly like the usual straw I can buy, but I still add some soft hay to their nesting boxes.
This reviewer has 8-10 Quail pets
This bedding is wonderful for smaller animals eg rabbits etc and very clean to use. However if you have several hens (over 6) I
would recommend normal hay as this stuff is difficult to handle
don't misunderstand me it is very good and clean but better for smaller animals.
I bought this as an experiment. The product I usually buy, the eco cardboard bedding, was no longer available. I am happy with it and would buy it again. My rabbit also appears to like it too. It’s a bit messy but does the job
This is excellent value for money; it lasts ages and goes straight into the compost bin after use. The hens nest on it (in our Eglu Go) and the guinea pigs seem to like it their large indoor home; very snug for all the animals.
Tried this for the first time as didn't like using wood shavings for house bunnies,(what we previously used is discontinued).nice,clean product,no smells from bunnies and they don't carry it all around the house,as they did with wood shavings.Also tried using this with our ducks,nice soft and absorbent.Easy to dispose of and lightweight.
All arrived well packed and as promised.
I have switched from the traditional wood shavings. The hens don't seem affected by the switch and it is a much nicer material to clean up. There appears to be less sticking and less odour.
Bought this after reading reviews and thought I'd try it. My chickens seem to like it. The only down side to it is that if used in the eglu cube nesting area, newspaper has to be put down first otherwise it all falls through the hole.
This large bag of fine, compressed wood-chips has lasted an extremely long time for our 4 girls. We still have about 20% of it left after regularly filling up the dropping trays in our Cube.