HempBed-E Poultry Bedding is chopped hemp bedding for poultry with added eucalyptus - compressed 15kg bales available only from Flyte so Fancy. Bulk buy pallet delivery of 20 bales of Hemp Bedding.
HempBed-E Bedding makes cleaning so much easier, needed less frequently because it goes further, and leaves the chicken coop smelling fresh and healthy.
Chopped hemp is a natural, dust-free, quick to compost, sustainable, eco-friendly product.
It has odour eating properties, is highly absorbent and, with HempBed-E, has an added boost - Eucalyptus has been added to the mix and offers a natural way of freshening up your hen house.
Eucalyptus is well known as a mild decongestant, which can also kill airborne germs in winter, is anti-bacterial, and much of our research points to its anti-mite properties as well.
HempBed-E Bedding absorbs up to 12 times more liquid than straw and 4 times more than shavings. It is used widely as bedding for horses because of its great absorbency and natural fly repellent qualities.
HempBed-E cannot be used for Guinea Pigs or other Cavies as Eucalyptus is toxic to them.
Please Note: Hemp is a naturally grown fibrous plant so there will be variations of texture and colour with the seasons depending on when it was harvested. This is perfectly natural and does not make it any more or less effective.
Shortly after your order is received we will email you with a delivery date, please allow up to 7 working days for delivery.
Delivery is via Pallet delivery company (small lorry) and we will confirm the day in a separate email. Pallet delivery charges start at £59 (based on postcode and weight). See Delivery Information.
Friendly and helpful company to deal with. Excellent quality products and service. Reliable delivery every time.
Hen houses very well made and built to last. A great service all round. Quality product - never buy another type of bedding ever!!
The delivery man wanted to dump the 20 bales of hemp with pallet at the beginning of the short drive, blocking car access, saying he wasn't required to move it further. A friend staying had to persuade him to put it in the car port, which we had cleared, and has good access. Previous drivers have been happy to stack pallets of the hardwood chip there.
I am sorry Fiona - sometimes a we can get a driver that is a bit of a 'jobsworth' unfortunately but, as you say, the vast majority of drivers are extremely helpful.