Bedding pellet box setup! Lets go!

Let's get started using bedding pellets in your new box and learn how it works

EquinePure Pellets Setup New

  1. Slice open the bags in the form of an X, from corner to corner.
  2. Pour about 9 liters of water (one bucket) into each bag.
  3. Wait for the magic to start! The pellets will expand in the bag, with the pressure increasing, forcing the water deeper into the pellets. Once the EquinePure has stopped visibly rehydrating and expanding in the bag, tip the bag over and empty onto the floor.
  4. Rake and shake the bedding, turning it over several times, then leave it to continue hydrating.
  5. Rake periodically over the next 15 - 30 minutes.
  6. If after 30 minutes there are pellets which have not expanded, use a watering can with a sprinkler nozzle or a hose set to fine mist to lightly sprinkle the areas which have not expanded. It is important to rake deeply to the bottom to break up any clumps and even up the bedding.
  7. DO NOT OVERWATER!! Less is more, you can always add more water if you need to.
  8. Depending on your climate, the rehydrating EquinePure bedding may continue to expand for over 24hrs as it absorbs moisture from the atmosphere. You will come back in the morning and find that the bedding has gotten so much deeper!

Bedding Maintenance.

Liquid will be completely absorbed below the surface - keeping it dry on top. Locate wet spots and gently remove as completely as possible. EquinePure bedding will adhere to and coat manure, making it easy to muck out.

In areas with low humidity, a weekly light sprinkle with a watering can reactivates and fluffs bedding that has dried out too much.

Expanding Bags EquinePure Pellets


Use one bag per week to replace the mucked out bedding.

You will know the bedding has reached the end of its life when it won't fluff up anymore. If bedding ever becomes completely pulverized, water the bedding well first, then clean out the box and start fresh, just like you would do with any bedding.


• Do not overwater the pellets in the bag. The bedding should be slightly damp on rehydration but never wet.
• Overwatering will interfere with the rehydration process.
• Do not toss rehydrated bedding into the air to fluff. A deep rake is all you need to do.
• EquinePure bedding is 100% biodegradeable.

A Tip for "wet" Horses.

Wet horses can be difficult to manage. If you are stabling them on concrete or rubber flooring, it's even more difficult than being on a dirt floor because the wee isn't absorbed and just sits there saturating the bedding. If your horse wets and walks, he will spread the wee all through the bedding, making it challenging to muck out completely.

With EquinePure bedding, wet horses still need to be managed. But try this training trick. Only put a little bit of bedding into their box and put most of it into a corner until they learn that is where they have to wee. Most horses get it pretty quickly that there is a place for them to go. Once they start weeing only in the corner where the bedding is, introduce more bedding. If they wee everywhere again, reduce the bedding again. Eventually most horses get the lesson and begin to make less mess in their box. Give it a try!

Checkout this video on setting up a stable.

EquinePure Pine Pellets

EquinePure Pelleted horse stable bedding pellets are free of chemicals, pesticides, contaminents and recycled material of any kind. Free of stones, dirt, metal and insects. No oils, fragrances, herbs or any other substance present that may cause a positive swab.

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EquinePure Pellets are a 100% Australian owned and operated product and brand new on the market. It has been launched after a long and extensive manufacturing and field-testing process under different Australian conditions and with different types of horses of all ages. We are proud of our pellets and appreciate the opportunity to provide you with the absolute best in pine stable bedding.