Game Bird Cardboard Bedding

Game Birds



Cardboard bedding works exactly like shavings, but there’s no dust and it’s fully biodegradable. It’s lightweight, easy to handle, and has insulating properties helping keep chicks warm during those important first weeks – especially as young chicks have a poor ability  to maintain body temperature. Chicks will find it hard to move the bedding with their feet – reducing the chances of exposing the cold floor.

In addition to its insulating properties, cardboard is also absorbent making it an ideal choice for keeping your game bird housing clean and dry, eliminating moisture that can lead to the growth of bacteria and other pathogens that can harm birds. By using cardboard as bedding, you’ll keep the housing clean and hygienic.

Our cardboard bedding also environmentally friendly. It’ll rot away completely in 10-12 weeks and can be spread directly into the land putting fibre back into the soil,  preventing 'run-off' and 'Soil Loss', both major contributing processes to soil degradation.

We created our bedding with health & sustainability in mind.

ELITE Animal Bedding has many features you wouldn’t find in other types of bedding, including an extremely low dust content. Our bedding is comfortable, supportive bedding and can be used in stables or a wide range of animal enclosures. It's made from a 100% recycled source, and it's easily compostable. 


We offer nationwide delivery and can supply small orders or large bulk deliveries.

Elite Animal Bedding Testimonials



"Most cost effective, a lot more absorption than my regular bedding. Composts better so more ECO. It was easier to muck out than taking out half the bedding as I would normally, as it didn't stick to the bedding, so easier to sieve out. Pretty much dust free as well so great for horses who may have respiratory problems like COPD."



"I find ECO Animal Bedding very good, as it's easy to muck out, and the stables aren't as wet since I've been using it."



"ECO Animal Bedding would benefit a lot of people as it seems to work well with most of the animals on my farm. The bedding is highly absorbent and would probably rot down quicker in the muck pile than wood shavings."