At P.H. Winterton, we provide many high quality services. These include providing premium sawdust, shavings and other quality forms of animal bedding. To accompany the fact that we take the greatest pride in supplying quality animal bedding so that your animal remains safe, comfortable and healthy; we care about what happens after you have finished using your animal’s bedding. Sawmill waste and residue disposal can be quite a troublesome task. Especially if you want to make sure you are disposing of the material in a quick, effective and efficient manner. If you have been in this position, by this we mean, have you have access sawmill waste that required disposing of; luckily, we have just the solution for you. We provide an all encompassing sawmill waste collection from Staffordshire. It is not just Staffordshire we supply this service to however. We provide sawmill waste collection to Liverpool, Manchester, Nottinghamshire and many more. So, let’s touch on why you should take advantage of our unique collection service. We Only Use High Quality Waste You might have heard the old adage; ‘one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.’ And we must echo this sentiment. There seems to be a common misconception that because something is old and has been used by someone else, it therefore has no worth or is of less quality. However, at P.H.Winterton we only accept sawmill waste that is of high quality. Our Collection Has Multiple Uses If the sawmill waste passes our thorough and all encompassing evaluation, then it can be repurposed for multiple scenarios. While we have quickly touched upon how the waste is reused for other forms of animal bedding, the sawmill waste can also be used for biomass fuel. Biomass fuel also happens to be one of the many quality services we offer here at P.H. Winterton. It Helps The Environment In 2022, there seems to be a general push to become more environmentally friendly. And at P.H.Winterton we concur. The fact that the waste is recycled and reused is one fantastically easy way to be more environmentally friendly. So, why don’t you consider taking advantage of our sawmill waste collection today. The Collection Process Now that we have established why you should...Read Moreabout Do You Require A Sawmill Waste Collection in Staffordshire?
Cubicle bedding promises to see quite a lot of potential hazards and/or elemental exposure. From extreme heat to sudden drastic downpours; this Great British summer promises to be one of the most unpredictable and all encompassing summers on record. Whether your cubicle bedding is in Staffordshire, or all the way up in Scotland, the chances are you will have to take certain precautions to mitigate the effects of summer on your bedding and your cows. Subsequently, we have decided to provide you with some helpful tips and tricks to prepare you, your animal bedding and cows for the summer. Avoid Overexertion In Afternoon Typically speaking, cows do not like to do much movement or exercise in extreme heat. Additionally, your cows will not want to eat when it is hot. Because of this, avoid providing food during the middle parts of the day, ideally during the hours of 11-3, and do not take them out for exercise during this time. Just because your cows do not want to exercise or do much movement during high temperatures does not mean you should not take them out for exercising. You should take them out during the morning and evenings still. Just be sure not to overexert your cows. Provide Shade At Every Opportunity Following on nicely from the previous point, when the sun is shining, the UV index might be strong. This might put your cows at risk of heat stroke if they are left exposed for a long period of time. As such, you should ensure your cows have shade where possible, especially in their cubicle bedding. To put it plainly, this drastically reduces the risk of heat stroke. Monitor Water Intake Similar to humans, cows will want to remain hydrated in the summer. Dehydration can cause multiple health problems. This can affect their milk production and general health. Always ensuring clean water is readily available at all times. If your cows are not drinking enough water, try to encourage this as much as possible. On the other hand, ensure all of your cows are getting enough water, not one cow drinking it all. Don’t Forget About Rain Just because it is the summer, you will do well to remember...Read Moreabout A Guide To Cubicle Bedding In Staffordshire This Summer