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Hygge pellet - CLIMATE-FRIENDLY equine bedding
The pellets are high temperature treated, they are made from the reed, sedge and other plants of the wetland, therefore horses do not eat them and they do not cause allergies. The pellets create a thick and soft bedding layer on concrete. They are hyper absorbent so, there will be no odours, just a fresh, comfortable and dry environment for horses, perfect for an equine’s resting. “Hygge pellet” is a better alternative for a horse bedding in the context of climate change.Read more
Healthy for the horse
Low carbon footprint
Easy and effective cleaning
100 % natural, no chemicals
Does not cause allergies
Helps to save rare birds – aquatic warblers
100 % biodegradable
Saving natural resources
Protecting environment and climate
Environment protection is the essence of the production of “Nine voices”. The main scope of the biomass processing facility is to help nature to flourish and ensure nature conservation in wetlands of coastal Lithuania, where a lot of rare and protected species find their home. By making the wetland products “Nine voices” ensure that the good quality of coastal fen mires and flooded meadows is kept.Read more
—Climate-friendly production process
—100% energy from renewable sources
—Natural biomass used – no additional watering or fertilizing
—No additional monoculture fields
—Taking care of unique habitat maintenance
—Help for biodiversity to prosper
—Special equipment lowers the pressure for wetland vegetation
—Buying in redundant biomass from local farmers
SAVING THE AQUATIC WARBLER
The raw material for pellets is collected in protected areas of Lithuania, where the globally endangered species – Aquatic Warbler – is protected. The production of “Hygge pellet” is an important element of a self-sustaining conservation system of the species.Read more
Aquatic Warblers can get extinct
In the 100 years, 95% of global Aquatic Warbler population have vanished. If the breeding sites will continue to be destroyed, it can cause the total extinction for the bird species.
Postponement of mowing is needed to save juveniles
Late cutting of the grass (after mid of August) is necessary in order to ensure the safety of both broods of Aquatic Warbler.
Use of late-cut biomass
The late-cut biomass is no longer suitable for animal feeding. The production of pellets ensures the elimination of redundant biomass accumulating in fields and it’s a negative effect for habitat and biodiversity.
Financing nature conservation
The profit gained is invested in nature conservation initiatives, linked to Aquatic Warbler protection. A closed cycle is created, which ensures the protection of endangered birds and other species.