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Bulk Hemp Bedding for Stables and Large Operations

Stables, farms and zoos can order our superior hemp bedding by the pallet, half-truck load or full-truck load.

Dominion Hemp Bulk Pricing

40 bags
per bag
plus shipping
13 pallets (520 bags)
per bag
plus shipping
26 pallets (1040 bags)
per bag
plus shipping
Multiple FTL Pricing Contact our Director of Sales, Eric Bonardi at eric@dominionhemp.com
Email admin@dominionhemp.com for shipping quote.
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Hemp Bedding is Very Cost-Effective

Graphic: 10-12 Dominion Hemp bags equals 24-26 bags of pine shavings.

Benefits of Hemp Bedding For Large Animals

Icon - Dominion Hemp bedding absorbs 4 times its weightIcon - Dominion Hemp bedding is 99% dust-freeHemp Bedding is a Natural Insect Repellent Icon

Dominion Hemp Began With Horse FARMS

Our first customers were local horse owners and equine operations. As we expand into zoos and race tracks nationwide, we want to thank our customers who have been with Dominion Hemp from the beginning by offering steep discounts on bulk shipments of our premium hemp bedding. 

Marty Phipps, Founder


Each 10+ cubic feet bag weighs 30 pounds (285 liters) and covers about 121 square feet at a one-inch depth.

Absorbs 4x Its Own Weight

Hemp is 75% cellulose and a natural absorbent—the perfect material to keep your animal dry and happy. Yes, that’s right—four times its weight, compared to 2X for wood and paper products. This means you need to clean and change bedding less often.

Reduces Odors

When hemp bedding is used, urine goes straight to the bottom, keeping the surface clean and dry. Odors become trapped under the surface, reducing ammonia and other odors much better than wood chips or sawdust. Reducing odor helps control flies and makes a more pleasing environment for you and your animals. Perfect for a barn full of horse stalls!

Low Dust Means Improved Air Quality

Dust compromises the air quality of your animal and can easily lead to breathing complications. Hemp bedding offers a low-dust environment, which is crucial for your animals' health. It has air pockets and excellent heat retention properties compared to sawdust or pine shavings.

Biodegradable = Better for Animals and Planet

Hemp bedding degrades faster than most animal care products, such as wood shavings and sawdust. It is perfect for your garden compost. Support sustainable farming practices and help create a greater demand for hemp. The earth and economy will thank you for it.

At Dominion Hemp, we understand that hemp and hemp bedding are relatively new products to many people. We hope these frequently asked questions and information help educate you about our incredible product.

Is Dominion Hemp bedding made from fiber hemp stalks, CBD plant stalks, or grain stalks?

Our hemp bedding is made from fiber hemp stalks. Fiber hemp is typically more mature and absorbent than CBD or grain hurd. Hurd is the material we use for the hemp bedding.

How many bags do I need for a 12' x 12' horse stall?

One large bag will cover 10+ cubic feet at a one-inch depth; most equine clients use three to five bags, adding one bag every 4-7 days to replace the soiled material.

Please see our hemp bedding for horses page for application options.

Can I use my spent/soiled hemp for composing or spread it into my field?

Yes, we have many clients who use soiled hemp for composting. Hemp is biodegradable and does not have the acidity of pine shavings.

There seems to be black dust in our hemp bedding. Is this dust?

No, this is called the fines of the hemp hurd. This micro-material is great for absorption and will not become airborne.

Do you sell pallets of material?

Yes, we can accommodate FTL orders at a time. If you are interested in a quote, please email eric@dominionhemp.com.

What material is in the bag other than hemp hurd?

Our hemp bedding is 100% hemp hurd. We do not add any other material to it.

Are there any pesticides or herbicides in the hemp?

No, the material we received is grown without pesticides.

If my animal eats the hemp, will it harm them?

Your pet may initially nibble at the hemp bedding out of curiosity; this is common with many animals. They quickly lose interest. Hemp hurd is part of the plant but not appealing to many animals’ palettes.

If you notice your pet is eating abnormal amounts of their bedding, there could be an underlying issue, and you should contact a veterinarian.

If my pet eats the hemp, will they get high or fail a drug test?

This is our favorite question; the answer is NO. There is no THC in our hemp bedding.

How do I become a distributor?

Contact us at eric@dominionhemp.com.

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