Our pick up location is near Blackie, Alberta,

please click the box above to order your EZ Bales & EZ Pelletz by email!

 

Retailers of EZ Pelletz Products

Walkers General Store

504B Centre Street SE High River, AB

403-652-4726

www.walkersgeneralstore.ca

Sells our 20 & 40 pound bags of Straw Pelletz

* open 7 days a week

Greenthumbs Greenhouse

2 miles south of Highway #575 on Highway #791 east of Crossfield, AB

403-899-9250

Sells our 20 pound bags of Straw Pelletz

 *open seasonally

Small Animal Litter:

 

Replace your clay-based litter with 1” of straw pellets in the litter box, scoop out the poop and the wet spots. This works well for puppies, kitties, bunnies, pigs, chickens, gerbils, hamsters, ferrets, caged birds, turtles & more. You will not miss the strong ammonia odour nor the dust! You can put the leftover product from your little boxes, chicken coops and animal cages into your garden, flower beds, planter pots - it is after all just straw.

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Large Animal Bedding:

 

Bed your stall or trailer with adequate Straw Pelletz to suit your horses comfort level. Let your horse’s feet do the work to break down the pellets into the soft, supple & absorbent bedding.  Scoop out the poop, pick out the pee clumps, add another bag once a week to maintain your stalls longevity. Quicker stall cleaning, no more ammonia stench, much less dust, greatly reduced piles in your manner cart...makes cleaning up after your horse much easier. Upon a complete stall clean out, remove horse waste & move all remaining product to garden to be used immediately - it is after all just straw.

 

Garden:

 

 

Made from Southern Alberta straw our Straw Pelletz are a very effective weed deterrent when used in gardens as mulch.

 

They absorb 3x's their weight in liquids, keeping your soil moist as your plants grow.  Straw Pelletz are pH neutral and will add structure to your soils as they decompose.  

 

Straw Pelletz are chemical, weed & seed free.  Eco-friendly, carbon neutral, pet & wildlife friendly, and are a recycled product of harvest in Southern Alberta.