Good quality animal bedding is an essential part of maintaining the health, comfort and a quality environment for your valuable animals. Our bedding is made from 100% wood particles. Our general sawdust and bedding is not kiln dried, but is an economical bedding for livestock that is low on dust. Farm bedding material is available year-round. The final product is of consistently high quality, delivered on time to your location when and where you need it. We pride ourselves on building a solid relationship and understanding your needs so we have the right product at the right time for the right price - always. We want you to have more time to focus on other things which will grow your farm/business.
Research shows that the primary considerations when choosing a bedding for farming are:
- Odor control
- Ease of use
TLB animal bedding, sawdust, and shavings are used by our farming customers for many different types of livestock: dairy, beef cattle, calves, horses, mink and other applications. Its ease of use allows all kinds of location applications such as: free and tie stall barns, calf huts, loose housing, over mats/mattresses, riding arenas, horse stalls and other applications. Additionally, the bedding material will go through augers/pumps without clogs, and will fall freely through a slotted barn floor.
Different types of animal supply materials are becoming available all the time, contact us about the different options TLB may have for you!
TLB Companies is made up of TLB Wood Products LLC, TLB Transit Inc, and DSO Enterprises. TLB Wood Products LLC is a wholesale and bulk supplier of landscape mulch, animal bedding, and biomass / boiler fuel. TLB Wood Products LLC delivers throughout Wisconsin and into Upper Michigan. TLB Transit Inc is a reliable local transportation company that provides delivery service for TLB Wood Products and also specializes in hauling dry freight throughout the Midwest. DSO Enterprises offers clean warehouse storage space at our Seymour, WI location, located in Northeastern Wisconsin just north of Appleton and west of Green Bay.