Cubicle Lime

Bennettsbridge Limestone Cubicle Lime is designed specifically for dairy livestock bedding applications and is one of the most absorbent cubicle limes on the market.

Bennettsbridge Limestone is a high calcium limestone quarry that has been making feed grade calcium carbonate powders since 1993. We manufacture our superfine calcium carbonate cubicle lime in a modern state of the art limestone powders plant.

Benefits:

  • Highly absorbent
  • Aids in the prevention of mastitis
  • Raises pH of farm effulent
  • Non irritant, increasing comfort for the cow
  • Recover a portion of the cost as a source of Agri Lime in manure
  • Stays in suspension in slurry

Bennettsbridge Limestone Cubicle Lime is designed for dairy livestock bedding applications. Our high surface area limestone powder is specifically formulated making it one of the most absorbent cubicle limes on the market. Regular use will keep your cows cleaner and drier and help prevent mastitis.

Cubicle Limes

Bennettsbridge Limestone Cubicle Lime is designed for dairy livestock bedding applications. Our high surface area limestone powder is specifically formulated making it one of the most absorbent cubicle limes on the market.
Bennettsbridge Limestone Hydrated Cubicle Lime is a unique product that we have formulated using a blend of high calcium limestone and hydrated lime, for the ultimate cow comfort due to the high absorption rates.

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