We have used Nadins Hydramix for the last five years, mainly with our dairy herd, we have also used it as a single bedding product with our young stock. We spread it by hand directly onto the mats in the cubicles then add sawdust on top. This helps to keep the beds dry and helps to keep bedding costs down as we don’t need to use as much sawdust.
We once changed from Nadins Hydramix to hydrated lime but quickly moved back as it was far too caustic. We have never had any burning from Nadins Hydramix and find its low dust levels make it easy to work with. As a single bedding material with the young stock it worked well, we had to use a bit more but there were no problems with it.