Taking cardboard it collects from various sources in the community, H & O Services manufactures an eco-friendly animal bedding which it sells under the name “Grampy Joe’s Stall Fixin’s.”  That product is now the subject of a research program at the University of Findlay, which is comparing the performance characteristics of the chipped cardboard bedding versus traditional wood shavings.  “We have always operated under the belief that our chipped cardboard outperforms wood shavings in terms absorbency, dust particulate, and value,” says Ed Romatowski of H & O Services.  “Once the University completes its work, we should hopefully have written proof of that fact.”
Click here to read the full article on the University of Findlay’s research project.