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We are here to change the way manure is handled and re-used in the heart of equine locations. HiPoint Agro Bedding Corp. HPAB Process (C) 2017

Horse at the harrow (1878), Musée d'Orsay , Paris .
Horse at the harrow (1878), Musée d’Orsay , Paris .  This statue depicts the force and forward thinking attitude of the HPAB process All Rights reserved HPAB 2017

The current generation of riders and horse owners understand the sustainability issues associated with ethical horse ownership. HiPoint Bedding reclaimed shavings plant offers a methodology of environmental stewardship. Instead of discarding spent horse bedding, they can now re-use their horse bedding with the very best in clean reuse technology. A Fully covered state of the art complex. Built to recycle spent bedding and reduce environmental impact of waste manure. This will create a new shavings product that is healthier for horses’ respiratory system and their physical health than when it was on new or other bedding types (including straw.) The small separated organics and fibers, are carried and mixed with the manure buns and processed via enclosed composting vessels creating a valuable add soil amendment. Our closed loop process “wastes nothing & gains everything.” ™

To date, much of the horse bedding manure is being buried, compacted, composted, incinerated, or spread on crop lands. However, multiple reports show the nutrient value of high wood shavings in horse manure is depleting soil nutrition – not adding to it. The lignin in wood does not breakdown quickly, creating a low-grade compost material, allowing for leaching and off gassing of the manure when left to decompose. Disposal at one of the current legal sites has found that the wood shavings have not composted down in a timely manner, and has not been as successful as hoped. We are confident that we could receive much of this feedstock at our facility as well.

Bedding and bedding disposal across North America is a $4.5 billion plus annual industry and contributes to $39 billion direct impact to the US economy. (AHCF deloitte publication 2005.) Irrespective of Popular belief horse numbers have grown from 2010 – 2014 globally with over 10 million horses today in the USA (2014 Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.)

Value Proposition. Project Highlights.

  • HPAB will build this flagship facility to take in used bedding for equestrian season 2017-18 in partnership with Horizon 880 in Florida.
  • Our technology companies and engineers are proven in recycling agricultural bedding recovery
  • Our management team has been in the agriculture and recovery industries for over 30 years
  • Current disposal methods are limited and the waste shavings can be redirected to a HPAB Facility
  • We have the attention and support from government agencies, the horse community & haulers.
  • All chosen facilities are with 18 miles of the core horse population.
  • The process is viable with proven and patented technology
  • Attaining to be the forerunner in recycling for the foreseeable future.
  • Our processes are fully automated to reclaim the shavings from waste horse bedding efficiently
  • Health and Safety ~ The bedding quality is better than the original with added health benefits

Currently most wood shavings bedding is not tested for safety. The HPAB safety protocols will be in place to perform Standardized Microbiological & Mycotoxins & Chemical Analyses of the bedding on a regular basis.

HiPoint Agro Bedding follows The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) methodology. The driving philosophy behind the IIoT is that smart machines are better than humans at accurately, consistently capturing and communicating data. This data can enable the automated and monitored HPAB process to pick up on inefficiencies and problems sooner, saving time and money and supporting our business intelligence efforts. It has great potential for better quality control, sustainable green practices, supply chain traceability and overall supply chain efficiency.

There are many locations across America that have over 20,000 horses within their county lines that can benefit from our technology. Including locations dealing with the current issues such as Chesapeake Bay region, New York, Tryon North Carolina and Norco California. Agricultural runoff has been identified as one of the leading causes of equine waste pollution.

We challenge you to be part of the solution. Contact us at email@hipointbedding.com

Leading excellence in Bedding Recovery Technology

We are about to change the way equine bedding is handled by implementing the advanced technology HPAB process that will become an integral part of modern County standards and horse farm operations. The Result. An efficient use of resources, cost savings and reducing environmental hazards; such as illegal dumping, nutrient leaching and phosphorus overloading into our soil and water.

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