The Sawle Mill in Springview, Nebraska on the banks of the Niobrara river sustainably, harvests Eastern Red Cedar. Milling the naturally durable and colorfully patterned wood into beautiful paneling which is naturally resistant to molds such as mildew, and insects such as fabric destroying moths (exluding ticks). Due to the natural resistance of Eastern Red Cedar the Sawle Mill is double-grinds the slag and other tertiary processing waste and by-products into increasingly popular Cattlemen's Choice Cedar Fiber livestock and animal bedding. The unique double-grinding process creates a unique interlocking fiber animal bedding which allows livestock to stand, and walk across while allowing waste to pass through. Coupled with the natural resisant and repellent properties of the cedar results in a superior livestock bedding product.