A Spare Side or End Door for a game transport crate
A Spare Sliding Top Door for our red and white plastic game transport crate
This high quality catching net is a game rearing essential for catching pheasants, ducks and partridge and comes complete with a telescopic handle.
Transport Crate for Game - Plastic crate folds flat for storage very easy to assemble with 3 doors. A good solid crate with no rough edges to damage birds.
I thought a word of congratulation was in order.....I placed my order with you and 24 hours it had made its way from Dorset to me in the wilds of Aberdeenshire. Excellent service, many thanks to all involved.
Having used Quill Boost Tonic for a number of years with excellent results, I tried a season without it and I won't do it again because the benefits of Quill Boost Tonic are there to see! Water quality is better, consumption improved, growth rate and lower mortality of chicks overall healthier stock I will be using it again without a doubt.
Gamekeeper, Normanton Shoot Paget Estate, Leicestershire
We first purchased these boot dips over 12 months ago for our dairy goat farm. Before that we had tried making our own boot dips as bio security is so important with a dairy goat herd. However after seeing all the local poultry units used Quill boot dips we decided these looked the part and would work so much better than anything we could make. Not only that we could not find anything else as affordable. We have been really impressed with them as they are so quick and easy to use. On farm assurance inspections having Quill boot dips always shows that we take bio security seriously. We have since bought more for other areas on the farm and would recommend them to anyone who needs a good, strong boot dip.
Quill Boost has improved the health of my birds dramatically, already halving my vets bills and reducing mortality rates.
The Hoof Spray System makes treatment of digital dermatitis quick and simple. We all know if it is quick and simple then it gets done. Digital dermatitis cure rates are best if infected cows receive prolonged exposure to effective treatments. Repeated sprays are better than prolonged bandages and this system helps make this a practical reality. Combined with good foot hygiene, regular foot disinfection, heifer foot bathing and effective lame cow treatments, this approach could assist farmers in reducing digital dermatitis infection levels, could help preserve valuable antibiotics and could minimise the amount of copper used on farm.
Dr Nick Bell
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