Intra Hoof-fit Spray Liquid, is a unique hoof care liquid for easy, targeted application. It is best used at the very first signs of digital dermatitis, to keep the hooves healthy.
The Quill Hoof-Spray System is a revolutionary new system developed in co-operation with Ambic Equipment Limited. Designed to tackle digital dermatitis; for use in the milking parlour.
Extension drop-coil for the Quill Hoof Spray system.
A black plastic nozzle to fit the lance of the Hoof-Spray System
The Nipple Tanks Drinkers are fantastic and the best new product on the market for years. I’m using them in my release pens, connected to the mains with a ballcock and they are very easy to use. I’ve not used nipple drinkers before but the birds are getting plenty of water, they aren’t stood around waiting and the ground is very dry underneath, there’s no wastage.
Robert, Encombe Estate
Quill Boost has improved the health of my birds dramatically, already halving my vets bills and reducing mortality rates.
I'm a single handed keeper in the Scottish Borders and just wanted to say how impressed I was with the Quill Lyte Plus, Boost Tonic & Ultra Dri Powder. I used them all this season for the first time amongst some other changes and it's more than halved my losses over the 7 weeks. I reared 12,204 in one big batch that I got from Gib Ocean and came out with 12,002, that's about 1.7% loss and I normally average around 4%. They were probably the best birds I've released and above all else other than Avatec, I used no medication. I will definitely be recommending the products to people in the future, especially the Quill-Lyte Plus and the Boost Tonic.Thanks very much!
Mr Robert Hemingway
It's not often I write and praise a product but I felt after one season using the Quill Drinkers I should do so. The Quill Drinker is everything it says it is. And does exactly everything it says it will...I can, will & do thoroughly recommend the Quill Drinker to anyone with any birds of any age.
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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