The Stenner pump is a very reliable and robust dosing system that negates the need to premix stock solutions. Capable of dosing a wide range of products at a wide range or rates (3% - 0.005%), the Stenner pump is ideal for both occasional and permanent dosing.
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 Lyte Plus is marvellous stuff. Normally we give our birds a bit of Baycox before and after bitting...This year for the first time, we used your Quill Lyte instead and it worked out brilliantly. We've had very, very minimal losses and they really love it.
Mr. T. Green
Headkeeper at Carnanton Shoot
We trialled Quill Boost Tonic on one batch of pheasant chicks and one batch of red leg chicks. The outcome over two weeks was that the pheasants averaged 4 grams each weight gain, per week over the control group and the red legs two grams per week. We have also used it on our stock birds and found it to be beneficial when we change their diet or the birds are stressed i.e. moving them. We hope you have plenty in for the coming season, we will need our first delivery by the end of march.
High-Fly Game Hatcheries Ltd
2016 was the first year we tried Quill Boost Tonic and we will definitely be using it next year. I have recommended it to other shoots as our birds are stronger with much less disease challenge.
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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