A 5 litre tough Blue Bucket made by Dairy Spares for calf feeding
The The Dolphin Hand Dispenser is a wall mounted soap dispenser. This keyless soap dispenser contains a pot which can be refilled. It has a large capacity, able to hold 1 litre of hand soap.
General Purpose Brush - Hard wearing and good water holding qualities.
Broom Head -Blue
Yellow Bucket - (15 litre)
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 - I've seen a noticed improvement in the growth of both pheasants and partridges and I've used half the amount of Baycox that I normally would. The birds also look like good quality and strong birds.
Mr J Chapman
Surefly Game Farm
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
Having tried other products, I have used Calferol for several years. There is a visible difference after 5 to 7 days when used as Quill advise. I produce far less broken and cracked eggs and a lot more 1st grade. I also observed a calming effect on the birds when using Calferol. It truly is a remarkable product.
Tristan Powell - 28,000 birds.
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
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