After undergoing rigorous testing, the Quill 150 Spring Trap has been approved for use in England, Scotland & Wales from 1st January 2024.
From 4th July 2024 the sale of rodenticides containing bromadiolone and difenacoum for use in open areas (away from buildings) will be illegal. These products will still have authorisation to be used indoors and around buildings.
Do you know how effective your disinfectant is in cold weather? We break down exactly why some disinfectants have a quicker kill time in low temperatures and give you our top tips for effective boot dipping in winter.
Drying off Dairy cows can feel like a mine field, so we've done the hard work for you. Use this helpful checklist to make sure you have all bases covered for your herd.
Despite Covid restrictions, big steps have been made in the last year towards sustainable practices amongst the shooting community. The movement away from single-use plastics and lead shot ammunition in particular has gained a lot of traction.
For many years, the fish production industry has used fish egg disinfectants at the hatchery stage. The objective is to improve hatch-ability and profitability through the destruction of disease-causing microorganisms on the outer coating of the egg, without damaging the egg itself.
This time of year is notoriously bad for rodents and we recommend farmers strengthen their defences against rodents as they prepare to make their annual migration from ditches and hedgerows to cosier accommodation among the farm buildings.