C.A.H.L.

CAHL Ltd.
Tullow
Co. Carlow
Ireland

Tel:
+353 (0) 59 915 1251
Fax:
+353 (0) 59 915 1856
Mail:
cgibson@cahl.ie

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Nutribio

Nutribio Ltd.
Tivoli Industrial Estate
Cork
Ireland

Tel:
+353 (0) 214 507 303
Fax:
+353 (0) 214 507 152
Mail:
orders@nutribio.ie

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Ruminlix BoviMin 365 and MasterVet Bolus

Ruminlix BoviMin 365 and MasterVet Bolus Combined mineral treatments from Nutribio make positive difference on Co. Mayo suckler farm.   Suckling is a high risk business: the sustainability of the venture is totally dependent on the cow rearing one calf successfully each year. This is a principle […]

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Mastervet Bolus – Protecting your Investment at Breeding Time

Mastervet Bolus – Protecting your Investment at Breeding Time Situated both south of Ballybunion and west of Listowel lies the Gortinare Pedigree Herd. Liam and Kevin Quilter are milking 110 Holstein Friesian cows, averaging 8,400 litres with a milk solids production of 637kg/year it is safe to […]

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Austin Gleeson Reduces Milk Fever to Zero at Grass

Austin Gleeson Reduces Milk Fever to Zero at Grass Two years ago, on the herd of John and Kieran Kelleher in Macroom, where Austin Gleeson is a farm manager, milk fever was a serious issue. The 100 cow herd is both spring (60%) and autumn (40%) calving. […]

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Flowmag & Flowtrace

Flowmag and Flowtrace Dr Pat Meehan is a pedigree Angus breeder, with four holdings across Limerick and Laois. He calves his herd in May, June and July, with bulls sold at approximately two years. A key factor in his business selling into the dairy market is targeting […]

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FlowMag Fertility & T.E. Delivers Results on Cork Dairy Farm

Grass tetany is a more than significant threat on every Irish dairy farm at this time of the year. But throw in the added challenge of farming in a high molybdenum area and one quickly gets a feeling for the absolute necessity to come up with a plan which ensures that every dairy cow gets its required mineral and trace element intake on a daily basis.
Such is the challenge facing David and Ann Moore, who milk a herd of 160 spring calving cows near Midleton in Co Cork.

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FlowMag Fertility & T.E. Delivers Results on Cork Dairy Farm

Grass tetany is a more than significant threat on every Irish dairy farm at this time of the year. But throw in the added challenge of farming in a high molybdenum area and one quickly gets a feeling for the absolute necessity to come up with a plan which ensures that every dairy cow gets its required mineral and trace element intake on a daily basis.
Such is the challenge facing David and Ann Moore, who milk a herd of 160 spring calving cows near Midleton in Co Cork.

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Fresh Cow YMCP – Proves its worth on Meath Dairy Farm

Brian Meade milks 80 spring calving cows with his father Dennis at Rathkennny in Co Meath. Last year the herd averaged 1,200 gallons at 4.06% fat and 3.46% protein.

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Fresh Cow YMCP – Helping Prevent Metabolic Disorders

Preventing just one case of a displaced abomasum within an average size dairy herd will more than cover the cost of treating each freshly calved cow with ‘Fresh Cow YMCP™’ , the post-calving nutritional drink now available from Co-operative Animal Health. In addition Fresh Cow YMCP will also help reduce problems associated with metabolic disorders – including Milk Fever – and the case for using it as part of the standard management routine followed in the period directly after calving becomes more than obvious.

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Top Breeders Recommend The FlowMag Approach To Mineral Nutrition

The last thing farmers with breeding stock need following one of the most challenging winters in memory is to lose cows to Grass Tetany, once they are put out to grass. And given the low mineral levels that have been the norm in the silages on offer over the last number of months, such an occurrence is not beyond the realms of imagination.

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