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Global Excellence in Animal Health

Bimeda® is a leading global manufacturer, marketer and distributor of animal health products and veterinary pharmaceuticals. Through ongoing expansion and strategic acquisition, Bimeda® has established markets in more than seventy countries worldwide and has R&D, manufacturing and distribution capabilities across Europe, North America, South America, Africa, Asia and Australasia. Bimeda® employs almost 800 employees worldwide and has its global headquarters in Carrickmines, Dublin, Ireland.  Bimeda® is focused on providing a comprehensive, customer-driven service, selling consistently high-quality products, at a market-conscious price level.

Bimeda UK’s headquarters have been based in Anglesey, Wales, since 1998. The Bimeda UK product portfolio focuses on five key categories; nutrition, parasite control, dairy production, equine and pig & poultry.

To learn about the CoseIcure and Cosecure Bolus range, go to cosecureboluses.com

For more on our Equine portfolio, please visit bimedaequine.co.uk for more information.

Further information about Boviseal can be found on www.boviseal.co.uk

Watch our corporate video or visit Bimeda.com to learn more.

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Published: August 29, 2017
A particularly warm and wet start to Summer in 2017 may result in a greater risk of liver fluke disease this Autumn meaning UK farmers must be ready to take action. Fascioliasis is the name given to the disease caused by the Liver fluke parasite and may be caused by:…
Published: August 21, 2017
Dipping ceased to be compulsory in 1992 leading to a greater incidence of sheep scab with an estimated 60-fold increase in disease on UK farms1. In spite of having 4 medicinal active ingredients available with 16 different brands/preparations licenced and available in the UK, we are still struggling to get…
Published: August 04, 2017
Nutrition in the run up to tupping is critical to ensure success. Every year farmers are spending money on various supplements for their ewes often without knowing what they actually require. To guarantee optimum nutrition you should be working with your vet to determine the current trace element status of…
Published: July 07, 2017
Flies are notorious for causing a nuisance to cattle but are you aware they can be responsible for more serious issues, such as the transmission of disease between animals?In the UK there are at least 20 species of fly which feed on cattle. Different species of flies feed on different…

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