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Bimeda was delighted to welcome delegates to the 2016 IPVS Congress (Irish Pig Veterinary Society) to Dublin this week, with a networking champagne reception which was hosted at the Herbert Park Hotel in Ballsbridge. Around 80 delegates were in attendance, with pig vets and veterinary pharmaceutical professionals from Spain, Ireland, Russia, Slovakia,  the UK, the Netherlands, Belgium, Guatemala and other countries coming along to the event. Bimeda manufactures and markets a wide range of veterinary pharmaceuticals and animal health products, with a presence in over 70 countries worldwide. The company markets a wide range of products which are licensed for…

Cut Costs, Not Corners With Bimeda!

Thursday, 28 April 2016 13:57
Bimeda UK is pleased to announce the launch of their latest educational campaign, which focuses on how farmers can cut costs without cutting corners. As UK farmers from all sectors come under increasing pressure to tighten belts, Bimeda are launching a campaign to help farmers tackle costs, without cutting back on vital on-farm protocols and risking animal welfare. Bimeda Professional Services Veterinarian, Rachel Mallet, commented; ‘while it can be tempting to cut back on best-practice protocols, such actions are often a false economy, resulting in increased disease incidences and therefore increased vets bills. However, an area in which farmers can…
Bimeda UK is pleased to announce the launch of their latest educational campaign, which focuses on how farmers can cut costs without cutting corners. As UK farmers from all sectors come under increasing pressure to tighten belts, Bimeda are launching a campaign to help farmers tackle costs, without cutting back on vital on-farm protocols and risking animal welfare.
Bimeda UK are pleased to announce the expansion of their parasite control range with the launch of Zero; a ready-to-use soluble granule formulation containing cyromazine 2% w/w. Zero is applied to high risk areas such as livestock deep litter and above ground slurry stores. The product prevents the development of the fly larvae; thus preventing the emergence of adults which are key vectors of disease. As summer approaches, flies are a key concern for many farmers, who are all too aware of the welfare and productivity implications of fly-borne diseases such as summer mastitis, pink eye, Schmallenberg and Blue Tongue.…
Bimeda UK is pleased to announce the appointment of Rachel MalletBVM&S MRCVS, to the role of Professional Services Veterinarian. Rachel completed her Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Edinburgh in 2012 and subsequently worked in practice for a period of two years. Following this, Rachel spent two years at Bimeda UK in the role of Territory Manager for the East of Scotland. These roles have provided Rachel with practical and commercial experience and insights, which will allow her to provide excellent support to Bimeda’s customers and consumers in her new role. Rachel is passionate about animal health and…
25th February 2016 Bimeda was pleased to sponsor a farmer meeting at Kingsway Vets in Skipton this week, which was attended by 50 sheep farmers. The speaker on the night was veterinarian Jenny Hull, BVetMed MRCVS, who provided information on an independent trial into various forms of trace element nutrition in lambs. In the trial, the Bimeda Cosecure boluses for lambs were shown to be 'best in class' for weight gain and increased profit in lambs. These boluses provide ionic cobalt, ionic copper and selenium for up to 6 months in lambs and form part of the Bimeda multi-trace element…
Rachel Mallet BVM&S MRCVS, Bimeda Vet & Bimeda Territory Manager, writes on the important role that adult fluke treatment at this time of year can play in helping farmers to break the fluke cycle on their farm’. While most sheep farmers will associate liver fluke with autumn and winter, and with acutely sick animals, it is important that we do not forget about fluke this spring, nor miss a key window to reduce the significance of this costly parasite on our farms. In the late spring and early summer all liver fluke infecting sheep will be adults. Adult fluke live…
The annual menace of Nematodirus battus, causing acute, severe diarrhoea still leads to sudden dehydration and lamb deaths on many farms. As the onset of disease can be very sudden, farmers have to be vigilant and respond rapidly with appropriate anthelmintics. Bimeda’s Professional Services Vet, Rachel Mallet, explains why it is essential for farmers to be prepared for the threat of nematodirus this year, and how they can do so. The need for vigilance is particularly true for 2016, as unusual and unpredictable weather patterns mean farmers will find it more difficult to predict when this parasite may strike. Vigilance…
January 2016   At this time of year, internal parasites are a key concern for the UK’s sheep farmers, with adult liver fluke, tapeworms, lungworms and mature and developing gastro-intestinal roundworms being of key concern. Bimeda UK’s Head of Sales, James Hutchings, commented, ‘the farmers we speak to tell us that these parasites are a primary concern for them at this time of year, and that they are looking for an effective and affordable treatment option which is not difficult to administer. Our Endofluke 10%, which contains albendazole 100mg/ml, as well as selenium and cobalt offers both efficacy and affordability…
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