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Bimeda UK is proud to communicate the launch of their guide to selective dry cow therapy. The 8 page, A5 guide is available to vets throughout the UK, who wish to consider a move to selective dry cow therapy (SDCT) for some of their clients. The guide will assist vets in explaining the criteria for SDCT to their clients, and is a key educational material which will assist the appropriate reduction in the use of dry cow antibiotics. Bimeda is committed to adding value to the UK veterinary and farming sectors, through the creation of educational training materials, among many…

Bimeda Re-Launch Multishield Dry Cow

Thursday, 07 July 2016 14:41
Bimeda UK is pleased to announce the re-launch of Multishield Dry Cow (POM-V) to the UK market place. The non-cephalosporin containing dry cow tube contains 100mg Neomycin Sulphate, 100mg Penethemate Hydriodide and 400mg Procaine Benzylpenicillin and is a welcome addition to Bimeda’s growing dairy production category, which includes such products as Boviseal non-antibiotic teat sealant, as well as a range of anti-inflammatories, anti-microbials and anti-parasitics, hormones and nutritional products licensed for use in dairy cattle. Bimeda Professional Services Veterinarian, Rachel Mallet BVM&S MRCVS, commented; ‘Multishield DC treats a wide variety of mastitis-causing bacteria. With its fast and slow-release penicillin, Multishield…
Bimeda is pleased to be attending the 2016 World Buiatrics Congress, which is taking place in Dublin this year and which is attended by over 3000 delegates. Bimeda’s wide range of animal health and veterinary pharmaceutical products and their global footprint, means that the Bimeda trade stand is proving extremely popular with congress delegates. Bimeda representatives from Ireland, Brazil, the UK and China were on hand to talk to delegates about key health issues affecting cattle globally, and about Bimeda products and services. Bimeda offer a wide range of products which are suitable for use in both dairy and beef…
Bimeda UK is pleased to announce the launch of Tetroxy Vet injection (200mg/ml oxytetracycline, POM-V). The range is the latest addition to the company’s broad and expanding dairy-production category. Head of Sales for Bimeda UK, James Hutchings, commented; ‘the launch of Tetroxy Vet highlights our ongoing commitment to providing UK veterinarians with a choice of high quality veterinary pharmaceuticals at a fair price.’ Tetroxy Vet is indicated in the treatment and control of diseases caused by, or associated with, organisms sensitive to Oxytetracycline in cattle, sheep and pigs. Benefits of Tetroxy Vet include: High syringe-ability: the product injects well event at…
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…
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