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  • Press Article - Farmers Guardian 7th April 2017 'Trace elements Essential to Optimal Growth'

    Trace elements essential to optimal growthMany beef cattle fail to achieve top growth rates because they do not receive adequate levels of trace elements at grass, according to Annie Williams, animal scientist at Agrimin. She says: "While early season grazed grass provides the energy and protein cattle require, it can often be low in essential trace elements, meaning animals face a shortfall unless they receive effective supplementation. To see the full published article please use the...  Read More...

  • Press Article - Northern Farmer April 2017 'The benefits of supplementing lambs by using trace elements'

    Supplementing lambs with trace elements can help ensure farster, cost-effective growth to strengthen margins, according to Liz Brown from Agrimin, who said a new farm stufy demonstrated the value of the approach. "Lamb growth rates are a key factor affecting margins," she said.To view the full article please use the link below. https://agrimin.publishpath.com/Websites/agrimin/files/Content/5973413/The_Northern_Farmer_-_Lemmington_Hill_farm_Smartrace_lamb_04.04.2017.pdf   Read More...

  • Farmers Evening - Mole Valley Farmers 22nd March 2017 'Making Milk Matter'

    Making Milk MatterOn Weds 22nd March 2017, Mole Valley Farmers. South Molton, in support of their initiative “Making Milk Matter”, organised an evening event at South Molton Rugby Club for a large group of Dairy farmers.Times have been hard for Dairy Farmers over the past few years with depressed milk prices, so there is a continuing drive for efficiency improvements. So, this was an opportunity to go through some of the latest ideas for improving productivity and reducing costs.Pat Grace, Sales...  Read More...

  • Farm Sale - J E Strainge & Son, Ducklington 25th March 2017 'Sale of high quality ewes'

    Farm Sale Saturday 25th March 2017J E Strainge & Sons – Ducklington Farm, OxfordshireRandal Strainge held a very successful farm sale on Saturday 25th March at his farm in Oxfordshire, with Agrimin and Countrywide present to support his efforts.Randal farms 3,500 ewes – a mix of Suffolk and Highlander - and is a keen user of the Agrimin 24·7 Smartrace® boluses for his adult sheep. For many of his lambs he also uses the 24·7 Smartrace® Lamb boluses.All the ewes in the sale had been bolused wi...  Read More...

  • Press article - Farmers Guardian 17th March 2017 'Trace element supplements can improve heifer growth'

    With heifer rearing still the second largest cost of milk production, great emphasis has been placed on improving growth and performance in pre-weaned calves. Animal scientist with Agrimin, Annie Williams, says similar attention to detail needs to be paid during the first season at grass.To view the full published article please visit http://agrimin.publishpath.com/Websites/agrimin/files/Content/5956073/Trace_element_supplementation_can_improve_heifer_growth_-_Farmers_guardian_17th_mar...  Read More...

  • College talk - March 2017 - Coleg Glynllifon, Caernarfon 'Importance of Trace elements at lambing and turnout'

    Continuing with Agrimin’s commitment of supporting universities and colleges Ieuan Davies, Wales Sales Manager was invited to lecture at Coleg Glynllifon, Caernarfon this week. The theme of Ieuan’s lecture was the importance of trace elements at lambing and turnout and the students were all Second year, Level 3 Agriculture students. “It is always a privilege to be invited to Glynllifon” said Ieuan. “The students are always very attentive and well informed and ask really relevant questi...  Read More...

  • Published articles

    Please see our most recent published articles under the 'News' tab or via the link below:http://www.agrimin.co.uk/published-articles    Read More...

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    Tristan De Cunha - life and farming on the most remote inhabited island in the world

    Farming on Tristan da CunhaAgrimin were contacted by Sue Harvey, a vet living and working on Tristan da Cunha, to try and help out with some trace element problems in the Island's cattle. We asked Sue to tell us a little more about life and farming on the most remote inhabited island in the world.Lying in the middle of the South Atlantic Ocean 5300 miles from the UK and 1300 miles from the nearest island of St Helena, the British Overseas Territory of Tristan da Cunha is the world’s mo...  Read More...

  • Norwegian Vet Visit

    It was a great pleasure to introduce Trond Erik Østebø,Ole Johan Jørstad,Olav Reite,Gisle Bøye,Lise Skjerven,Ragnhild Sølberg,Bjørn Brunborg,Marit Apeland,Sveinung HaukalidElsa Siqveland,Ingvar Dubland,Grete Steihaug,Steinar Akselsen and Heidi Akselsen to Agrimin HQ earlier this week. It was great to see you all and we hope you enjoyed see the factory, attending UK Dairy day in Telford and meeting the team.It was fantastic to see you all. We look fo...  Read More...

  • Autumn Calvers Need Optimum Mineral Management article

    Autumn calving cows need to be given mineral boluses 6-8 weeks before calving in order to help them with the challenges they face during the most critical periods of their production cycle.Please see full press release below. http://www.stackyard.com/news/2016/09/cattle/01_agrimin_minerals.htmlFor more information please do not hesitate to contact one of the team.    Read More...

  • Countrywide farmers Adult sheep bolusing demonstration

    Agrimin partnered up with Countrywide farmers and Prattley on Monday 22nd August on a farm near Chard and again on Tuesday 23rd August on a farm near to Taunton to demonstrate best practice when bolusing sheep with Agrimin’s 24·7 Smartrace for Adult sheep boluses. Pat Grace – Agrimin’s southern sales manager explained the importance of trace elements within a breeding flock, along with the most effective supplementation method to use.  Trace elements can b...  Read More...

  • The many benefits of bolusing your cattle when you bring them in for winter - Liz Brown and Countrywide Article August 2016

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    Mark Armstrong Appointed a Director of Agrimin Ltd

    Agrimin Ltd are pleased to announce that Mark Armstrong, who joined Agrimin as UK and Ireland Sales Manager in July 2014, has been appointed to the board of Directors.For the past two years, Mark has used his leadership and people skills to develop an effective and motivated Agrimin sales and marketing team. Mark has a strong dairy industry background, he was brought up on a dairy farm and spent the first 8 years of his career working on various dairy farms in the South of England, ranging from ...  Read More...

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    Knighton Lamb Demo 14.06.2016

    Yesterday evening (14.06.2016) Agrimin in conjunction with Clynderwen and Cardiganshire Farmers held a very successful and well attended on farm evening meeting to promote our Smartrace Lamb Bolus. The event was held at Pantycarragle Farm, Knighton with kind permission from the Harris family. More than 60 farmers attended and took part in the presentation and the lamb bolusing demo.Also attending were Mr Carwyn Davies from Ritchie and Mr Paul Walkden from IAE. Both very generously agre...  Read More...

  • Mr Drummond, lamb bolusing demo day Alnwick 24.05.2016

    On Tuesday 24th May 2016 Northern and Central Sales Manager Liz Brown teamed up with Scottish Sales Manager Tom Darling to present a best practise bolusing demonstration. Liz would like to thank Mr Drummond, Lemmington Hill Head Farm together with Mole Country Stores, Alnwick for hosting the event. Liz conducted a presentation about the production benefit for the famer when using 24·7 Smartrace for Lamb boluses and how supplementing with Cobalt can increase daily live weight gain.   Read More...

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