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  • Agrimin Sponsors The Sheep Health and Welfare Conference

    On 21st November 2012 The Sheep Health and Welfare Conference is being held at Worcester Warriors Stadium. Agrimin is one of the associate sponsors of this event. The event is being held by the Sheep Health and Welfare Group for England.   Read More...

  • Agrimin employees take part in kayaking challenge for charity

      On 22nd July 2012 Agrimin employees Nick De Kok and James Peace completed a Kayaking challenge with two friends Keiron and Leigh in aid of a charity called JACKS. The challenge involved the four friends kayaking from Snitterby Carr to Brigg Leisure Centre. Keiron and Leigh’s nephew Jack sadly died of a mystery illness that was never diagnosed.   Read More...

  • Get a good nights sleep and help reduce the risk of milk fever with Agrimin 24∙7 calcium

    At an average cost per case of £230, having a cow go down with milk fever is an expense no dairy farmer can afford – and that’s before the labour cost and lost sleep that goes with it. So peace of mind via an Agrimin 24.7 Calcium bolus, at £5.50 for up to 36 hours’ protection, is money well spent, says director James McCulloch. Agrimin 24∙7 Calcium dissolves within 20 minutes and quickly delvers 43g of calcium to the cow's rumen lasting 24 hours.   Read More...

  • Profit from endurance nutrition for sheep with Agrimin 24.7 Iodine Selenium Cobalt

    Sustained release boluses which give six months’ endurance nutrition of iodine, selenium and cobalt might sound like a dream, but that’s just what Agrimin 24.7 offers sheep farmers. “Any sheep producer knows the time and cost involved in gathering sheep to treat them; with Agrimin 24.7 boluses, one treatment means that animal is covered for its full daily requirement of iodine, selenium and cobalt for 180 days. By comparison, that’s 18 times longer than a liquid drench,” says Agrimin director Ja...  Read More...

  • Agrimin will be exhibiting at NSA Malvern

    On Wednesday 4th July Agrimin will be exhibiting at The National Sheep Association, Sheep 2012. The event is one of the largest of its kind in the sheep industry and will attract over 9,000 farmers and 300 exhibitors. The event will be held at The Three Counties Showground, Malvern.   Read More...

  • TEMPERATURES ARE DROPPING-PROTECT YOUR LAMBS WITH LAMMAC JACKETS!

    With the forecast of rain, sleet and snow and cold north easterly winds across Scotland moving south into northern England, it's time for your customers to get Agrimin Lammac jackets for their new-born lambs! Lammacs are polythene jackets which provide protection against the elements for a newly born lamb and help prevent hypothermia which is the major cause of lamb mortality in temperate regions such as the UK. They are made from polythene film which is degradable in ultra-violet light.   Read More...

  • Staggers Alert! – Management Tips for Turn Out.

    Magnesium deficiency, or grass staggers, is still a significant cause of death in cattle and sheep during the early Spring period. The disease is almost impossible to treat as the onset of symptoms is generally very rapid and for most farmers, the earliest indication that they have a magnesium problem is a dead animal. Given this, advise your customers to adopt preventive strategies to minimise the risk.   Read More...

  • Dietary Management of Over Wintered Dairy Cows

    For information on the management of over wintered Dairy Cows click here   Read More...

  • Feed firm has an appetite for worldwide expansion

    A specialist livestock feed manufacturer is carving out an exciting future thanks to the global demand for red meat and dairy produce. Northern Lincolnshire firm Agrimin Ltd has just completed the purchase of a 17,000sq ft base, allowing it to double the number of production lines and increase innovation. More jobs will follow at the Humberside Airport site, just a few miles from Elsham Wold, where it has operated since 1989.   Read More...

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