Diagel for Dogs Testimonial

Digestive upsets are common in dogs. Constipation and diarrhoea are amongst the most frequently presented conditions seen in clinical practice as it can cause considerable distress to their owners. Photographed below are before and after x-rays of a Corgi suffering with digestive issues. These are the actual x-rays provided by a Mervue Laboratories’ customer which show the progress of the…
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SuperCoat Dog Testimonial

A dog’s skin is the largest and most active organ of their body making up approximately 10-15% of their body weight. The outer layer of the skin, the stratum corneum, is entirely replaced in dogs in approximately 20 days. This high turnover rate not only means that dogs are constantly shedding hair, but also that signs of ill health are…
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SuperCoat Dog Testimonial

The role of a dog’s skin is to provide an essential barrier to protect them from injury, excessive moisture loss (or entry) and infection. It is the largest and most metabolically active organ of the dogs body. A loss of the integrity in the dogs skin barrier can lead to infection in the skin (pyoderma) or colonisation of the skin…
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RESPIRON FOR CALVES- SUCCESS AT HOUSING AND WEANING

Tom Martyn farms approximately 40 British Friesian dairy cows, 40 yearlings and 40 calves on 100 acres in Co. Galway, Ireland Having a herd which includes a lot of young cattle, yearlings and calves requires a significant amount of care and attention in order to prevent sickness and disease. This is particularly important coming into the winter months. Therefore, it’s…
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Milkshake C- Guard- Maximising Calf Health Naturally

Pat Higgins farms with his son Liam in Cork, Ireland. Together, they farm 119 calves and 133 cows, producing 520kg of milk solids per cow per year. The primary supplier for this farm’s liquid milk is Glanbia. Having a herd that includes a significant amount of calves requires a lot of attention to be placed on calf nutrition and calf…
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First Drink - Recovery drink for calved cows

Dairy Farmer Michael Nolan farms 110 Holstein cows in Co Carlow, Ireland.  On farm Michael runs a high yielding herd producing over 700kg of milk solids per year. Michael calves down 40% in Autumn and a further 60% in Spring as he is in winter milk. Running a high yielding herd of Holstein cows requires a lot of care and…
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Respiron for Calves - Prevention is Key when it comes to Calf Health & Performance

Michael Kissane farms in Baslicon, Waterville, Co. Kerry in partnership with his son Fionán. Together they have 120 Suckler cows and 300 ewes on their mixed highland and lowland 457-acre farm. The cows are mostly ¾ bred limousin and they are run with pedigree limousin and charolais bulls. Michael’s cows calve in July-August with great fertility in the herd. A…
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MILKSHAKE FOR CALVES- "WE WOULDN’T REAR A CALF WITHOUT IT!”

Eric Jennings farms with his wife in Co. Cork, Ireland. Together they farm approximately 58 British Friesian dairy cows and 44 calves, producing an average yield of 5,500 Litres per year. Eric calves down in spring and has 10 % of his herd left to calf. The Jennings, who have been farming for 30 years know what it is like…
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Encrypt - Prevention is better than cure on West Cork Farm

Caroline Walsh farms near Ballinascarthy, outside Clonakilty in West Cork along with her husband Joe. Joe and his father Patrick also run a busy agricultural contracting business out of the farm. Her herd is currently 64 dairy cows with 100% Spring calving with 12 replacement stock reared on the farm this year. Caroline had problems in the past with Cryptosporidium…
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