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Penbode Farm Vets - July 2017 Newsletter
The Penbode Farm Vets July Newsletter is out now!
In this edition you will:
Be reminded of the importance of understanding the impact of antibiotic resistance on world health and why we have changed the way we prescribe them.
Find out about the threat of lungworm and our great pour-on offer to combat it.
Read our Royal Cornwall Show review and sign up for our summer sheep events.
Be amongst the first to find out about the imminent launch of our new joint venture foot trimming service
to download your copy.
Sheep worming meetings flyer July.pdfDownload
FREE Sheep Events - July
Join us for two FREE sheep events in July
Wednesday 5 July, from 9am
FREE Sheep Faecal Egg Count
Penbode Market Hut, Holsworthy Market, EX22 7FA
All welcome to bring in a mob dung sample from 10 randomly selected lambs for FREE gut worm testing.
Thursday 6 July, from 7:30pm
FREE Meeting and Supper - "Improving your flock's productivity through effective worm control"
The Bradworthy Inn, Bradworthy EX22 7TD
Presentation topics include:
- What is anthelmintic resistance?
- Why does it matter?
- How best to combat it
Please call 01409 241241 to book your place!
Plus All attendees will receive 33% off* Penbode's Wormer Resistance Testing Package and a FREE Sheep Parasite Control Plan!
*Normal price £150
Sheep worming meetings flyer.pdfDownload
Improving your flocks productivity through effective worm control
Join the Penbode Farm Vets Sheep team for lunch this month.
We will be discussing:
- Resistance to wormers
- How to maximise your worming ROI
FREE sheep faecal egg count (please bring a fresh sample)
All attendees will receive 30% off their FECRT (normal price £150, attendees pay £100) and a FREE Sheep parasite control plan.
We are holding two meetings for the benefit of our Cornish and Devon sheep farmers.
The Cornwall meeting takes place at:
The Wilsey Down, Hallworthy Market, Hallworthy, PL32 9SH
Thursday 25 May 12-2pm
Contact Penbode Stratton on 01288 353766 today to book your place.
The Devon meeting takes place at:
The CowShed Cafe, Holsworthy Market, Holsworthy EX22 7FA
Thursday 1 June 12-2pm
Contact Penbode Holsworthy on 01409 253418 today to book your place.
Sheep Worm egg count
· Poo should be collected as fresh as
possible ideally still warm when its collected
· Should come from around 10 different
animal to get a representation of the group (a small amount from each)
· A heaped tea spoon per sample is
enough but better too much then too little
· Bring sample in a sealed plastic bag
· If not collected the day of the
meeting then can be stored in the fridge overnight but no longer than that
· Animals should all be from the same
age or management group. (Different ages or management groups would all need
separate counts the offer is for only one!)
· Submit as much info as possible with
the count eg. Last date treated and with which product