Ambic Supports Farmers’ Talk on Mastitis

Ambic recently supported Animal Vet Services, ( a large animal vet practice in the South West of England, which organised a dairy farmer’s meeting on mastitis and dry cow therapy.

The guest speaker was Andy Biggs BVSc, MRCVS, who is a leading expert on mastitis and has travelled extensively, consulting on the subject in countries as far afield as China and Chile. Fresh from TV and radio interviews with the BBC that day, Andy covered targeted antibiotic treatment for drying off cows before calving, cleanliness in the parlour and application of different treatment regimens for the dairy cow.

Mark Cinderey, Ambic’s International Sales Manager attended the event and spoke to around 40 dairy farmers who attended the event at The Smuggler’s Inn in St Erth.

The event was sponsored by a number of companies active in the dairy industry, including Ambic.

Ambic Published New Product Guide

Ambic has published an updated version of its Product Guide which includes details of the various additions and improvements which have been made to its product range since the last Product Guide was published.

Additions to the range include the following:

  • Incorporation into the Ambic range of a number of peristaltic pumps, dosing and dilution products from its RFE range
  • New range of large bore distribution line fittings for JetStream™ and EasiDipper™ ranges
  • New Locate’n’Spray™ automated teat spray system
  • MkII Fill’n’Dip™ system
  • New EasiFoamer™ automated foaming system
  • New QMI™ Quarter Milk Isolator
  • New Flash’n’Fill™ low level alarm system

The new edition of the Product Guide is in A4 format and is available in English, French, German and Spanish.

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Ambic is Published in The Parliamentary Review

Ambic was invited to contribute an article to the Agriculture edition of the prestigious Parliamentary Review which was published in December. The publication aims to showcase best practice as a learning tool to the public and private sector and is aimed in particular at leading policymakers and executives in the agriculture area.

The Review also consists of a look back at the year in agriculture and Westminster. The Forewords are provided by The Prime Minister, the Rt Hon David Cameron MP and Dan Rogerson MP; the political commentary is written by Mark D’Arcy – the BBC’s Parliamentary correspondent.

The document has been sent out to over 25,000 leading policymakers including all MPs, Peers at the House of Lords, Leaders in Agriculture Services, Dairy Farmers and Livestock and Crop Farmers. The total distribution of the Review across all policy areas is 250,000

Click here to view a copy of The Parliamentary Review. Ambic’s contribution to the publication can be found on pages 42-44.

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