Andreas Dürler has worked with the German company Henke-Sass, Wolf GmbH since 2018. He is responsible within Henke-Sass, Wolf for veterinary products including all sheep and ruminant products. Andreas holds a German degree as a business economist.
He is also involved in the development process of several products for HSW including vaccination guns, drenching and pour-on guns. Andreas will be available at the Think Livestock stand for the entire period of the Sheepvention in Hamilton and will be happy to answer questions and to receive feedback on the performance of the products of Henke-Sass, Wolf.
Stainless Steel Reusable Needles 12 Pack, HSW Disposable Needles in boxes of 100, HDN and DTN Process Detectable Needles in boxes of 100, Ideal Process Detectable Needles in boxes of 100
Think Livestock supply a very broad range of veterinary needles to cover almost all veterinary applications. All vaccination needles supplied have standard Luer lock fittings which fit onto all the most common brands of multi dose vaccinator and single dose syringes.
In most cases there are a variety of needle lengths offered in each needle gauge. Needle lengths vary from ¼ inch to 1.5 inch, and gauges vary from 14 gauge (thickest needle) to 22 gauge (finest).
Intensive Australian swine farming operations on both small and larger scale farms include pig vaccinations or treatments that need to be carried out regularly, many of which are given to younger pigs. This means large numbers of shots are required to treat entire litters of pigs, a process which can be both time consuming and labour intensive. Continue reading Pig vaccination made simple
One of the observable differences between New Zealand and Australian pasture based production systems is the adoption of inline water mineral delivery systems. These are now very common in New Zealand situations, for the introduction of different medications into stock water supply.
In Australia pigeon owners are vaccinating there flocks against the Avian Paramyxovirus, some having little experience at vaccinating birds.
Even those who had experience at vaccinating had to deal with minimum pack size being 500ml ( 1000 pigeon doses). In an effort to help make this process easy for them, and to help lower the cost of the vaccine through “pack-sharing” we soon devleoped our Pigeon Vaccination Kit.
This kit contains everything needed by each breeder to allow them to decant the amount of vaccine they need for their own flock form a (500ml) pack of the required vaccine. So if a group of breeders each purchase their own kit, they are able tos hare out the vaccine without contaminating the main pack.
Think Livestock are stocking a small supply of the killed vaccine, Poulvac.
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