C.A.H.L.

CAHL Ltd.
Tullow
Co. Carlow
Ireland

Tel:
+353 (0) 59 915 1251
Fax:
+353 (0) 59 915 1856
Mail:
cgibson@cahl.ie

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Nutribio

Nutribio Ltd.
Tivoli Industrial Estate
Cork
Ireland

Tel:
+353 (0) 214 507 303
Fax:
+353 (0) 214 507 152
Mail:
orders@nutribio.ie

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Trace Element Supplementation at Grass

Mineral imbalances and deficiencies are quite common in Irish grazing situations, while supplementation at grass can prove difficult, especially where little or no concentrate supplementation is fed. Mineral imbalances may …

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Dwarfism – Small Calves

A number of farmers in the west of Ireland have asked for assistance in relation to calves being born very small, with weak legs and joints, and in extreme cases being malformed. More often than not this is as a result of …

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Critical Minerals in the Transition Period

Most dairy farmers are now in the midst of calving and as such their cows are in the Transition Period (3 weeks pre-calving to 3 weeks post calving) Managing the dairy cow during the transition period to minimise metabolic …

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Mastitis Control Program

In an average 100 cow herd, 25 cows can have clinical mastitis per year. Each affected cow has an average of 1.6 cases of clinical mastitis per year, therefore in a 100 cow herd there is approximately 40 cases of clinical …

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Sub Acute Ruminal Acidosis

(Yield, Infertility, Composition and Immunity) For the lactating dairy cow to maximise performance a healthy rumen is critical. Sub-acute ruminal acidosis (SARA) which is more common to all herds occurs when the rumen pH d …

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Why Supplement with Minerals?

Managing Mineral and Vitamin Status in Dry and Lactating Cows A comprehensive dry cow management program must address the issue of metabolic disorders to ensure optimum conception rates in the next lactation, also manageme …

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