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Bimeda Ireland - Items filtered by date: March 2019

Dragon BoatThe AWA Globe Paddlers is made up of 24 women of all ages & nationalities who train and compete in Dragon Boat Racing in Hong Kong . This determined and talented group of women have won the Stanley International Ladies Cup for the past 5 years.

dragon boat teamGlobal animal health company, Bimeda, was pleased to recently announce their sponsorship of the team for 2019. The AWA Paddlers embody Bimeda’s core values of focus, collaboration, competitiveness and progressiveness.

The AWA is looking forward to its many races this season, including defending their title at the Stanley International Ladies Cup on 6th June. Bimeda wishes the team the very best of luck for a 6th consecutive year of success.

To learn more about the AWA Globe Paddlers, visit their Facebook page

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Bimeda were delighted to host 2 Sheep Ecto-parasite technical presentations to farmers on Tuesday 26th Feb 2019 at the Beara Coast Hotel, Castletownbere, Co Cork and on Thursday 28th Feb 2019 at the Ouvane Falls Hotel, Ballylickey, Bantry, Co Cork, both starting at 8.30pm.

The events were in conjunction with Terence O Shea Animal Health and the guest speaker was Padraig Hyland MVB from Castlecomer Vets in Co Kilkenny. The topics for discussion were ticks, lice and scab in sheep. Padraig outlined how each parasite affects sheep, how to diagnose correctly, treatment and control strategies, and diseases that arise from each parasite.

Pre lambing preparation and hygiene were also discussed along with best practice on how to reduce disease/infection challenge around lambing time. Cleanliness and proper disinfection protocols were outlined to reduce naval/joint ill in lambs. Padraig advocated the use of Stalosan F powdered disinfectant for use on bedding areas, to reduce the bug challenge in lambing/calving pens.

IMG 1839Pictured : P Hyland (Castlecomer Vets), A Glynn (Bimeda) & T O’Shea (Glengarriff )At both talks there was a good question and answer session and interaction with the audience. There was great interest in Bimeda products such as Ectofly (tick control), Dectospot (Lice control) and Ectoflits (Scab control-plunge dipping), with particular emphasis on correct application for best results.

Bimeda were delighted to be involved in these educational and social events for sheep farmers in South West Cork and the Beara Peninsula.

IMG 1851Pictured: Andrew Glynn Bimeda, Neilie O’Leary Comhola Bantry and guest speaker Padraig Hyland MVB Castlecomer Vets

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