EndoSan to feature at key livestock events in Ireland.

 

 

The EndoSan team look forward to supporting our livestock partner Ceva Animal Health Ltd at two key events in Ireland.

 

30th March 2017 – PIGS R US

Pigs R Us, the biennial Conference hosted by Parklands Veterinary Group, at the Glenavon House Hotel. Using the same successful format this event remains the focal point of the Northern Ireland pig industry drawing delegates from near and far to this Cookstown, Co Tyrone venue. The Ceva Animal Health & EndoSan teams will be hosting some presentations and round table discussions on the importance of water quality and how EndoSan-CWD (Clean Water Delivery) can bring many benefits to the producers. To find out more about EndoSan-CWD please visit: http://www.ceva.co.uk/Swine/Water-Solutions/EndoSan-CWD

 

11th April 2017 – IRISH PIG HEALTH SOCIETY (IPHS)

An annual Symposium in Co. Cork. Speakers from Holland, UK & Ireland will form the line up this year with John Fitzgerald, chair of the UK pig health & welfare council’s Anti-Microbial use sub group. The EndoSan team will be on stand at the event ready to further support the growing number of Irish producers that have already started using EndoSan-CWD as their preferred water treatment product. To find out more please visit the the Irish Pig Health Society website

 

“Modern pig production systems are focused on creating an environment that results in efficient animal performance. Optimising clean water availability is absolutely vital for enhancing production efficiency, which is a key requirement in today’s competitive pig meat market. The opportunity of creating clean water should form an integral part of both performance and health management protocols.”

Paul Penny, UK Swine Manager, Ceva Animal Health Ltd

“We are delighted with the recent response to EndoSan-CWD from the swine market. Ceva are well placed to support both Vets and farms in understanding the importance of clean water for all livestock and recent studies can prove that it’s a win/win for both the animals and the farm owners”.

Benjamin Sallon, Managing Director, Endo Enterprises (UK) Ltd

 

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