GH AGRI Mastitis Prevention and Treatment Programme
Mastitis means ‘inflammation of the udder’, and is usually caused by a bacterial infection. This inflammation is regarded as the most economically significant infectious disease in dairy cattle. Our product Ridomast has been used on farms across Ireland and the UK since 1989. Ridomast has been used for the treatment and prevention of Mastitis and HSCC. One of the key benefits of our Ridomast program is that there are no meat and milk withdrawal times, this saves our customers money. Ridomast is also easy to use as the product goes into the animal’s drinking water, this saves our customers time. It is less stressful on you trying to catch animals and it is less stressful on the animals as it is not invasive.
With our Ridomast product you receive a full 12 month backup program, where we work to try and get you into bouns milk and help keep you there. We have nearly 30 years experience on Irish and UK farms with over 20,000 customers using our Ridomast program in that time. Year after year farmers come back on the Ridomast program and you can see the results for yourself below in Pat Ahernes Testimony.
GH AGRI Ridomast Treatment Programme
– Fast and effective results for the prevention and treatment of Mastitis
Use GH AGRI for
- Reducing and stabilising Somatic Cell counts.
- Treating and preventing Mastitis
- Additional immunity benefits for cows and unborn calves.
Prevention: Add 10ml per animal to drinking water once a month for four months – covers all treated animals for 12 months.
Treatment: Direct into infected quarter.
milks 100 cows for Glanbia near Cork Airport, “in early 2010 I had a major breakdown in mastitis and spent the month of February pumping antibiotics and dumping milk, I began the GH AGRI Ridomast Programme and my milk yields have been increasing month on month ever since (March 2012 29.8ltrs, April 29.2ltrs) and my SCC is consistently under 200”
“These products are what I call common sense farming – working with nature not against it”,
Pat Aherne, Cork
Pat Aherne on his farm in Cork (with our Airklenz product)