December Newsletter

Hiprabovis 3 is a unique vaccine offering the very best of protection for young stock. A trivalent vaccine containing antigens for protection from Bovine Viral Diarrhoea (BVD), Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis (IBR) and Para Influenza 3 (PI3).


The importance in vacinating calves – Dr Ivan Holloway

Growing your heifer replacements to maximise their potential can be a difficult and challenging process. Calves post weaning can face a wide array of challenges such as feed changes and parasite challenges along with social hierarchy changes. Combining these stressors may increase the risk of poor growth rates from disease challenges such as Bovine Viral Diarrhoea (BVD) and Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis (IBR).


Lastest case study about IBR in South Island dairy herds.

The rapid expansion of dairying on the east coast of the South Island during the last two decades has raised the possibility of a growing prevalence of IBR in herds. Ivan Holloway, of Agilis Vets, outlines the results of a recent serological survey of dairy herds in Mid Canterbury and North Otago that attempted to answer the question.


Newsletter – October 2018

Agilis is very proud of it’s Gestavet range of reproductive hormones for use with reproduction in cattle. The Gestavet range includes Gestavet GnRH and Gestavet Prost and you can guarantee that when it arrives to you in a chilled state that it has been refrigerated all the way through the supply chain from the Hipra laboratories until arriving in your vet clinic.


Newsletter – June 2018

Agilis is pleased to be able to bring you two new products from Dairy Tech of the USA. Dairy Tech pasteurisers and the “Perfect Udder” colostrum management system are designed to promote the hygienic collection, storage and feeding of colostrum to new born calves.


Agilis, new technical Vet on board

Oamaru veterinarian Ivan Holloway has been appointed technical vet for veterinary products supplier Agilis.


Startvac Vaccine study update – Dairy News

A nationwide study to evaluate the effectiveness of a vaccine in controlling mastitis in dairy cattle is well underway and preliminary results are positive. Discover more about Startvac.


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