Glenn Weitenberg is New Zealand's winner of Supreme Farmer of the Year Award.
In this interview, Glen names two products as playing a pivotal role in his success.
One of them is Queen of Calves.
We are humbled with the mention.
We are delighted for Glen & his wife Tammi at their outstanding achievement.Queen of Calves, used by some of the best dairy farmers in New Zealand.
If you're keen to lift your game, we've got the body-builder.
Click HERE to read their inspiring story.Read More
Since 1999, Ron Hook has been a technician in the Dosatron Service Department at Bell-Booth. During his time at the workbench Ron has cleaned and serviced many thousands of Dosatrons.
“We’ve had a number of phone calls for Ron in the past few days", says Stephen Bell-Booth, "from farmers who have so appreciated Ron's care and attention to detail when servicing their valuable dispenser. It’s not only the staff at Bell-Booth who will miss his friendly and fun remarks, Ron has a wicked sense of humour”.
We wish Ron and his wife Margaret fun-filled times in the years ahead.
What do Auckland property prices and this couple’s heifer development program have in common?
In 2009, Grant & Danielle Petterd randomly selected 29 calves out of the 78 replacements born that spring and raised them on the Queen of Calves program. The remaining 49 calves were raised on an identical nutrition program of milk & calfmeal but minus the daily addition of Queen of Calves to the milk.
We were unaware of the Petterd's in-farm trial, and the milk production & survival outcomes, until four weeks ago. Click below to read the full story.Read More
Richard talks with Stephen Bell-Booth, the CEO of Bell-Booth Ltd about the advancements and refinements of their revolutionary calf nutrition programme, Queen of Calves.Read More
View PestOff video to see how to successfully eradicate rodents using PestOff bait & bait stations.Read More
After a challenging dairy season and summer, some of our staff were rewarded with a bridge climb in Auckland in celebration of our flagship product, Queen of Calves. Among the climbers were some of our managers, CEO and 5 deserving Product Specialists.Read More
New Zealand may have a chance to break into the $1.6 billion seaweed industry thanks to research that could help make the sushi ingredient more productive to farm.
A breakthrough in 15 years of research by New Zealand scientists has unlocked new information about the most well-known red seaweed in the world, known as nori in Japanese and karengo in Maori.
The seaweed and other closely related species, which are used to make sushi, are highly prized worldwide. They are harvested from the wild and are also farmed.Read More
The NZ Dairy Event website is now up and running, although for some sections it's work in progress the Schedule of Classes and the entry form is now on line.Read More
For more information on the Queen of Calves Nutrition Programme visit www.queenofcalves.co.nz
All you need to harness the benefits of a Dosatron inline water dispenser is the power of water pressure to provide the momentum.
Install a Dosatron on a water pipeline, set it and leave it. It’s as simple as that. Imagine the benefits of water medication through a world-renowned, reliable and accurate dispenser that works day and night, as long as livestock drink from the troughs.
It delivers the precise amount of medication or flavour-enhancer or probiotic as the seasonal demands dictate.
Are you tired of lifting heavy buckets to feed calves? Are you disappointed with the quality of the calves you raise? Here’s the answer. Holm & Laue automated calf feeding systems can feed up to 150 calves the correct amount of food, at the right temperature, at the right time. Day and night. The systems are flexible. You can choose feeding colostrum, whole milk, CMR, part whole milk/part CMR, Queen of Calves, antibiotics and electrolytes. The possibilities are wide and varied, and can be tailored to feed individual calves a specific diet, every time.Read More
Mineral deficiencies in livestock occur throughout New Zealand as a result of our young and comparatively infertile soils. If not treated, these deficiencies have a significant impact on the profitability of a farming enterprise.
Low mineral status can cause metabolic disorders, impaired growth rates, production losses and death in the most pronounced situations.