What some of our clients have said about International Animal Health Products
Danika Marshall & Fiachra-
Just thought I would send these pictures through to you of my horse Fiachra and I competing at the Bay of Islands A&P Show last weekend.
He won all of his classes and took out two championship titles to become Open Novice Champion Saddle Hunter for 2016 and Open Champion Saddle Hunter for 2016.
He is fed Livamol every day and was washed with Livamol Suds, rinsed with Livamol Blu and finished with Livamol Glo for an outstanding shine on show day.
I think these results are a real testament to the Livamol products.
Danika Marshall (from Farmlands Whangarei).
Just thought we would drop you a quick email to introduce ourselves and express how very happy we are to have the support of Howard Morrisison on behalf of IAH.
We can already say we are most impressed with the Sootha Nerves & Stress and where last season we could not take two of the ponies out to competitions together due to separation anxiety, we have had 2 recent test runs at dressage competitions with both ponies preforming well and minimal stress with separation - so this season is starting on a very positive note and we are most excited at the prospect we don't have to split shows and can take them out together!
Isabella was very successful last season winning many Regional and National titles in her Registered Dressage division including the prestigious title of Champion L2 Pony at Horse of The Year. Bella was also very successful as a Young Rider Champ and was selected for inter island challenges and won every season series Titles she entered. This year sees Bella and her pony Prima Bella (by Davidoff imp GRP) stepping up a level along with debuting in Dressage her young but very talented pony A D Dennache (by Hilkens Denali imp GRP).
Both ponies are German Riding Ponies with international breeding acclaim and very closely watched across NZ, Australia & Europe with regular posts on social media via the Importers and Breeding establishements of the Sires to both ponies. Prima Bella in March this year was awarded Elite Status from the Warmblood Assessment tour inspector all the way from Germany....we are most excited for her future in competition and breeding.
A D Dennache as a youngster in hand and under saddle has been doing well with 2 Supreme Champion Titles to his credit - we are also very excited about his future as the last two shows have seen him awarded very high percentages iwth his debut in registered Dressage.
With our showing background the ponies are turned out to a very high standard and much admired with many asking how we keep them both looking so amazing - the Livamol and shampoos and finishing sprays are very very appreciated and I speak highly of them.
I have attached a couple of photos so you know who Isabella and her ponies are please look her up on FB. We look forward to the journey ahead!!
Amanda Lyons & Isabella Chatfield
- 2 Supreme Champions
- 5 Champions
- 3 Runner Up National Titles
- 6 Reserve Champions
- 2 High Points Awards
A big thank you to International Animal Health Products (Livamol) for their support over the 2015/16 season to have Duke and I looking amazing. We couldn't have asked for a more supportive sponsorship with Dukes supplements and calming paste. We have told lots of people about your amazing products and lots of showies are now using them which is fantastic.
We have an exciting next season for Duke as we will be taking him to Sydney in April 2017 to compete at Equifest, Show Horse Council Australasia Grand Nationals and Sydney Royal!!! We hope that we can continue Dukes sponsorship with your company for the upcoming 2016/17 season. And we will certainly promote our sponsorship both in NZ and Australia.
Duke is now enjoying his well earned break while we await the arrival of Little Miss Copeman in August."
• The Australian Wildlife Health Centre at Healesville Sanctuary cares for native Australian wildlife. Every year more than 1,500 native animals in need of specialist veterinary care arrive on the Sanctuary's doorstep, brought in by members of the public, wildlife and land managers, researchers and wildlife shelters.
In total, the Sanctuary's veterinary team performs close to 5,000 procedures every year, from simple check-ups to major surgery.
Thank you kindly for your donation of Protexin. From all at the Australian Wildlife Health Centre thank you for your support of our work to rescue and assist native animals injured and orphaned in the Victorian bushfires.
Your thoughts during the time of the bushfires was much appreciated.
Kim R.V.N. A.W.H.C."
Australian Wildlife Health Centre
We like to give credit where credit is due. We have now been using Calf Weanaid with Protexin and Moneco consistently for over 12 months.
The jersey heifers we are turning out are across the board larger boned, taller, very sleek and generally healthier animals then we have previously reared.
Because the calves are fed on the richer jersey milk we even water down their milk ration which to the Uni at Gatton is a big no no. Nevertheless we are getting these results.
Alan and I kept saying to each other how well grown heifers have been lately. It took a while for the penny to drop with us because the bulls and A.I we use have remained the same.
Alan and Delores Stock
This lovely letter was sent to us from Tasmania from a happy winner.
Dear Mr Vecchiet,
Just a short note to thank you for sponsoring Campdraft Tasmanis Inc. and for donating Mecworma, which i was lucky enough to win some.
Without our generous sponsors like yourself our Finals would be very dull.
A letter from a student who attended BeefEx 2012.
“As a student sponsored by International Animal Health to attend BeefEx 2012, I found the experience extremely rewarding and inspiring to participate in two days of interaction with a dedicated and passionate group of Industry delegates converging to discuss and address issues facing the beef industry. It was immensely satisfying to be involved in a collective group banding together for a one common cause, to educate and promote livestock production.
It was also encouraging as a woman approaching employment in the agricultural industry – I hope the beef industry - to view first hand the wide ranging influence and prominence women now have in the cattle industry (Gina Lincoln, Tess Herbert, Catherine Marriott, Cait Griffiths, Wendy Smith....I allude to you!). Many discussions heard throughout the conference alluded to the feedlot sector (and the livestock industry as a collective) needing to be more involved in promoting livestock production in the community and share their positive stories more widely. Today consumers have a lack of knowledge regarding the beef industry, so clear messages from fair dinkum producers articulating their personal stories can certainly influence consumers. Bryce Camm presented an extraordinary, albeit confronting, take on just how positive (or poisonous) social media can be. Catherine Marriott described a culture ‘extremely tech-savvy, relying on technology to perform their jobs – plugged in 24 hours a day’. Where better to begin the educational process in sustaining agriculture than encourage the awareness and producer involvement in social media networks. The age-old saying ‘if you can’t beat them, join them’ has considerable merit in this space.
ALFA has come of age in adopting such methods, now prominent on both the facebook and twitter scene; it takes just one click for a user to share a single story with their ‘web of friends’. But as it was emphasised throughout the conference, it is not only up to our Industry leaders, but it is up to all lot feeders and industry participants to adopt a more active approach in challenging the misconceptions surrounding the intensive cattle feeding sector.
Jenny Houlihan, of International Animal Health deserves a huge thank you for making it possible for me to be sponsored and therefore attend BeefEx as a student. The team at International Animal Health is an extremely knowledgeable bunch and I appreciate them taking the time to discuss with me the important aspects of animal health, nutrition and production performance, an area that interests me greatly. I would also like to thank ALFA for providing the opportunity for students to not only attend BeefEx, a magnificent event, but also providing me with the opportunity to communicate and network with a distinguished group of passionate livestock producers, and hear their stories!”
Sal Cudmore, B. Animal Science, CSU Wagga Wagga
A lovely comment from a happy customer.
Hi, my horse has been on your product for a couple of weeks and i am definitely seeing a difference in him, please don't ever discontinue this product,
Thank you very much
Another lovely comment from a happy customer.
I would like to say how wonderful Livamol is. I have owned and bred Arabian horses for over 30 years and back then Livamol was one of the few feed supplements available and I fed it to all my horses.
Over the years I have tried many fancy feeds to supposedly get the best out of my horses.
A few years back (about 3 years now) I decided to go back to basic feeding of my horses which range from small welsh ponies to Arabs and large thoroughbreds. Now I feed mixed chaff bran and pony pellets and the only supplement fed is Livamol to all the horses, the results speak for themselves.
Received January 2013
I would like to congratulate you on such a wonderful product Sootha that you manufacture. We came across a T/bred 4 year old only off the track for little under a year and she had already gone through three owners within the year, she was mistreaded and had quite some behaviour issues that was very concerning as she was very aggressive and difficult to handle and ride as well she suffered terrible spasmodic colic and found that she was very uptight about life in general. I searched for a product to help her relax and work towards her reaching her full potential and make her feel safe and more to the point help her colic episodes. Since the introduction of Sootha in July 2012 she has not had a colic episode and the horses attitude has improved ten fold, whilst keeping in mind having a steady ownership in someone she can now rely on and feel safe around has obviously been a key factor in building a better relationship this has been possible mostly due to your product. She is now working well and is a much safer more relaxed horse to work around with a whole new look on life. So thankyou very much and keep up the great work.
Regards Melanie Hollitt
Received March 2013
A friend of ours had an older horse that they had really struggled to get in good condition. After feeding Livamol for a few weeks there was a marked improvement in the horse's condition. We had struggled to control itching in our horses over the last few years. Horses that had not had itch developed the complaint. We had the idea that using Livamol could assist to control itch by having our cutting horses coats in good condition prior to summer. Feeding Livamol commenced in late winter, during spring we received many comments about how good our horses looked. So far this summer we haven't had to use hooded fly masks compared to the last 2 years and the level of itching is definitely reduced.
Bacteria can enter the body by one or more of several routes. These include ingestion, inhalation, via the reproductive tract, for example at coitus or artificial insemination, from the mother to the offspring, or via skin penetration, for example due to biting insects.
Different disease-causing bacteria affect different parts of the body and this can correlate with the route of entry. For example, Pasteurella Spp, that cause pneumonia, are often inhaled, whereas Salmonella Spp. are ingested.
Let me share with you a human example to explain this concept in relation to non-immune defence mechanisms. Some years ago there was an outbreak of salmonellosis food poisoning caused by Salmonella napoli in soft, continental chocolate. The levels of S. napoli in the chocolate were such that anyone eating it would surely die of chocolate poisoning before they ever succumbed to S. napoli food poisoning!
However, on further investigation, it was found that the S. napoli were being encapsulated in very small fat globules and these protected the S. napoli from acids in the upper digestive tract. When these globules reached the small intestine they were attacked by lipases and the salmonella organisms were then released. That is, 100% of the salmonella were avoiding the effects of the stomach acid which normally killed off a large percentage of the organisms – an effect which had not been taken into account when determining the original infective dose!
Optimum bacterial growth temperature All bacteria have an optimum growth temperature, which is the temperature at which they grow and multiply the fastest. Most disease-causing (pathogenic) bacteria have evolved so that this temperature is very close to the animal’s body temperature, thereby optimising their efficiency at causing disease, so be sure to keep your animals healthy and happy!
Greetings one and all,
Both these yearlings; Ausbred Rose & Ausbred Silk (and the one for each of Premier and Easter) have all been raised on Livamol Feed Optimiser Pellet and finished on Livamol.
The Ausbred Rose filly is by Choisir and the Ausbred Silk colt is by Dalakhani.
I cannot think of another company that can provide its customers with a better example of proof!
If you would like information on the products used to raise these immaculate Yearlings visit our website @ www.iahp.com.au, you can also feel free to give us a call on (02) 9672 7944 or for our New Zealand customers call 0200 424 999.
See Below: Ausbred Rose
See Below: Ausbred Silk
When you purchase our products you buy quality Australian owned and Australian made products. We offer a wide range of solutions for cattle, horses, pigs and poultry. Our products include feed additives, medications, probiotics, vitamins, minerals, vitamins and minerals, first aid, wormers and anti-parasitic products, rehydration and diuretics, shampoos, first aid, tack care and grooming products, blood and muscle solutions, hoof care, coat conditioning and scour control products.