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December 13, 2017

The workshop included practical demonstrations of hoof treatment by Te Puke Vets veterinarian Bryce Todd who treated a cow restrained in a Wrangler, brought to the event by Waverley and Wilco Klein Ovink of Whakatane. Bryce says the Wrangler makes treating cows for lam...

July 4, 2017

With difficulty calving affecting around five percent of a herd each calving season, and being associated with approximately 50 percent of calf mortality cases at birth, it is critical to both animal welfare and farm profitability for a farmer to have the knowledge and...

April 30, 2017

If you’ve got two or three lame cows that need treatment, purchasing a Wrangler is well worth the investment, says a Dannevirke dairy farmer. Mike Charlton, who

March 19, 2017

When treating lame cows became dangerous for farm staff and cows alike, South Taranaki dairy farmer Erwin Hebler knew it was time to act. “The number of lame cows and the drama that came along with it was doing my head in,” he says. “Workers’ safety and the safety of t...