A low cost all in one product that achieves unequalled results.
Vermate has been developed over the past eight years in various applications of the animal health industry. Aspects related to Vermate use were developed with clients in practical circumstances. By solving key problems in animal health. Vermate established itself in the animal health industry as a product that achieve results and resolve issues that is unequalled by any other product of its kind.
How Vermate and Thermal Mud helped them.
“We had a 35% success rate on our embryo transplant program with fecal parasite counts of more than 1000 eggs per gram feces. Since using the Vermate program fecal counts came down to between 50 and 100 e.p.g. and the success rate on embryo transplants went up to 75%. The lesson we learnt was that the lower the parasite counts the higher the fertility on our animals.”Lappies Labuschagne (Giraffae Game Breeders)
“My somatiese tellings was altyd 400-500 en ek kon dit nooit af kry nie. Met Vermate het ons dit somer en winter rondom 350 gehou met n drastiese afname in vrotpootjie.”Henry du Preez (Ficksburg)
“Dit werk regtig, my merrie het haar ligament beseer. Die prognosis was ses maande tot 'n jaar. Met Thermal Mud was sy na een maand reg!.”Michelle Berrington
“Flash had a tendon injury. The Vet recommended a 6 month recovery period. We treated the injury with Thermal mud and six weeks later the horse was back in competition again.”Lizelle Fourie (Secunda)
“We use to have 80 horses in our yard and normally had one operation per month due to colic. Since using Vermate colic is no more an issue in our yard and the issue in our bank account with extreme vet bills has also vanished.”
“Ons het elke jaar gesukkel met galsiek en rooiwater op ons Limouzin stoetery. Vandat ons Vermate gebruik het ons nog nie weer vrektes gehad vir die afgelope 5-6 jaar nie.”Friedel Mulke (George)
“My somatiese tellings het afgekom van 400 plus na rondom 300 vandat ons Vermate begin gebruik het. Galsiek en rooiwater het verdwyn op die volwasse diere en die klein kallertjies.”Herlie Booysen (Swellendam)