Testimonials

Matt Cowie, Oamaru Farm Kongorong, SA

Our dairy operation is pasture based, with a herd of about 430 milkers located at Kongorong SA. We have been using Beachport Liquid Minerals Blue Cap for over 1 year on all our calves. Usually, we have 170 calves at any one time. We use the Blue Cap year-round through the milk feeder, just mixed…

Kate Cusack Cloncurry, Queensland

I am an avid Campdrafter and Rodeo participant with my 3 horses. Lilly is a 9-year-old Quarter Horse mare that I mainly use for campdrafting and some rodeo events – barrel racing and steer undecorating. Camelot’s Playboy, or Playboy as he’s affectionately known, is an 11-year-old gelding who is an absolute all-rounder at campdrafting and…

Richard & Rachel Maslen, Eudamillah Station Carnarvon, WA

During the last part of 2010, we attempted to destock due to an extended dry spell. The operation took twice as long as predicted, due to the condition of the cattle. Instead of shifting eight decks per week, we only managed four, as most of them needed that time to brighten up for transport. We…

Simon Walton – Australian Reproductive Technologies Wandal, QLD

Australian Reproductive Technologies provides reproductive biotechnologies to Australian beef and dairy producers. Although our technology is unparalleled in the laboratory, there are many factors beyond our control that have a major influence on the final pregnancy outcome. In particular, nutrition and especially adequate macro and micro element availability. If the availability of these essential elements…

Jacob & Kara Brown Mallanganee, NSW

My family have been breeding and training stock horses for many years, for all codes but especially Campdrafting. We have been using Beachport Liquid Minerals for around 2 years. In that time, we have noticed an increase in the condition of all our horses, all with the same amount of feed or less. All the…

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Alister McClymont, Burleigh Station Richmond, QLD

We’ve used Beachport Liquid Minerals for quite a while on the weaners. We started experimenting with it and it seems to do the job for us, it calms the weaners down. I suppose the primary reason is if your cattle are calmer they settle down better in the paddock and handle transition from being taken…

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