Chemvet Newsletter Volume 55: Winter 2024

Dear Clients, Early May was extremely busy for Chemvet with attendance at both AGFEST in Tassie and BEEF 2024 at Rockhampton. It was fantastic to…

Chemvet Newsletter Volume 54: Autumn 2024

Dear Clients,With varying weather patterns across the country – we’ve had reports of extreme heat in the west, extreme dry in Tasmania, fires in Victoria,…

Electronic Sheep Tags Chemvet Australia
Sheep & Goat eID Tagging Information

As Australian sheep and goat producers make the switch over to tagging with electronic tags over the next 1-3 years, we’ll endeavour to keep this…

Chemvet Newsletter Volume 53: Summer 2023

Dear Clients, As we near the end of 2023, I find it nice to reflect on the year that has been. It has been an…

Chemvet Newsletter Volume 52: Spring 2023
Chemvet Newsletter Volume 52: Spring 2023

Dear Clients,These days stock prices are the dominant topic of conversation, followed very closely by the high chance of a dry spring / summer period….

Chemvet Newsletter Volume 51: Winter 2023

Dear Clients, Great news with the launch of our long acting moxidectin injection for cattle – a fantastic product for worm control over the winter/spring…

Chemvet Newsletter Volume 50: Autumn 2023

Dear Clients, Welcome to the 50th edition of our now quarterly Newsletter. This is an unbelievable milestone for Chemvet. Who would have thought way back…

Chemvet Newsletter Volume 49: Summer 2022

Dear Clients, We don’t want to wish an extended dry spell but just thought we would remind everyone what a bit of dust looked like!…

Chemvet Newsletter Volume 48: Spring 2022

Dear Clients, Welcome to our 2022 Spring Newsletter. Against a backdrop of hyperinflation and rapidly increasing prices throughout the Agricultural sector, I hope that you…

Cattle Tick Control Strategy

By Natasha Reading, B.Ag.Sc The tick season is upon us once more, and as always, parasite management is about prevention rather than treatment. Once an…

Chemvet Newsletter Volume 47: Winter 2022

Dear Clients, With the threat of La Nina still over our heads, planning for a wet spring and early summer is going to be important….

Chemvet Newsletter Volume 46: Autumn 2022

Dear Clients, Tash (General Manager here at Chemvet) took this great photo whilst visiting clients on King Island last month. Sleek, dark coats, heavy conditioned…

Weaner Sheep: Autumn Health & Production

by Dr Murray Grant, Veterinarian, Chemvet Australia Pty Ltd Over my time in Veterinary practice, sheep weaner health and production over the Autumn months was…

Chemvet Newsletter Volume 45: Summer 2021

Dear Clients, Predictions in our last newsletter for persistent rainfall throughout summer into next autumn, in virtually all pastoral areas, has so far come to…

Chemvet Newsletter Volume 44: Spring 2021

Dear clients, Good rains to carry right through into Summer! The good winter-spring rains forecast in our last newsletter eventuated and, according to the BOM…

Hello from afar! Introducing virtual drop-ins [NEW]

In this crazy COVID world, Geoff has been unable to get out to visit as many people as usual due to border closures and state…

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Chemvet Newsletter Volume 43: Winter 2021

Dear Clients, I am sure that you will all agree that it is great to see a photo of cattle with grass up to their…

Chemvet Newsletter Volume 42: Autumn 2021

 Dear Clients  For this Autumn edition of our Newsletter we have copied and included our main Product Catalogue, to remind everyone of our product range. …

Chemvet Newsletter Volume 41: Summer 2020

Dear Clients, To you and your family, our very best wishes for a safe and happy Xmas and New Year. The comment from literally hundreds…

Chemvet Newsletter Volume 40: Spring 2020

Well in my last newsletter, I postulated the ‘genie was out of the bottle’ and internationally we had a pandemic on our hands. Please forgive…

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