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Inform Nutrition

Inform Nutrition

Inform Nutrition Ireland Ltd., established in 1986 is Irelands leading manufacturer of animal nutritional products across the whole range of species, including Cattle, Calves, Sheep, Goats, Pigs, Poultry, Horses, racing Camels and the Pet nutrition sector.

The success of Inform Nutrition Ireland Ltd., is based on manufacturing the highest quality products.

The company supplies and manufactures a range of nutritional products, including:

  •  Molassed Mineral buckets licks
  • Premixes

  • Soluble powders TMR minerals

  • Sachets

  • Liquids for oral dosing

  • Pastes in syringes from 15ml - 320ml for oral dosing.

Inform Nutrition Ireland’s purpose built facility is supported by a highly qualified and experienced team of nutritionists, to ensure the highest quality standards and full traceability.

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Calf Aid - urgent support for immunity of newborn calves

Calf Aid - urgent support for immunity of newborn calves

The paste for oral application with microelements, produced specially for calves.

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Mineral additive Sweetlics calf/beef

Mineral additive Sweetlics calf/beef

Buckets with mineral additives Sweetlics - a convenient solution for providing minerals, vitamins, trace elements and antioxidants cattle.

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Mineral additive Sweetlics Fertility Booster

Mineral additive Sweetlics Fertility Booster

Mineral additive Sweetlics Fertility Booster in buckets at 20 kg. For cows after calving. For Fertility and health.

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Mineral additive Sweetlics Precalver

Mineral additive Sweetlics Precalver

Buckets with mineral additives Sweetlics - a convenient solution for providing minerals, vitamins, trace elements and antioxidants cattle

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+38 (0562) 35-31-55
+38 (050) 342-40-49
every day from 8.00 till 19.00
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