Farm Mend DC
Farm Mend DC
Farm Mend is a homeopathic blend designed to assist farm animals that have a wound or infection. Containing all the great homeopathic remedies associated around infection and pus formation.
Ingredients include: Arnica, Calendula, Echinacea, Hypericum, Ledum, Gunpowder, Silica
All our remedies have been developed by a fully qualified Animal Homeopath.
Can be used alongside organic production animals. Check with your certifier.
Natural Pet is an NZ-owned and operated small business handmaking homeopathic remedies for animals. All our remedies have a shelf life of 5 years.
Available in a 200ml or 500ml bottle
All 500ml bottles come with a free 100ml spray bottle to dispense remedy into and for ease of use.
100ml spray bottles for ease of administration are available to purchase.
We use pharmaceutical grade plastic bottles, so they won't break and tamper proof lids so they won't come off in the bike carrier box or when out and about on the farm.
We make homeopathic remedies for all farm animals including: cattle, calves, sheep, lambs, pigs, piglets, goats, kids, horses, foals, chickens, birds, deer, llama and more.
How to use
All Agripathics remedies come in liquid form, as we find this is the easiest way to administer.
You can treat farm animals individually or at herd level.
Homeopathic remedies are best administered on to a mucus membrane, so given straight into the mouth, but can also be given into food or water..
This is best done by putting into their water trough, so putting 1 capfuls in their drinking water means each time they drink, they are getting dose.
How long will a bottle last:
Individual treatment: there are 750 single doses in a 200ml bottle and 1875 in a 500ml
Herd treatment: at 1 capful rate there are 40 doses per 200ml bottle and 72 per 500ml
All instructions on how much to use and duration are on the bottle.
General Disclaimer: Our remedies are designed to support the natural immune system of an animal. We do not claim to treat, medicate or cure any health conditions. If you are worried about your animal or feel they are in pain or suffering please contact your veterinarian.