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Nettex is now the exclusive GB distributor for EnduraBol, a complete range of boluses for beef and dairy producers by British owned and operated Rumbol Products Ltd.

“The new arrangement will ensure the renowned bolus technology continues to be available, but now with the full support of the Nettex commercial and technical teams,” says Nettex Commercial Director Claire Lalor. “It also brings together Nettex’s respected presence across the agricultural nutrition sector and Rumbol Products Ltd’s long standing technical and manufacturing expertise. This will help provide both retailers and farmers with the technical support they need to identify and implement the best nutrient programme for cattle.”

Manufactured in the UK and available globally, EnduraBol boluses utilise patented technology developed and perfected by Rumbol Products Ltd, which has been tried and trusted by farmers for over 30 years.

EnduraBol bolus technology features “single point erosion” that ensures a consistent and reliable delivery of trace elements and vitamins for up to eight months. In return, fertility, growth rates and animal health is supported through improved nutrition while providing farmers with an easy to use, zero waste product.

The EnduraBol range contains five formulations suitable for cattle over 150kg liveweight, offering farmers a choice of profiles to suit their systems and cattle’s needs. Product lines include High Iodine, Cattle, Biotin, Pre-Calver and Organic.

Nettex, a division of Rumenco, offers a comprehensive range of UK manufactured animal health, performance and nutrition products that have been tailored to meet the needs of UK farmers. The addition of EnduraBol broadens and strengthens Nettex’s range of innovative products developed to help farmers maximise production from their livestock, says Ms Lalor. The company is also a distributor of EnduraBol in the Republic of Ireland.

“We are excited to take on the agency for the distribution of EnduraBol boluses and strengthen the Nettex offering to the UK agricultural market, concludes Ms Lalor.