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Essential minerals for animal health

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Salt is one of the most cost effective methods of increasing production. Research has shown that sodium supplementation can give a significant production response.

Used all year round and formulated to provide essential sodium and a supplermentary source of trace minerals – Summit multimineral salt blocks are a convenient and cost efficient method of maintaining your stocks mineral levels.

Summit magnesium salt block is specifically designed for use at times of increased magnesium and sodium requirements such as calving ...

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Nominations Open – South Island Farmer of the Year 2015

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Entries are open for the Lincoln University Foundations South Island Farmer of the Year. If you are doing something new and innovative on your South Island farm why not enter before 1 August 2015…..  for more information click here

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Doug Avery – “The Resilient Farmer”

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Dominion is honoured to be associated with Doug Avery as a friend, a customer and a sponsor of his “Resilient Farmer” campaign.   This is a man that has shared his personal experience  of reaching an extremely low time in his life, for the benefit of the wider rural community in an effort to help others in similar circumstances.     The following is an extract from his website – ...

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National Fielday’s 2015

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Fieldays 2014_1Dominion Salt will be at the National Fieldays again this year.

The Summit team will be on site    PC31    in the main Pavilion to answer any questions you may have.

We will have all our products on show with specifications available and use rates for your animal type.  Come and talk to us about using salt for animal health and ...

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Summit Amaize

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 As our Summit sales team members are driving around the country they have been seeing some great maize crops on farm.   Your supply plan will be well underway for stocking up ...

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SI Farmer of the Year – Winners Fielday

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As winners of the 2014 SI Farmer of the Year event, Patoa Farms at Hawarden is hosting a Winners Fielday on Friday 13 February 2015.   Patoa is the largest free farmed pig enterprise in New Zealand and this event is a great opportunity to come along and meet Steve Sterne and his team and learn more on this impressive farming operation.  Refreshments and lunch provided, plus tastings by runners up Lois and Robin Greer of Retro Organics.  For more details Continue Reading ?

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South Island Farmer of the Year

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Dominion Salt, under our Summit Animal Health Products Brand is proud to be a sponsor of the South Island Farmer of the Year.  The competition included  a variety of high calibre entries and we congratulate Steve, Josie and Holly Sterne on taking out the top prize in this years event.  For more information on the results click here.

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Mystery Creek Fieldays – Feedback

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Wow what an event Waikato put on!  It just seems to be getting bigger and better!  As it has been some time since we had a presence at Feildays, it was great to be back!  Thanks to all those that visited our stand and talked to our staff – it was greatly appreciated!   Being able to talk to our customers first hand gave ...

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National Fieldays – Mystery Creek 11-14 June 2014

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Dominion Salt will be manning a site at this years Fielday’s at Mystery Creek, Hamilton from Weds  11 June to  Sat 14 June 2014.  We will be promoting our Summit Animal Health Products and invite you to come along and visit us.  You can find us in the main pavilion Site PC12.   We look forward to meeting you!

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Doug Avery – Beyond Reasonable Drought

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Dominion Salt is pleased to support and promote Doug Avery and the “Beyond Reasonable Drought” presentations.   

In 1998 after successive and prolonged droughts, Doug Avery had just about given up trying to make a living off his 1500 hectare Marlborough property. Tired, disillusioned, depressed and at his wits end Doug had almost given up on Bonaveree, the property that had been in his ...

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