Giles Henry writes :-
I have now been using Crossgates products for some 8 or 9 years and continue to be impressed by the results we get. We produce organic beef, chicken, eggs and lamb. We tend to make use of Crossgates products for specific problems, and whether it is New Forest disease in cattle, or an IB challenge in our hens results have always been outstanding. We now use products in our organic pullet rearing unit, where we rear Columbian Blacktails for our laying sheds. We have encountered specific problems in rearing and with the help of Crossgates products we have been able to tackle these with great confidence.
There service is always first class and all their staff are helpful and courteous. A very good company to deal with, and the results to match.
Marie Boyce writes :-
Crossgates seaweed is going down very well with the bantams. I mix it into their mash with some water (which they love) and put a pinch in with their mixed corn too. Their feathers are looking nice and shiny (particularly on the black miniature Silkie), and the bowls are always virtually licked clean by the evening which is a good sign.
Debbie Jeffery writes :-
Soloman looks great ! This year he has a mane and tail, which he has never had before. He is now a happy horse. Many thanks. Soloman uses the E. test Remedy + Sweetitch resonnances.
Sharon Blakey writes :-
I work both my American Bulldogs in weightpull, my youngest American Bulldog is 10 months old and mainly white with a slightly bullyish face so I was having to wipe the tearstains twice a day and they were still showing, also I don't like using things with chemicals near his eyes. After using Apple Cider Vinegar (as a wipe and in their food) for one week my dogs tearstains have gone and their coats are so soft. I have also noticed the energy difference in both my bitch and dog when they are working in weightpull.
Kim one of our Human patients writes :-
I had the hair test done in sept 2006 to help my rosacea and mouth ulcers, since taking the remedy my mouth ulcers have cleared and my skin is in really good condition. It also gave me a psychological boost. I have just had my first mouth ulcer in six months May 2007 and have had a repeat test, and I am hoping for similar results.
Mrs. V Brookes writes :-
Recently we sold some cows which had a 5 hour journey ahead of them. We gave them Aconite everyday for a week before travelling. When it was time to go they loaded calmly, travelled well, unloaded calmly and the trailer hardly needed cleaning.
Mrs. M Lucas writes :-
I had a dog with a very smelly coat and purchased a spray (Kreosotum) from crossgates. It was 'just wonderful' the smell has gone within days.
Probiotics for British Saddleback piglets.
To help the beneficial gut flora become well established in young Saddleback piglets probiotics sourced from Crossgates Bioenergetics is added to their creep feed. By encoraging the beneficial gut flora all the nasties like ecoli and salmonella can be greatly reduced enabling the small Saddleback piglets to flourish. (millions of beneficial bacteria crowd out,disease promoting bad bacteria)
I continue to feed these probiotics which is a white powder, easily added to their creep feed,until the piglets are well established and growing well(approx 40 kilo live weight). Show pigs ,the elite British Saddleback pigs, are fed the probiotics throughout the show season until September.I find this helps to avoid digestive upsets caused by travel and days away at shows,reducing the stress to the Saddleback pigs.
Today, Crossgates Bioenergetics are able to add beneficial herd specific remedies[resonances] based on hair test analysis,therefore enabling even healthier Saddleback pigs. When these probiotics and remedies are fed to the sow pre and post farrowing it ensures that the Saddleback sows colostrum will offer maximum health benefit to the new born piglets,before they are introduced to creep feed.
Beneficial gut bacteria,improves and promotes efficient digestion,improving daily weight gain through better food conversion,and leads to an enhanced immune system. Happier, healthier Saddleback pigs, that are winners in the show ring and with the butchers.
Probiotics form a very important part in the equation 'prevention is better than cure',the basic physiology of my British Saddleback pig keeping.