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TAS Country : April 26th 2012
Friday, April 27, 2012 Tasmanian Country 17 practice for your pet's health SAFE ALTERNATIVES: Belinda Atkinson specialises in natural animal treatments that complement traditional therapies. 'I've always loved animals and I love helping them. It's very rewarding after first attending in 2010. She will be sharing site N86 with Profarmer, which produces a range of animal products in- cluding waterproof mineral and vitamin licks. Mrs Atkinson can help treat a range of problems in animals, from laminitis in horses to skin problems, abscesses, sunburn and swelling, and even provides homeopathic vaccines. ''I can help with anything that doesn't require sur- gery or emerg- ency veterin- ary care, because obvi- ously I'm not a vet,'' she said. ''Some of my clients have been quite sceptical about homeopathic remedies at the beginning but once they see how effective they can be, they're converted and they keep coming back, which shows it must be working.'' Phone consultations are now a significant part of Mrs Atkin- son's business and she has clients all over the country. Mrs Atkinson, who also is trained in Equine Touch, said she regularly got calls from people with all different types of animals --- from fish through to dogs, cats, birds and rabbits. Horses also are a major part of her business, however, and she travels across the state to perform Equine Touch on a variety of horses involved in a range of activities. Equine Touch is a non-invasive technique that works by stimulating acupuncture points on the horse. Mrs Atkin- son said this helped to relieve pain and rebalance horses, and could assist with recovery from injuries and general soreness. At Agfest Mrs Atkinson will be available for consultations and will have a range of prod- ucts for sale. She travels across the state for on-site consultations or Equine Touch treatments. To find out more, log on to www.belinadsnat.com. 2012 2010120-120427 GOT CHOOKS? Hate Constantly Feeding Them? Rodents and birds eating their Food? GRANDPA'S CHOOK FEEDERS ...are made to save you time and money by eliminating the need for daily feeding and stopping the signi cant amount of food lost to rats, mice and wild birds. These are the ideal feeders for 1-50 chooks, allowing you to enjoy the goodness of your own farm fresh eggs without attracting pests and their associated diseases. Automatic chook feeder For happier, healthier more productive chooks contact: www.grandpasfeeders.com.au Ph: 0406 154 274 Email: email@example.com Postal:341 Barwon Heads Rd, Marshall Victoria 3216 Standard holds 9kg $195+p&p Large holds 18kg $275+p&p 12mth Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Back! Feeder lid opens when chook stands on platform Strongly constructed with galvaninized steel Waterproof Come and see us at AGfeast Show for discounted prices and save on courier fees. We will be at site number CWA 08 site 6 Suppliers of Quality Visit us at New Norfolk Cycles Site M89 Main Street, AgFest May 3-- 5th 2012 CHAINSAW CHAIN & ACCESSORIES
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