We have found Nadins Hydramix safer to use at the school as the dust levels are much lower. It's easier to clear up than standard Hydrated Lime, it sweeps up easier and pressure washes off with no problems at all.
Warriner School Farm, Banbury
We started using Nadins Hydramix during the Christmas week of 2014, up until this point we were getting 2 cases of mastitis per week, in the following 5 weeks we had no cases, with continued use it has helped to keep cases of mastitis down.
Mr C Hill
Hartpury College, Gloucester
Nadins Hydramix doesn't burn, its easy to put down. It keeps our bactoscan and somatic cell count low. We have also started using it in our enclosed lamb creeps and have found that it has kept scald and foot rot at bay.
Wernddu Farm, Powys
We are always working hard to make sure the environment is right for the cows but the working environment needs to healthy for us too, that's why we've changed to Nadins Hydramix, the dust levels are much lower.
Mr & Mrs Wood
Allerby Mill Farm, Maryport, Cumbria
Nadins Hydramix is a lot cheaper and it does the job.
R & A Agnew
West Duloch Farm, Stranraer
We would recommend Nadins Hydramix as a practical, cost effective bedding to other farmers.
Mr B Rowley
Farm Manager, White Oaks Farming, Part of GLW
We have found it is not as dusty as other lime.
Mr R Downes
Upper Farm, Shrewsbury
We once changed from Nadins Hydramix to hydrated lime but quickly moved back as it was far too caustic. We have never had any burning from Nadins Hydramix and find its low dust levels make it easy to work with. As a single bedding material with the young stock it worked well, we had to use a bit more but there were no problems with it.
Mr M Hulse
Old Hall Farm, Stoke-On-Trent
Tried it by accident, never stopped using it since, its less dusty.
Mr J Proudlove
Backhurst Farm, Nantwich
Nadins Hydramix is not as dusty as other lime and it has helped to keep our mastitis levels low.