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New Vacancy at Dalton Engineering Posted on 22/05/2017 09:43

Sales Co-Ordinator required, customer focused with a knowledge of Poultry Farms preferred, confident & friendly telephone manner, with the ability to deal directly with customers.

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New Job Role Available at Dalton Engineering! Posted on 29/07/2015 15:38

We are offering a fantastic opportunity to be part of the team at Dalton as a Poultry Equipment Installation Engineer.

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Common Poultry Diseases and How to Prevent Them Posted on 21/05/2015 15:24

Chicken flocks do not tend to just spontaneously erupt with an infectious disease. Such diseases are instead introduced into flocks in ways that go unnoticed, such as unintentionally carried in on clothing and shoes. Equally common are diseases that the flock are exposed to via the likes of equipment, other animals, vermin, and new additions to the flock, feed and pests.

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New special offers Posted on 27/01/2015 12:14

A round up of our latest special offers

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Christmas orders and delivery cut off dates Posted on 12/12/2014 15:59

Parcel Deliveries:

Tuesday 23rd for Next Day Service - But we would encourage you to plan ahead

Royal Mail:

Friday 20th is latest recommended date for 1st Class and 1st Class Signed For®

Tuesday 23rd is the latest recommended for Special Delivery Guaranteed®

Festive opening times

We close at Noon on 24th December and re-open 5th January, we will have a telephone number on our answerphone for use if your requirement is urgent, we will then get goods for you from our warehouse for your collection.

Don't Let Your Poultry Farm Turn Into a Rat Farm Posted on 05/11/2014 14:46

Rats and mice cause huge problems on a poultry farm, as every farmer knows. Rodents love to make commercial poultry facilities their home because of the vast amounts of shelter, food, and water those buildings provide. Rats and mice will eat chicken feed, gnaw holes in housing, and chew through electrical wiring.

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