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Calving Cameras - Give a Farmer a Good Night's Sleep for Christmas

Farmers across the country are enjoying the benefits of having a camera in the calving barn.

Watch livestock without disturbing them.

Calving camera

It allows them to:

• Monitor cows frequently without unnecessarily disturbing them.

• Pick up a problem early and be there to help.

• Only get up and go out when necessary.

• Get a few hours undisturbed sleep, and be fit to work the next day

JS Madders & Sons was one of Intershape's first customers.  They calve 350 cows at Lower Hanyards Farm, Tixall in Staffordshire.

Mr Madders says, "The camera has saved us many calves over the years and has easily paid for itself.  We have a camera in the calving barn which is 1,000m from the farmhouse.  It sends a good quality picture, without any need for cables, to our TV in the kitchen.  It was simple to install and we have never had any problems with it.  When my son moved into a separate house, it was quick and easy to add an extra receiver so he can see the cows on his television too."

Intershape Trading Ltd is offering a 10% discount on all their wireless calving cameras until 23rd December.  As Managing Director, Paul Butland explains, "We have been selling these cameras since 2003, and our customers find they not only improve their health and temper, but make good business sense too. They make an ideal Christmas present - good for you and good for the farm."

Intershape's cameras are specifically designed to withstand the rigours of farm use and come with a 14 day money back guarantee, a years warranty and full telephone support from someone who understands cows and farming.  You can order them online or by phone, where Intershape staff are happy to advise you on the camera which will suit you best.

Visit or telephone 01858 880830 to get one present off your Christmas shopping list today.

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