About us at Farm Animal Supplies
Farm Animal Supplies is located in Mayobridge, Co.Down in Northern Ireland, an area renowned for its sheep and beef cattle farming.
In 2009 we set up Farm Animal Supplies to deliver a convenient service for buying veterinary medicines to U.K & Irish farmers at competitive prices.
Farm Animal Supplies provides a fast delivery service to the U.K & Ireland and is FREE on all standard orders over £99.
Our registered pharmacists, Paul O'Hare and Patrick Woods, M.P.S.N.I (Reg No. 3001 & 5443) both from local farming families, have wide-ranging knowledge and hands on experience of farm animals and veterinary medicines.
We review every order to ensure you get the best service with regards your products and we are available to answer any questions you might have when buying online.
feedback from our happy customers
Mr H. Murtagh - Co. Down
Great service from Paul and his team. I come back to buy every time for the price and professionalism.
Mrs E. White - Devon
Cheaper than the other sellers online. Always arrived quickly. Very happy to recommend them.
Mr T. Campbell
I live in the highlands so it is easier to order online and have it delivered than going to get it myself.
Republic of Ireland (ROI) Customers
For ROI customers we can only supply medicines which are licensed in both the UK and ROI i.e dual-labelled products. Products not classified as medicines such as general equipment, footwear, hoofcare, lambing & calving, marking products etc, are available to ROI customers.
If you have any queries regarding this please e-mail us or contact us on 048 3085 1000.
Report a Suspected Adverse Event
You can report a suspected adverse reaction or lack of efficacy to a veterinary medicine at https://www.vmd.defra.gov.uk/adversereactionreporting
This scheme is run by the VMD's Pharmacovigilance Unit and is used to collect information from veterinary professionals and the general public on suspected adverse reactions and lack of efficacy to veterinary medicines.
- When you fill in the report you will need to provide basic information about:
- The name of the product which you think caused the adverse reaction or lack of efficacy.
- The animal(s) or person(s)in which the adverse reaction or lack of efficacy occured.
- The signs observed of the adverse reaction or lack of efficacy that is suspected.
- Your contact details as the reporter of the adverse reaction or lack of efficacy.