The fact that winters are temperate and frost does not commonly occur causes ticks and other parasites not to be killed in winter, which results in tick numbers getting out of hand very quickly if animals are not dipped weekly.
I heard about agrifrequencies and put them to the test for one year. I was amazed at the result…. Since there are still ticks that are important for maintaining immunity, I can unequivocally say that I probably have 10% of the normal infestation of especially the fur ticks.
Because I know how much I dipped before and now only apply spot treatment when needed to certain animals, I’m in my element. Most of my animals are no longer ‘infected’ with cypermethrin to keep them clean of ticks.
I also asked (sent photos) for the treatment against pear-shaped liver fluke which occurred in large quantities in the faeces of especially young animals. I have not seen any liver snail in a long time! Put the technology to the test, you will be amazed at the result!
In conclusion, it is clear that structuring water can: