Haith's PRO Blog
What is the importance of Hygiene and Garden Bird Feeding.
A One-Day Workshop on the Health and Welfare of Invertebrates, particularly butterflies, was held at Kipepeo, situated at Gedi Historical Site, a village near the coastal town of Malindi in Kenya, on Wednesday 21st February 2018. The Kipepeo Project involves communities who live on the margins of the Arabuko-Sokoke Forest. Local people rear butterflies of certain species, using eggs from females that have been collected in the forest.
International Trade Secretary Dr Liam Fox is set to recognise Haith’s ‘exceptional performance in international trade’ through the new Board of Trade Awards.
Haith's chosen to become a Department for International Trade (DIT) Northern Powerhouse Export Champion
Haith's Baits accept an invitation to become a #NPHExportChamp to encourage others to consider growing their international business through exporting.
Andy Beer (Royal Zoological Society of Scotland) and Simon King (Haith's) attended the World Pheasant Association's Conservation Breeding Advisory Group Avicultural Day (at Cotswold Wildlife Park) Saturday, 7th February, 2015
A WORKSHOP IN KENYA - DISCUSSES HEALTH, DISEASES AND PATHOLOGY OF MONKEYS AND APES/OUR NEAREST RELATIVES?
Non-human primates (monkeys and apes) face many threats, amongst them poaching, destruction of habitat and infectious disease.