The following are news items about Pulse NeedleFree Systems:
Pulse NeedleFree at Community Open House for Illinois Sow Farm, April 26, 2017 – Pulse exhibits its latest piglet processing technologies at Sandy Creek Lane 5,600-sow farm open house in Illinois. Read more>
Food Safety Assurance Justifies the Switch to Needle-Free Injection, March 9, 2016 – The Director of Animal Health with Hylife says the ability to assure customers that the meat they purchase will be completely free of needle fragments has enabled the company to justify the added costs of adopting needle-free injection technology.  Read more>
Farmers Move to Needle-Free Injection Worth the Investment, February 2, 2016 – The Director of Animal Health for Hylife says the decision to move from needles to needle-free injectors has been well worth the investment.  Read more>
TLC and Technology Take Heifer Development to New Levels, November 2, 2015Read more>
Canada Verified Beef Production Highlights Pulse, August 27, 2014 – Manitoba research gives fresh look at intriguing technology.  Read more>
Producers Encouraged to Adopt NeedleFree Technology, February 14, 2013 – The director of procurement for western Canada with Maple Leaf is encouraging producers who supply the company’s pork plants to consider switching to needle-free.  Read more>
Pulse NeedleFree Systems Now Available in Japan, May 15, 2012 – Pulse NeedleFree Systems today announced that it has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with I.P. Tsusho Co., Ltd. for the Japanese Swine Market.  Read more>
Pulse Technology Reduces Incidence of Needle Fragments in Pork, April 13, 2012 – Manitoba Pork Council reports the adoption of needle-free injection by the province’s pork producers has resulted in a dramatic reduction in the number of incidents of broken needle fragments in pork.  Read more >
Pulse NeedleFree Systems Receives Funding to Advance R&D for Human Health Devices, February 23, 2011 – Pulse NeedleFree Systems today announced that it has received a grant from the Kansas Bioscience Authority to expand and accelerate development of its human health needle-free technology. Read more >
Western Hog Journal “Life Beyond Needles”, May 1, 2011  Read more >
Pulse Technology Advances Injectable Alternative to Sheep Mulesing, February 3, 2011  Read more >
Manitoba Producers Adopt Pulse NeedleFree Technology, December 6, 2010 – The Manitoba Pork Council has announced that one fourth of all Manitoba pork producers are using needle-free delivery technology in their vaccination programs. Pulse NeedleFree Systems has been highly successful in supporting the industry’s implementation of the Pulse technology in Manitoba over the past year. Read more>
Pulse Disease Transmission-Prevention Benefits Highlighted in American Journal of Veterinary Research, October 30, 2010 – Comparison of iatrogenic transmission of Anaplasma marginale in Holstein steers via needle and needle-free injection techniques.  Read more>
Dairy Herd Management Magazine Features Pulse NeedleFree Technology, June 5, 2010 Read more >
Manitoba NeedleFree Initiative for Pork Producers, November 13, 2009 – Manitoba Agriculture Food and Rural Initiatives has launched a new programme under Growing Forward which will help producers with the purchase of needleless injectors, writes Bruce Cochrane.   Read more>
Pulse and M.S. Schippers Collaborate in Europe, September 28, 2009  Read more>