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Pneu-Dart, Inc. offers the best remote injection equipment for your remote drug delivery needs. Our remote drug delivery [RDD] systems are designed to capture or medicate while minimizing stress on the animal.
Our products are most typically used to medicate cattle and cervid herds, as well as, control and capture of free-ranging ranch-raised exotics, Pneu-Dart, Inc. makes RDD products to handle every target situation, even from inside a helicopter! This website provides detailed information on our complete line of RDD products. Browse our expertly crafted RDDs, commonly called “darts”, tranquilizer guns (or “projectors” as we prefer to call them), and a full range of accessories.
Our RDD systems have been modified and perfected to the point that they are unparalleled in design and effectiveness.
Assembly Production Associate
Pneu-Dart is seeking an Assembly Production Associate
The primary role of a Production Associate is to work as a team member to assemble products consisting of different components to form a complete piece as per a Standard Work Practice. Participates in the process improvement teams and programs.
Machining / Maintenance Apprentice
Pneu-Dart is seeking an Machining / Maintenance Apprentice
The Machining/Maintenance Apprentice position is a full-time position which enables Associates with minimal job experience to work hand-in-hand with professionals using these tools in a On the Job Training (OJT) environment.
Pneu-Dart is Offering Internship Opportunities
Pneu-Dart frequently entertains internships for students to help advance our projects while providing practical “real world” experience to our next generation of associates. College students interested in internship opportunities with Pneu-Dart as part time, full time, summer or during the semester work can express their interest by clicking the link below..
- Reduced rate of injection.
- Virtually no tissue damage to the animal.
- Minimizes potential for “bounce-outs”.
- Now constructed with structurally superior and chemically resistant resin.
- Helps to ensure ideal delivery.
First and Only disposable Slo-Inject™ RDD on the market!
Pneu-Dart is proud to announce the release of its Remote Drug Delivery online education program. Remote Drug Delivery has been hailed by many as a revolutionary advancement in livestock health care, providing producers with a method of treating livestock when conventional methods are unwarranted. With RDD, producers of any size can benefit from delivering treatment at the onset of infection.
The goal of Pneu-Dart’s online education program is to educate cattle producers of every size on Best Practices for integrating RDD into their herd health program. The program includes:
- an overview of the Veterinarian Client Patient relationship with valuable insight into working with a veterinarian over distance
- how to achieve ideal impact when delivering prescribed medications remotely
- how to select the proper equipment
- how to consistently achieve shot placement in the O-Zone™ target area
- how to properly maintain the equipment to ensure a lifetime of service
- how to avoid costly mistakes in the use and management of a remote drug delivery system
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