NORTEV is a veterinary medical device company based in Galway, Ireland. The company’s Flexineb™ equine nebulization device represents a huge innovative step in administering care to the lower and upper respiratory tract of the horse via inhalation methods. Since its incorporation in 2008, Nortev has worked closely with equine clinics and training yards in Ireland and the UK, recognizing the importance of market led innovation. Flexineb™ is therefore a testament to the collaborative efforts of Irish and UK based veterinarians, trainers and engineers.
About Jiffy Steamer Equine
JIFFY STEAMER EQUINE is an innovative division of the leading specialist company of commercial steam appliances. The Flexineb line of products aligns itself perfectly with the division’s other products including the HAYGAIN hay steamer.
Meet The Team
Clint Joiner – Director
NORTH AMERICAN DIVISION
Clint’s passion for horses began in his youth and has carried on throughout his life. Having been lead wrangler of 75 horses at Piney River Ranch in Colorado for two stints in his career, he has always had a deep respect and admiration for the horse. The son of a large animal veterinarian, Clint grew up on a working farm and enjoys all things equine. He is a partner in a thoroughbred breeding operation in Kentucky as well as the stable manager for a horse racing syndicate. His position as the Chief Operating Officer at Jiffy Steamer Company, allows for complete immersion in the technology behind its multiple product categories. In his spare time, he enjoys volunteering with the Boys & Girls Club, caring for his horses and building homes with Habitat for Humanity.
Stephanie Davis, DVM – Staff Veterinarian
NORTH AMERICAN DIVISION
Stephanie grew up in Indiana as an avid eventer. She continued her eventing career while in college, attending Indiana University and Otterbein College in Ohio and competing her mare, Music, through the one star level. After graduating in 2002 with dual majors in Molecular Biology and Equine Pre-Veterinary Sciences, she worked as a phlebotomist (in a human hospital) and spent time training as a farrier’s apprentice. Her experiences served her well when she went on to Ross Veterinary School on the island of St. Kitts. While in school she enjoyed traveling, including trips to India, South Africa and Thailand. She returned to the U.S. and completed her clinical rotations at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. Stephanie spent two years working at the prestigious Virginia Equine Imaging, several more at Clarke Equine and now co-owns Davis Equine with her husband Chad. They reside in Upperville, Virginia with their three horses and dog.