Della-Soft ACT Teat Dip (Canada)This page contains information on Della-Soft ACT Teat Dip for veterinary use.
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- Della-Soft ACT Teat Dip Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Della-Soft ACT Teat Dip
- Direction and dosage information for Della-Soft ACT Teat Dip
Della-Soft ACT Teat DipThis treatment applies to the following species:
1% iodine-based antiseptic teat dip
Teat Dip - As an aid in controlling mastitis in dairy cattle.
For veterinary use only
Keep Out of Reach of Children
Avoid contact with food
Do not use for cleaning and/or sanitizing milk equipment
Avoid freezing of product.
iodine 1.0% w/w, Polyethoxy polypropoxy polyethoxy ethanoliodine Complex, Glycerin 10% w/w, pH 5.0 minimum.
Use Della-Pretech only for Pre-milking teat dipping (please follow directions on product label)
Using a single service paper towel, thoroughly wash teats with a solution of Della-Wash. Dry teats before applying teat cups.
Post milking teat dipping:
Use at full strength. Do not dilute.
Immediately after milking, dip each teat with undiluted Della-Soft ACT. When a cow is being dried off, the teats should be dipped in Della-Soft ACT once a day for 3-4 days after the last milking. Dipping should be resumed at least twice daily one week before calving.
Della-Soft ACT Teat Dip Caution
If outside temperature is below freezing, allow to air dry on the teat before cow leaves the parlor. If cow’s teats are sore or chapped, consult a veterinarian before starting or continuing to use teat dip.
N.B. The dip cup solution should be changed if it becomes visibly dirty or if sediment is introduced, or if brown colour fades very noticeably.
Manufactured by: DeLaval Inc., 2020 Fisher Drive, Peterborough, Ontario, K9J 7B7
Made in Canada
Product code: 6200
Net contents: 4 L, 20 L, 55 L, 205 L
NAC No.: 12170043
150-B JAMESON DRIVE, PETERBOROUGH, ON, K9J 0B9
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