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Teat Glo Sanitizing Teat DipThis treatment applies to the following species:
Pounds per gallon
Contains nonylphenoxypolyethoxyethanol-iodine complex, providing 10,000 ppm titratable iodine.
(Contains a 10% emollient system).
Teat Glo Sanitizing Teat Dip Indications
For use as a teat dip in the prevention of mastitis.
Dosage and AdministrationTo Use: Directions For Teat Dipping
Post Milking: Immediately after milking, use TEAT GLO® at full strength. Submerge entire teat in TEAT GLO® solution. Allow to air dry. Do not wipe. Always use fresh, full strength TEAT GLO®. If product in dip cup becomes visibly dirty, discard contents and replenish with undiluted product. Do not reuse or return used product to the original container. Do not turn cows out in freezing weather until TEAT GLO® is completely dry.
Use proper procedures for udder washing or pre-milking teat dipping just prior to next milking to avoid contamination of milk.
Important: Do not mix TEAT GLO® with any other teat spray, dip or other products. If transferred from this container to any other, make sure that other container is thoroughly pre-cleaned and bears the proper container labeling for TEAT GLO®.
Caution(s): TEAT GLO® is not intended to cure or help the healing of chapped or irritated teats. In case of teat irritation or chapping, have the condition examined and, if necessary, treated by a veterinarian.
Warning(s): For cautionary and first aid information, consult the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS).
Presentation: Available in 55 gallon (208.2 L) drum.
NAC No.: 14490141
370 WABASHA STREET N., ST. PAUL, MN, 55102
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