Udder OintmentThis page contains information on Udder Ointment for veterinary use.
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- Udder Ointment Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Udder Ointment
- Direction and dosage information for Udder Ointment
Udder OintmentThis treatment applies to the following species:
Active Ingredient(s)Lanolin, petrolatum, benzethonium chloride, cetyl alcohol, vitamins A, D3, and E.
Udder Ointment IndicationsCombines lanolin, antiseptics, vitamin A, vitamin D3, and vitamin E to soften, soothe and promote the healing of scratched, chapped and abraded skin.
Udder Ointment Dosage And Administration
Chapped Teats, Scratches and Bruises: Apply generously after every milking, Rub in well.
Galls, Fetter Burns, Cracked Heels and Saddle Sores: Rub in well, then apply a light coating after rubbing.
To soothe and soften chapped and rough skin, massage a liberal amount of the ointment into the affected areas several times each day.
Udder Ointment Caution(s)Wash the teats and udder of treated animals prior to milking.
PresentationAvailable in 13.1 oz. jars and 4 lb. pails.
Division of Goodwinol Products Corp.
P.O. BOX 407, PIERCE, CO, 80650
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