Udder Ointment

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Udder Ointment

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: LeGear

Active Ingredient(s): Lanolin, petrolatum, benzethonium chloride, cetyl alcohol, vitamins A, D3, and E.

Udder Ointment Indications

Combines lanolin, antiseptics, vitamin A, vitamin D3, and vitamin E to soften, soothe and promote the healing of scratched, chapped and abraded skin.

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.

Caution(s): Wash the teats and udder of treated animals prior to milking.

Presentation: Available in 13.1 oz. jars and 4 lb. pails.

NAC No.: 11530041

LEGEAR ANIMAL HEALTH PRODUCTS
Division of Goodwinol Products Corp.

P.O. BOX 407, PIERCE, CO, 80650
Telephone:   970-834-1229
Order Desk:   800-554-1080
Fax:   970-834-0180
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