4XLA Antiseptic Pre- & Post-Milking Teat Dip (Base) (Canada)This page contains information on 4XLA Antiseptic Pre- & Post-Milking Teat Dip (Base) for veterinary use.
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4XLA Antiseptic Pre- & Post-Milking Teat Dip (Base)This treatment applies to the following species:
FOR VETERINARY USE ONLY
FOR USE ONLY WITH 4XLA® ACTIVATOR
0.64% w/w Sodium Chlorite
StorageAvoid freezing. However, freezing will not affect the performance of this product, provided that the frozen contents are thawed completely and agitated thoroughly before mixing base and activator together. Store at room temperature. Protect from heat. Protect from natural and artificial light.
WarningsKeep out of the reach of children. No withdrawal period for meat and withholding time for milk is required when used according to the label. Avoid contact with food. Avoid contact with eyes. If contact occurs, flush eyes immediately with large quantities of water and see a physician if irritation develops. Not for use in sanitizing dairy equipment.
CAUTIONS: For external use only. Do not turn cows out in freezing weather until the dipped teats are completely dry. Mix with 4XLA Activator teat dip only. Compatible with udder washes other than chlorine bleach. If teat irritation occurs, discontinue use until irritation subsides. Consult your veterinarian and milking equipment service personnel if irritation persists.
DisposalUnused teat dip may be diluted with water and flushed down the drain. Do not reuse containers. Empty containers should be thoroughly rinsed with water and taken to your local recycling center.
4XLA Antiseptic Pre- & Post-Milking Teat Dip (Base) Indications
Pre-milking teat dip for reducing new udder infections caused by Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus uberis.
Post-milking teat dip for reducing new udder infections caused by Staphylococcus aureus and Streptocuccus agalactiae.
For use in dairy cattle.
DIRECTONS FOR USE: Measure equal volumes of 4XLA Base and 4XLA Activator into a clean container and mix until color is uniform throughout. Do not dilute. Mix only enough product for one milking of the herd. Dip cups should be washed after each milking.
Pre-Milking: If teats are visibly dirty, wash and dry teats with a single service towel prior to dipping. Before each cow is milked, forestrip and check for clinical mastitis then dip the teats as far up as possible. Leave 4XLA Teat Dip on teats for at least 15-30 seconds. Wipe teats dry using a single service towel before milking.
Post-Milking: Immediately after milking, dip teats at least 2/3 to all their length in 4XLA Teat Dip. Allow to air dry.
DO NOT WIPE.
4XLA Teat Dip can be used a post-dip alone, or as a pre- and post-milking teat dip. Always use freshly mixed, full strength 4XLA Teat Dip. If product in dip cup becomes visibly dirty, discard contents and fill with fresh 4XLA Teat Dip.
Note 1: If teat irritation occurs, discontinue use until irritation subsides. Consult your veterinarian if irritation persists.
Note 2: The gold colour in the mixed product fades with time. At higher temperatures the fading is more rapid. However, this will not affect the efficacy of the product.
Note 3: 4XLA should be used only with a compatible pre-dip or udder wash.
MEDICAL EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER: 1-800-328-0026
Imported and Distributed by: Select Sires GenerVations, Kemptville, ON K0G 1J0
4XLA® is a Registered Trademark of Ecolab Inc.
Manufactured by: Ecolab Co., 5105 Tomken Road, Mississauga, ON L4W 2X5
NAC No.: 1257022.5
Food & Beverage Division
5105 TOMKEN RD, MISSISSAUGA, ON, L4W 2X5
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