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- Metz Iodine Teat Dip (0.5%) Indications
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Metz Iodine Teat Dip (0.5%)This treatment applies to the following species:
NDC No.: 050748-018
Active Ingredient(s): Contains glycerine, minimum pH 4.0, a-(p-nonylphenyl)- omega-hydroxypoly (oxyethylene) iodine complex, (provides 0.5% minimum titratable iodine). Equivalent to 5,000 parts per million titratable iodine.
Metz Iodine Teat Dip (0.5%) Indications
For use as an aid in controlling the spread of bacteria that may cause mastitis.
Dosage and AdministrationImmediately after each cow is milked, dip the teats in undiluted METZ IODINE TEAT DIP. Ideally a fresh teat dip solution should be provided for each cow and in no case should the same cup of solution be used for more than three (3) or four (4) cows before discarding and providing a fresh solution. Just prior to the next milking thoroughly wash the treated udder and teats in potable water. Use a fresh towel for each cow and never dip used towels back into the solution. When a cow is being dried off, dip the teats for three (3) or four (4) days after the last milking. Do not use for cleaning and/or sanitizing milk equipment.
Caution(s): Keep out of the reach of children. Avoid contact with food.
Presentation: 1 gallon, 5 gallon, 15 gallon, 30 gallon, and 55 gallon containers.
NAC No.: 10190040
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