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Udder Balm

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Udder Balm

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Manufacturer: Aspen

Frost Protection and Sun Screen

With Vitamins A, D and E and Aloe Vera

FOR VETERINARY USE ONLY

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

INGREDIENTS: Water, Mineral Oil, Glycerol Stearate, Stearic Acid, Propylene Glycol, Glycerin, Sorbitol, Lanolin, Vitamin E, Vitamins A and D, Aloe Vera, Methylparaben, Sodium Hydroxide, Propylparaben, Fragrance, FD&C Yellow #5, Cetearyl Alcohol, Ethyl Dihydroxypropyl PABA.

Udder Balm is recommended for use on teats, udders, hands and other skin areas that are exposed to frequent washing and temperature changes.

Udder Balm aids in the protection against the effects of extremes in weather, low humidity, warm and cold temperatures. Daily application of Udder Balm aids in soothing and softening chapped and irritated skin.

Directions For Use

Thoroughly dry udder and each teat before application of Udder Balm. Apply Udder Balm liberally to the entire teat and udder area after each milking. Be sure to coat teat orifice.

Udder Balm Caution

Before milking, thoroughly wash the entire udder and teat area to avoid contamination of milk.

Manufactured for: Aspen Veterinary Resources,® Ltd., Liberty, MO 64068, USA

NET CONTENTS:

 

1 Lb. (16 oz)

Iss. 10-97

NAC No.: 14750922

ASPEN VETERINARY RESOURCES, LTD.
3155 W. HEARTLAND DRIVE, LIBERTY, MO, 64068
Telephone:   816-415-4324
Fax:   816-415-4314
Website:   www.aspenveterinaryresources.com
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