Udder Cream with Aloe Vera
Chap-Guard Plus Udder Cream with Aloe Vera is for use as an aid in treating dry, cracked and chapped udders in cattle. This formula contains humectants to assist in maintaining the moisture balance of the skin. Natural moisture is stripped from the udders from milking machines, inclement weather and other factors. This leaves udders dry and chapped. Chap-Guard Plus has a non-sticky, disappearing cream base that discourages dirt and manure from adhering to udders.
Apply Chap-Guard Plus cream daily or as needed after milking to help reduce dryness and aid in soothing and softening of the skin. Thoroughly wash treated areas, using individual towels before each milking to avoid contamination of milk. After each milking, bathe with plenty of warm water, strip milk out, dry skin, and apply the product.
Ear Mite and Tick Lotion
Ear Mite Killer Lotion with Aloe works on cats, dogs, and horses. It works on contact to kill and repel ear mites, flies, gnats, mosquitoes, fleas, ticks, lice and mange mites on skin surfaces. Safe for foals and safe for puppies and kittens over 12 weeks old.
Ear Mites feed on tissue debris and secretion from the ear canal lining. With repeated irritation, the ear canal thickens and debris builds up within the ear canal. This debris, caused by mite waste, with dead tissue and fluid resembles coffee grounds.
Dogs and Cats: Do not put treatment directly on broken skin or an open wound. Treatment may be applied on a bandage. Do not use on puppies or kittens under 12 weeks old. Consult a veterinarian before using this product on debilitated, medicated, aged, pregnant, or nursing animals.
To kill and repel ear mites: Clean ear to remove built-up wax and dirt. Gently dry ear with a cotton ball or soft cloth and apply a thin film of treatment. The treatment may be applied daily for 7 to 10 days.
To kill Ticks: Make sure treatment covers tick.
To use as a repellent: Spread treatment lightly on outer and inner surface of the outer ear and between the toes before animals enter infected area. Do not repeat treatment for 3 to 5 days.
Horses: Before application remove dirt or debris by brushing or washing with a mild shampoo. Allow to completely dry. Apply a light film to affected areas daily, massaging into the skin for 2 to 3 days. Then apply every 3-5 days as needed.
Natural Udder Cream for Edema
Edema Mint Udder Cream by AgriLabs is an all natural cream containing Winter Green Oil and Japanese peppermint oil. This formula improves blood circulation and helps reduce the pain and swelling associated with udder edema in dairy cows. Contains Aloe Vera and Vitamin E to moisturize and soothe dry and chapped skin. May also be used as a compliment to conventional antibiotic mastitis treatments. No milk discard with Edema Mint udder cream.
Rub about 10 cc of the cream into the udder after milking and gently massage. Re-apply for 2 to 3 consecutive milkings. Do not rub into open wounds or the teat end.
Disinfectant Sow Shampoo
Tek-Trol Hog Wash Sow Shampoo with Aloe is ideal for use prior to breeding, farrowing, or transporting. Disinfects and cleans. This shampoo contains Aloe for better skin condition.