- The spray pattern clears residual milk from the teat orifice and provides effective coverage.
- Contains active ingredients Chlorhexidine and Glycerine to protect against infection and maintain excellent skin condition.
- Chills the teat, enhancing closure of the teat orifice.
- Proven safe and effective under National Mastitis Council guidelines.
- Results published in a peer-reviewed journal, Veterinary Medicine, July 1987, pp. 752-755.
- Peak benefits result after four weeks of use on every cow, every milking.
- Hospitals and dentist offices are turning away from iodine and switching to chlorhexidine. It simply is a better antibacterial. Use Fight Bac on calf navels, cuts, wounds, injection sites and udder rot, plus to cleanse a teat prior to intramammary infusion.
- Our 45-degree nozzle is more comfortable to use, delivering effective teat coverage, even on goats and deep-uddered cows.
- Lower profile of nozzle cuts down on nozzle breakage.
- Seamless aluminum can prevents leaks.
- HOLD THE CAN 1/2 INCH (1CM) BELOW THE TEAT AND SPRAY.
- No chance to spread infection by a dirty dip cup.
- Ready to use; no diluting, mixing or shaking.
- Two cans of Fight Bac equal one gallon of conventional teat dip
- Two cans treat as many cows as one gallon of dip – 600 cows!
- No waste; cost is comparable to mid-priced teat dip.
- FREE shipping on every order, 5 days/week.
- Quantity discounts available.
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MASTITIS IS COSTLY!
- Mastitis costs, on average, more than $200 per cow per year.
- Ineffective control of mastitis costs the dairy industry over $2 billion annually.
- Every dollar spent on mastitis control can return $8.00 in increased milk production and reduced costs associated with mastitis.
- Experts agree that the single most important procedure in preventing mastitis is proper post-milking teat disinfection.
- While teat dipping can be helpful in preventing mastitis, a contaminated dip cup will contribute to the spread of infection.
Protected by U.S. Patent No. 4548807 and No. 4716032 and Canadian Patent No. 1,209,034.
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