LACTISAN WINTER- lactic acid, l- solution
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High Emollient Post Dip for Adverse Weather
Aids in reducing the spread of mastitis-causing organisms
Sellador con alto contenido en emolientes para condiciones
Ayuda a reducir la transmision de microorganismos quecausan mastitis
Lactic Acid ………………………….. 3.5%
* Glycerin …………………………. 10.0%
* Propylene Glycol ……………… 40.0%
NPE FREE Formula
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
MANTENER FUERA DEL ALCANCE DE LOS NINOS
SI USTED NO PUEDE LEER ESTA ETIQUETA, POR FAVOR PIDA A ALGUIEN MAS QUE SE LA LEA ANTES DE USAR ESTE PRODUCTO
READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT
Contact with product can cause irritation to eyes. Avoid contact with eyes.
Eye Contact: Flush with water. Remove contact lenses, if present, after first 5 minutes. Then continue rinsing. Get immediate medical attention.
If Swallowed: Do not induce vomiting. If victim is fully conscious, give a cupful of water. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. Get immediate medical attention.
STORAGE AND DISPOSAL
THOROUGHLY RINSE ALL MEASURING DEVICES AND STORE OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Avoid contact with food or feed. Avoid storing near heat or open flame. Store away from chlorine and chlorinated products. Keep container tightly closed when not in use. If product has frozen, thaw in a warm room and shake well before use. Do not reuse empty container. Rinse empty container before disposing of in a safe manner. Do not store in direct sunlight. Store this product in an area where temperatures are less than 900 F.
CHEM-TREC EMERGENCY NUMBER 1-800-424-9300
Not for Human Use
Additional Information on Material Safety Data Sheet
- Lactisan Winter is a teat dip formulated for use during adverse weather conditions to provide a maximum level of skin conditioning.
- Use Lactisan Winter when the weather and environment are a challenge to herd health and teat skin condition.
- Consult a veterinarian before starting or continuing to use teat dip if cow’s teats are sore or chapped.
- Discard any teat sanitizing solution that becomes dirty or contaminated for any reason.
- Do not use teat dip for cleaning and/or sanitizing of dairy equipment.
- Do not pour used teat dip back into original container.
- Good dairy practices suggest the thorough cleaning and sanitizing of teats before milking to avoid contamination and assist in the control of mastitis.
- Thoroughly clean and sanitize teat dip foaming cup before each milking. Use fresh teat dip for each milking.
- Use Lactisan Winter sanitizing teat dip undiluted.
- Immediately after removing milking unit, dip or spray teats with Lactisan Winter teat sanitizer. Apply an ample coat to each teat.
- If outside temperature is below freezing, allow Lactisan Winter sanitizing teat dip to air dry on cow’s teats before cow leaves the parlor, or allow teat dip to remain on cow’s teats for one minute, then dry teats with a single-service paper towel.
- Failure to follow these directions may result in frozen teats and injured animals.
Manufactured for: DeLaval, Inc.
11100 N. Congress Avenue
Kansas City, MO 64153
Manufactured by: WestAgro, Inc.
©2018, Made in USA
| LACTISAN WINTER |
lactic acid solution
|Labeler — DeLaval (173704867)|
|Registrant — WestAgro, Inc. (699288728)|
|WestAgro, Inc||147528723||analysis, label, manufacture, pack, api manufacture|
|K Klean dba WestAgro, Inc.||002222368||analysis, label, manufacture, pack, api manufacture|
|WestAgro, Inc||044610140||analysis, manufacture, label, pack, api manufacture|
Revised: 06/2018 DeLaval
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