XT Barrier BLU Part A: Product Information

XT BARRIER BLU PART A- lactic acid solution
AgroChem USA, LLC

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XT Barrier BLU | Part A

ClO2 Teat Dip Part A

WARNING

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

STORAGE: Store locked up.

DISPOSAL: Dispose of contents/ container to an approved waste disposal plant

EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER (Chemtrec) 800-424-9300 CCN205494

ACTIVE INGREDIENT: Lactic Acid 1.0%

EMOLLIENT PACKAGE: 10.0 %

NET CONTENTS: 55 Gallons

LOT:

EXP. DATE:

Use XT Barrier BLU effectively to reduce the spread of mastitis causing organisms.

Recommended for pre and post milking applications.

DIRECTIONS:

IMPORTANT: MUST BE MIXED PRIOR TO USE. Mix PART A & PART B in equal parts. Mix by volume.. Add equal parts of PART A and PART B in a separate container. Inverting the container approximately 5-7 times will adequately mix the two solutions. This mixed solution will remain stable for 7 days. After 7 days, discard solution and mix a new solution.

General Use

Once mixed according to directions , do not mix product with any other teat dips, or other product.

Use a teat dip cup to apply. Clean dip cup just prior to use.

If cow’s teats are sore or chapped, consult a veterinarian before starting or continuing to use teat dip.

If transferred from this container to any other, make sure that the other container is thoroughly pre-cleaned and bears the proper container labeling for this product.

If product in dip cup becomes visibly dirty, discard contents and replenish with undiluted product. Do not reuse or return any unused product to the original container.

This product can also be foamed or sprayed using recommended equipment.

Pre Dipping Use

Perform forestripping and inspect teats for clinical mastitis.

Pre-wash teats thoroughly just prior milking with appropriate udder wash solution or pre-milking teat dip. Teats should then be dried with single-service towels

Just before each cow is milked, dip, foam, or spray, each teat full-length into the teat dip or foam cup containing product.

Allow product to stand for 30 seconds.

Wipe teats dry after dipping, using single-service towels to avoid contamination of milk.

Post Dipping Use

Immediately after each milking, use product.

Dip each teat full-length into the teat dip cup containing product. Allow to air dry. Do not wipe.

If outside temperature is below freezing, allow to air dry on the teat before cow leaves the parlor.

Extended Use

When a cow is being dried off, the teats should be dipped in product, once a day for 3-4 days after the last milking.

Dipping should be resumed at least twice daily one week before calving.

Manufactured By:

AgroChem USA, LLC 26 Freedom Way • Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 • (518)226-4850

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XT BARRIER BLU PART A
lactic acid solution
Product Information
Product Type OTC ANIMAL DRUG Item Code (Source) NDC:17307-3005
Route of Administration TOPICAL DEA Schedule
Active Ingredient/Active Moiety
Ingredient Name Basis of Strength Strength
LACTIC ACID (LACTIC ACID) LACTIC ACID 0.0125 kg in 1 kg
Packaging
# Item Code Package Description Multilevel Packaging
1 NDC:17307-3005-1 19 kg in 1 CONTAINER None
2 NDC:17307-3005-2 57 kg in 1 DRUM None
3 NDC:17307-3005-3 208 kg in 1 DRUM None
4 NDC:17307-3005-4 1041 kg in 1 CONTAINER None
Marketing Information
Marketing Category Application Number or Monograph Citation Marketing Start Date Marketing End Date
unapproved drug other 11/23/2022
Labeler — AgroChem USA, LLC (118336116)
Registrant — AgroChem USA, LLC (118336116)
Establishment
Name Address ID/FEI Operations
AgroChem USA, LLC 118336116 api manufacture, analysis, label, pack

Revised: 09/2023 AgroChem USA, LLC

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