|Category||DEA Schedule||Marketing Status|
|OTC ANIMAL DRUG LABEL||unapproved drug other|
FREE IODINE TECHNOLOGY
ADVANCED CONDITIONING TECHNOLOGY
US Patent Nos.: 4,271,149
Contact with product can cause irritation to eyes.
Avoid contact with eyes.
Eye contact: Flush with water.
If swallowed: Do not induce vomiting. Call a physician or poison control center immediately.
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
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. Keep from freezing. If product is frozen, thaw in warm room and mix well before using. Keep container tightly closed when not in use. Do not reuse empty container. Rinse empty container before disposing in a safe manner.
Tri-Fender is a liquid, iodine-based, ready-to-use sanitizing teat dip to be used on lactating cows directly after milking. Tri-Fender is designed for use in automated milking systems. It has an efficient germ-killing strength due to the stable level of high free iodine. Tri-Fender also has excellent skin conditining properties (ACT- Advanced Conditioning Technology). Tri-Fender is suitable for spraying, but can also be applied by dipping.
- Use Tri-Fender santizing dip undiluted.
- Consult veterinarian before starting or continuing to use teat dip if cow's teats are sore or chapped.
- Do not use teat dip for cleaning and/or sanitizing of dairy equipment.
- Discard any teat sanitizing solution that becomes dirty or contaminated for any reason.
- Good dairy practices suggest the thorough cleaning and sanitizing of teats before milking to avoid contamination and assist in the control of mastitis.
Dip or spray each teat with a DeLaval pre-dip, applying an ample coat to each teat.
- Immediately after removing milker unit, dip or spray each teat with Tri-Fender. Discard any teat diping solution that becomes dirty or contaminated for any reason.
- Before exposing cows to below freezing temperatures, the teats should be thoroughly dry to reduce the potential of frostbite.
- Failure to follow these instructions may result in frozen teats and injured animals.
- Regularly check spray patterns to ensure nothing interferes or obstructs the spray.
- Always clean spraying equipment.
- Always use a clean teat dip cup.
|Labeler - DeLaval (173704867)|
|Registrant - WestAgro, Inc. (069288728)|
|WestAgro, Inc.||147528723||analysis, label, manufacture, pack, api manufacture|
|WestAgro, Inc.||002222368||analysis, label, manufacture, pack, api manufacture|
|WestAgro, Inc.||044610140||analysis, label, manufacture, pack, api manufacture|