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- A proven, quick and effective way to treat and prevent outbreaks of digital dermatitis
- Will harden the hoof to prevent further injury
- 1 bottle treats up to 90 hooves
- Pump action insures there is no waste
- Easy to use
Heal max gel is a spray solution designed to cure the cause and effect of digital dermititis, more commonly known as Mortellaro. Healmax is the proven, quick and effective way to treat and prevent outbreaks of digital dermatitis. The spray is for spot treatment of problem animals. Starts to heal instantly with results visible after three days. Healmax will harden the hoof to prevent further injury. Animals suffering from digital dermititis will have reduced performance and will be susceptible to other problems. 1 bottle of Healmax treats up to 90 hooves. Care should be taken when handling animal medicines and remedies. Always wear appropriate personal protective equipment.
|WEIGHT :||525.000 G|
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