- Contains LSA complex
- Contains Aloe Vera which has a soothing effect
- Contains insect repellent
- Helps prevent mastitis
- Improves milk quality results
Virolac Film contains the new LSA technology which provides the optimum protection. It protects the teat canal after milking and should be applied directly after cluster removal. The insect repellent formula contains Aloe Vera and is effective within 30 seconds on mastitis causing bacteria. It has a number of benefits which help to control the SCC count (Somatic Cell Count). This is the number of somatic cells found in a millilitre of milk. Somatic cells or body cells are a mixture of milk-producing cells shed from udder tissue and immune tissue (white blood cells).
The condition of the cow's teats is vital for milk yield, performance and milking efficiency. Pre-milking teat preparation and cluster cleaning will reduce bacterial numbers in milk. Dip the teat directly after removing the clusters as the canal sphincter is still open and the Virolac teat dip will prevent bacteria multiplying. Each teat should be covered and it can be applied pre and post milking. Including the spray will prevent cross contamination but it will also prevent mastitis; one infected cow could contaminate the 6 following ones. You can use the spray all year round. Mix at a 4-1 ratio with food safe water.
Teat can be rough, chapped and cut from weather, suckling and poor farm maintenance. Virolac leaves the teat in excellent condition, strengthening the flexibility of the sphincter. Mastitis causing bacteria may be on the teat surface after milking so the dip will help protect and prevent the spread of contagious bacteria. Once mastitis occurs it can spread quickly from one cow to another- effecting milk performance and veterinary costs. Always were gloves and protective clothing when using the Virolac Teat Dip.
|WEIGHT :||22.500 KG|