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Dairy Dine

Product Type: OTC ANIMAL DRUG LABEL
Autor Name: EXL Laboratories, LLC
Code Source: 50138-762
Route of Administration: TOPICAL

Dairy Dine

Generic: IODINE

Ingredients:

  • IODINE IODINE : Active ingredient - basis of strength - 10000 mg in 1 L

Package Description:

  • 9.5 L in 1 JUG
  • 19 L in 1 JUG
  • 56.8 L in 1 DRUM
  • 114 L in 1 DRUM
  • 208.2 L in 1 DRUM
  • 946 L in 1 DRUM
  • 1003 L in 1 DRUM
  • 1040 L in 1 DRUM

Usage Directions Teat irritation and chapping Active ingredients

1 % IODINE POST-MILKING TEAT DIP OR SPRAY
USAGE DIRECTIONS POST-DIPPING/SPRAYING:
Dip/spray teats with undiluted product immediately after milking. Allow to air dry. Replace the solution if it becomes visibly dirty. With freshening cows, begin dipping teats twice daily for about 10 days before calving. For dry cows, dip/spray teats once a day for several days following the last milking. During cold weather, do not turn out cows until teats are dry to prevent chapping and freezing. If necessary, wipe dry with a single service towel.
UDDER WASH: To avoid contamination of milk, wash teats with this product diluted at 1 oz. (30 ml) per 2 gallons (8 L) of lukewarm water. Then dry each cow `s udder and teats with individual clean towels.
DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT FOR CLEANING AND/OR SANITIZING EQUIPMENT.
IMPORTANT: TEAT IRRITATION OR CHAPPING:
Teat dips have the potential to cause irritation of a cow `s teats or milker`s hands individual tolerance to a particular formulation as well as other factors (dry or cold weather, improper teat dip application, bedding quality, milking equipment, etc.) may also affect teat condition. If you observe abnormal irritation or chapping, discontinue and use and call the technical service department at 1-800-225-3832, or contact your dealer.
ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Nonylphenoxypolyethoxy (12 moles EO) ethanol-iodine complex providing 1.0% titratable iodine (10.000 mg/L)
Contains 10% skin conditioners.

Caution First Aid Storage and Spillage

CAUTION - KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN HARMFUL IF SWALLOWED - HARMFUL IF INHALED - CAUSES EYE IRRITATION
SEE BELOW INFORMATION FOR ADDITIONAL PRECAUTIONS AND/OR CONSULT MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
Personnel familiar with this product are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
FOR EMERGENCIES CALL 1-800-424-9300
PRECAUTIONS:
Protect eyes from contact with this product. Keep container tightly closed when not in use. Use with adequate ventilation. Wash thoroughly after handling product.
FIRST AID: EXTERNAL: In case of contact, immediately flush contaminated skin with plenty of water. If irritation occurs and persists, call a physician.
INTERNAL: If conscious, dilute by giving several glasses of water or milk. Do not induce vomiting. If vomiting does occur, repeat giving several glasses of water or milk. Get prompt medical attention. NEVER GIVE ANYTHING BY MOUYH TO AN UNCONSCIOUS PERSON.
EYES: Immediately flush with plenty of clean, running water for at least 15 minutes, holding eyelids apart to ensure flushing of the entire eye surface. If irritation persists, call a physician.
STORAGE AND DISPOSAL: Store this product in a cool, dry area away from direct sunlight and heat to avoid deterioration. Store in a locked cabinet or room to keep it out of the reach of children. Dispose of according to Federal, State, and local laws.
SPILLAGE: In case of a small spill (less than one gallon) flood area with a large quantity of water. For larger spills, contain and remove with inert absorbent and dispose of according to Federal, State, and local laws.
KEEP FROM FREEZING.

Product Label

DAIRY DC Chem
DAIRY DINE 1%
Manufactured in the U.S.A. by EXL Laboratories, LLC.
1011 Glenwood Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55405 Toll free 1-800-225-3832
Part # 762
Net Contents: 55 GALLONS (208.2L)
Lot #: 00010312A Expires: 10/2003

EXL Lab DC Dairy Dine Label
Dairy Dine

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