A comprehensive program of products for milking dairy cattle, and all cattle hoof care. This line is available in a complete kit, and in individual refill components.
Step 1 - The Water Doctor
Stagnant water is a breeding ground for bacteria.
Ensuring that the supply of water provided to your cattle is clean and free of infectious contaminates.
Water Purification Tablets
As important as animal cleaning is, keeping the water your cattle drink are free of bacteria like E. coli, Listeria, and Salmonella is easy with AquaPro.
Step 2 - Hand Sanitizing
Regular hand washing is always the first line of defense...
But, there is still more to be done to protect yourself and your cattle.
Hand Sanitizer with Moisturizer
Adding just 2 sprays of DermaPro to your hands, rubbing it in and leaving it in place will add protection for you and your cattle.
Step 3a - Pre-Milking Care
Of all the Steps, this one is the most important.
Cleaning and sanitizing the teats help to ensure that the milk is not contaminated during milking, and you do not spread germs from one animal to the next.
ClO2 Disinfection Tablets
Using the Mylchize System Dip Cup, 300ml of water and 1 x 1g tablets, you can create a powerful solution for quickly eliminating bacteria from the surface of the teats.
Step 3b - Pre-Milking Care
Of all the Steps, this one is the most important (cont'd)
Wiping, after dipping, removes a great deal of soil and germs.
ProFilac DermaTex Towels
These microfiber cloths will remove 95% of all soil, taking off bacteria with it, and may be washed and reused at least 300 times.
Step 4 - Milking Care
Protecting the cow after milking...
When the milking process is complete, the teats are open and exposed to bacterial contamination for 30-45 minutes. Protection is needed.
ClO2 Disinfection Tablets
Again, using the Mylchize System Dip Cup, 300ml of water and 1 x 1g tablets, you can create a powerful solution for quickly eliminating bacteria from entering the teats openings. Do not wipe.
Step 5 - Equipment Cleaning
Pure milk requires a clean container for storage.
The vessels and utensils used for milking must be as clean as the milk is pure. Proper care of your product requires careful cleaning of each item.
Circo Blue Powder
A slightly alkaline powder, which is mixed with hot water to create a powerful and portable cleaning solution for all your milking utensils and containers.
Step 6 - Checking for Mastitis
Every farmer needs
The essence of understanding utter health in your cattle is being able to determine the Somatic Cell Count from the milk collected.
Using the Mesticheck Paddle, and this reagent, can provide an accurate assessment of the health of your milking cow.
Step 7a - Hoof Care
Animal health is also dependent upon their foot health.
Returning your cattle's hooves to their natural shape with a trim, and removing debris that may be lodged deep in between their pads may be the difference between having a healthy animal or not.
Step 7b - Hoof Care
Trimming and protecting cattle hooves go hand in hand.
There is little guarantee that your cattle will take care with where they walk, and there is little doubt that they will avoid potentially infectious areas. This unique spray leaves a protective coating that defends hooves against microbial invaders.