3 July 1998

Seal off cow teat from all diseases

PROTECT teats of dried off cows from contamination by flies and disease using Osmonds Teat Seal.

Teat Seal forms an impermeable, long-lasting barrier, preventing fly strike and pathogens from entering the teat canal, says the company.

It recommends using Teat Seal immediately after dry cow antibiotic tubes, applied 6mm (0.25in) up the teat. Fast drying, the protective film lasts for up to eight days and is coloured blue to prevent misuse.

Available in 100ml bottles with dipping cup, giving up to 60 applications, it costs £15.50 (01482 665781, fax 01482 665782).