The teat conditioning spray!
  • spray-version of Kenocidin®
  • based on chlorhexidine digluconate and Menthae Arvensis
  • medicinal registered
  • good teat skin and teat end condition
Availability Not all CID LINES products are available in all countries.For information about availability of a specific product, please contact your CID LINES dealer. Kenocidin® Spray and Dip, Chlorhexidine digluconate 5.0 mg/g, Teat dip/teat spray solution for cattle (dairy); Indications for use, specifying the target species: Teat disinfection as a part of a prevention strategy for mastitis in lactating dairy cows. For the maintenance of good teat skin and teat end condition. Contraindications: Do not use in case of known hypersensitivity to chlorhexidine or any of the excipients. Adverse reactions: none known. This veterinary medicinal product is for topical application, significant absorption does not occur. Withdrawal period: Meat and Offal: zero days Milk: zero hours. Marketing authorisation holder and manufacturer: CIDLINES N.V., Waterpoortstraat 2, 8900 Ieper, Belgium. Tel +32(0)57 21 78 77, Fax +32(0)57 21 78 79, mail: info@cidlines.com. Date instruction leaflet: 23/11/09.

Kenocidin® Spray and Dip is the spray-version of Kenocidin® and is based on a unique chlorhexidine digluconate and Menthae Arvensis. It garantees an optimal disinfection and very good skin conditioning properties. Kenocidin® Spray and Dip is registered in 22 European countries with the following claims: teat disinfection as a part of a prevention strategy for mastitis, and for the maintenance of good teat skin and teat end condition.

Available packages20 L
Approval number: 
Vm 22136/4003
  • The product is ready to use as a post-milking teat dip or spray.
  • Use at least 5ml per cow per application.
  • Dip the teats immediately after milking each cow. Ensure that the teat is completely covered to three quarters of its length. Alternatively, spray the entire surface of each teat immediately after milking.
  • The dip cup or sprayer should be replenished as necessary.
  • If a common dip cup or sprayer is used for application, a fresh solution should always be used at each milking.
  • The dip cup or sprayer should be emptied, cleaned and rinsed after each milking session or when the cup or sprayer becomes contaminated during milking.
  • Do not pour the remaining solution from the dip cup back into the original container.
  • Wash hands after use.

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