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  • based on an active iodine complex 3000 PPM registered as veterinary medicine in 13 E.U. countries for mastitis prevention broad spectrum activity gentle for the skin economic in use (non dripping)
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. Kenostart, 3 mg/g iodine, Teat dip solution for cattle (dairy); Indications for use, specifying the target species: Teat disinfection as a part of a prevention strategy for mastitis in cattle. Contraindications: In case of known hypersensitivity to iodine or to other ingredients of the product, the product must not be used. 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 days. 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: Date instruction leaflet: 05/03/06.

Kenostart®, is a teat dip registered as medicinal product in 13 countries in Europe. It is indicated for teat disinfection as part of a prevention strategy for mastitis in cattle. Its formulas and physical characteristics have been developed to obtain the optimum results: broad spectrum activity (more bactericidal iodine available till the next milking), gentle for the skin (pH 5,2; high percentage of emollients) and economic in use (non dripping).

  • The product is supplied ready to use as a teat dip.
  • The dip cup should hold at least 5ml of dip.
  • Dip each teat immediately after milking.
  • Ensure that the teat is completely covered to three quarters of its length.
  • The dip cup should be replenished as necessary.
  • The dip cup should be emptied after treatment and washed before reuse.
  • The product is meant to be used as a post-milking teat dip up to two times per day.
  • If signs of disease appear or persist, consult a veterinary surgeon. Wash hands after use.