Stalosan F for Sheep
For sheep, apply Stalosan F directly on straw covered by a roof.
This is particularly important when sheep are lambing.
Stalosan F has been proven effective against many problems, both when caused by bacteria and certain parasites. Examples include coccidiosis, arthritis, skin problems and flies.
Stalosan F for Goats
Apply Stalosan at the recommended dose rate weekly to goat housing areas including kid pens. It may also be used as a foot bath at the entrance to the goat sheds to prevent contamination into the sheds.
Aside from the expected benefits of ammonia control and a drier environment, there is particular value in using Stalosan F for the control of mastitis in milking goats. The straw or bark covered floor will be drier and thereby reduce the effect of bacteria and parasites at the same time as assisting with mastitis prevention and hoof health. In addition flies will be significantly reduced and this product may also be used in the milking shed area for fly control.
The use of Stalosan F is an ideal product to improve the environment for goat herds and the staff who work with them.
When starting to use Stalosan F, apply once a day for 3 days, and subsequently consistently 1-2 times a week. In case of an acute, severe problem and after acute treatment by the vet, Stalosan F may be applied once a day for 8 days, and subsequently consistently 1-2 times a week to reduce the risk of infection.
The dosage is always 50 g/m², but it may be very valuable to concentrate on the critical areas. To obtain full value for money, it is important to apply Stalosan F consistently 1-2 times a week to keep the infection pressure down, also in periods without acute problems.
We contribute knowledge and professional backup to all customers choosing Stalosan F as problem-solver in their livestock production.
When using the product properly and consistently, the farmer will always experience a positive effect that exceeds the costs of the product.
Stable environment sheep
Stalosan F removes toxic, foul-smelling ammonia and hydrogen sulphide vapours that attack mucous membranes.
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