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Use of a disinfectant for treating teats after milking

, : Use of a disinfectant for treating teats after milking. Veterinarstvi 25(2): 57-59

A simple, cheap applicator for disinfecting the teats of cows after milking is made from a conventional teatcup and a disposable syringe. The syringe, forming the lower part of the applicator, is used to inject the disinfectant into a rubber head into which the teats are dipped successively after the milking.


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