$6.04 to $35.99
BAG BALMSince 1899 BAG BALM has been the farmer's friend, helping keep dairy cows from becoming chapped from the harsh Vermont environment. There's nothing like the original, and that's what you get when you buy this familiar green can. It has stood the test of time, and is still used on the farm today for chapped conditions and superficial abrasions. This protective ointment contains lanolin and helps to keep superficial tissue moist and soft.
- moisturizes and softens skin
- contains no alcohol
- stays on
- soothes cuts, scratches, abrasions and chapped conditions
Key Uses:Cattle: Helps soothe small injuries, rash chapping; massage on caked bag. Softens and moistens skin.
BAG BALM DilatorsPacked in ointment, these dilators are super flexible, helps to soothe bruised, sore or injured teats and help keep the teat canal open for easy milking.
- self-adapting to normal teats of all sizes
- surgically correct in design
- non-irritating in inserting or withdrawing
- fluted shaft deisnged to retain and carry in correct amount of antiseptic ointment
- inhibits germ growth
- dilator will not slip out
- Type: Dilator,Ointment
- Size: Box of 58,8 oz,4½ lb tub
This is one of my all time favorite items to have on hand. We use it for everything from udder balm to mixing with herds for wounds, to using it for ourselves for dry hands. This is a must have for our medical kit, both in the barn and in the house.
"A must have for dairy producers!"
This product is amazing. We have raised and owned dairy cattle and dairy goats for some time period and have always considered bag balm to be one of the necessities of our milking operation. Bag Balm makes the cow and goats udders so soft. We really enjoyed the benefits of the bag balm when we were continually able to compare the udders of animals to neighbors and friends who wasn?ÇÖt using anything. This stuff really works. We purchased a cow once that had a horrible scaly udder, started using the bag balm and it really starting softening up, and within a 4 month period you couldn?ÇÖt even tell it was the same udder. We always keep bag balm on hand and would encourage anyone interested in the dairy cattle, dairy sheep, or dairy goat production field to do the same as this is one of the best products we have found yet.