Animal Health: Dairy Footbath

ThymoxHOOF logoVeterinary use product for dairy footbath as an
aid in the control of digital dermatitis

Your Best Ally as an aid in the control of Digital Dermatitis

ThymoxFOOTBATH1PlogoTo control dairy cattle hoof infections, safely and effectively
ThymoxFOOTBATH2PlogoTo control dairy cattle hoof infections, safely and effectively
ThymoxHOOFCARETo control dairy cattle hoof infections, safely and effectively

A safer, cost effective and alternative to Formalin and Copper Sulfate

Digital dermatitis that causes lameness in cattle is a widespread and costly hoof disease for dairy producers. Footbaths are used to help prevent hoof problems such as digital dermatitis. Continues…

DÖRTE DÖPFER ON DIGITAL DERMATITIS

Dr. med. vet. Dörte Döpfer, MSc, PhD, Food Animal Production Medicine Section, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Wisconsin in Madison.

Dörte Döpfer, Associate Professor at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, is a veterinarian, epidemiologist and microbiologist by training. Among her research interests, epidemiology of digital dermatitis (heel warts) in cattle has led to research about the best-practice for hoof bathing to prevent and control digital dermatitis in cattle.

About Laboratoire M2

Laboratoire M2 is renowned for its innovation and expertise in disinfection and safety. As a state-of-the-art level 2 containment microbiology laboratory, it has developed a thymol-based disinfectant-cleaner formulation which is available for private labeling to distributors for industrial, disaster restoration, institutional, medical, dental and household use.
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