A sheep dip especially formulated for the presentation of sheep prior to showing or sale.
Directions. Before commencing dipping ensure the bath is cleaned and make up with fresh dip and water.
Dilution Rate. Fill bath with water and add dip at a rate of 4.5 litres (1 gallon) to 360 litres (80gallons) i.e. 1litre to every 80 litres of water.
Replenishment. Replenish bath with each drop in volume of 150 litres, (35 gallons) or after the passage of 20 sheep or 40 lambs, at the same dilution rate as above. Do not allow the bath to fall below 75% of its original volume.
Mixing. Shake container well before use. Add concentrate directly to the full ammount of clean water in the bath at the recommended rate and stir thoroughly. Do not mix with any other product.
Disposal. Dips are harmful to humans, livestock and wildlife including fish. It is unlawful to allow any poisonous, noxious or polluting matter to enter waterways. Guidelines on safe disposal of hazardous materials and their containers are available from the environments agency EA and DEFRA.
The Sheep. DO NOT DIP when the animals are tired, heated, thirsty, suffering from scour or wounds or otherwise out of condition, nor when full of food. Allow to frip dry in a bare place and do not return to pasture until after they have ceased dripping.
It is essential to clean out the bath and replenish with fresh dip before the bath becomes too fouled with droppings erc.
WARNINGS. Contains: Phenols and Hydrocarbon Oils. HARMFUL in contact with skin and if swallowed. Irritating to the eyes. Toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long term adverse effects in the aquatic environment. Keep out of reach of children. Keep away from food and drink and animal foodstuffs. Avoid contact with skin and eyes After contact with eyes rinse immediately with plenty of cold water and seek medical attention if irritation persists. Wash hands and skin before eating etc.