FootCure is a traditional formula popular for topical application to animal feet. Proven anti-bacterial agents in a moisturizing base.
Vaseline-like texture remains on the surface of the hoof and in between each half of the hoof long enough to work. A very powerful agent in the battle against footrot and foot scald.
How to Use
- Remove dirt/manure from hoof
- Trim hoof
- Apply FootCure™ topically. Use latex gloves to keep your hands clean.
- Protect with a MediBoot or SureFlexx™ Elastic Bandage Wrap
- Repeat as required
Applying FootCure™ on a hoof and wrapping with only SureFlexx™ Elastic Bandage Wrap creates a low cost, disposable solution—as the wrap falls off as/when it wishes.
- Keep out of reach of children
- Keep away from eyes
- Wash hands after use
- For external use only
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Mark S from Wisconsin
We only just started to use this product on a few sheep with foot issues. It seems to stay on the foot well and seems to help; but the consistency that keeps it in place makes it a challenge to use easily. We like it much better than liquid products because it stays put and is more effective.
Danny A from Texas
Foot rot is unfamiliar territory for me. Never experienced it in 35 years of handling sheep. Lots of rain and now it's a problem with my small herd. I have used it twice with success both times! I haven't tried anything else but so far so good. Thank you Premier for the guidance.
I have only used this product once but it seemed to help the ewe that I used it on, I think it will do the job when I need it again
Crystal E from northern California
I used this to treat foot scald. It healed two out of three ewes with a single application. Probably would have healed the third with one application had I used with a boot. Coppertox seems to work a little better/faster, but this is still effective and easy to apply, plus a little cheaper.
Jim V from Indiana
Great product! I used in combination with the foot boot, and in two days it was much better.