- Made of strong, rugged flexible rubber
- Adjustable nylon strap and plastic buckle at the top
- 6" tall with a 2.5" opening at the top
How to Use
If you are using liquid zinc for the treatment, put the boot on first then add the liquid. Pull the strap tight and use SureFlexx™ Elastic Bandage Wrap to seal the top.
The boot should be on no more than one to two days. Keep the animal in a clean dry area and repeat treatment if needed.
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
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Charles B from Oregon
Good product for the individual sheep foot rot treatment when standard treatment difficulty or not responding.
Needs some improvement work: the strap doesn't tighten down on skinny legs, gum from duct tape will prevent locking from the adhesive. Also making the color RED would make it much easier to find in a pasture when the sheep feels better and escapes.
Glen P from Minnesota
It worked perfectly on my adult Boer Doe. I did wrap the top with vet wrap, but probably did not need too.
Lance V from West Virginia
Are used the Medi boot on my Boer goat herd for a few foot issues and they work great no issues and stayed on well even with some rambunctious does! I highly recommend this product!!!
Lee H from North Carolina
This product works well if you can contain the sheep in a more confined space for a few days (dry lot or barn) and then take the boot off after a couple of days. The very best way to ensure it stays on, in our use, was to use the bandage wrap and start on the Mediboot and then wrap around the leg of the sheep. It was still able to pivot, which we didn't like, but it made sure it stayed on and the sheep with footrot could keep the foot dry and allow the FootCure to work. Wouldn't recommend for smaller sheep or lambs.
Boot was lost the first day. Still looking for it in the pasture. Hope to find it by winter. Darn! I really wanted it to work. Now I am wrapping my goat's foot with vet wrap and it's doing the job.