How to Use
- Fill navel cup with Triodine-7.
- Apply navel cup and coat navel with Triodine-7.
- Remove navel cup and allow navel to dry.
- How much Triodine-7 is needed? Enough to cover the entire cord. We cover up to 200 lambs per bottle. Cost in time and $$ is little when compared to benefits.
- Before using the navel cup, clip the navel short so it doesn’t drag on the ground or risk mother stepping on it. Lessens the chance for bacteria to enter.
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Susan M from California
Have not used this as a navel cup yet but I have used these as teat dip cups for many years and they have always worked well.
Jo B from Texas
After using everything from a pill bottle to a measuring cup this does work pretty well. It's rather hard to use and I wish the bottle part was smaller. I had hoped to keep from getting unsubscribe myself, so far it hasn't worked out. Also wish it has a cover.
Cheatgrass A from Idaho
This saves me a lot of iodine because it doesn’t spill. It is also super easy to dip lambs in it because it’s so wide. It hangs on the fence so it’s always available. It’s a bit of a pain to wash but is doable.
Amanda M from Missouri
Works exactly as expected.
Roderick M from New Hampshire
We tried the navel cup this year on our Kiko kids (and one Boki kid!) and found it too big and cumbersome - we spilled iodine on both the kids and ourselves! As a previous reviewer said, it is a more suitable size for calves. We are going to go back to what we used in the past: a 35mm film canister - it actually works just fine!