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.
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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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!
Paula S from New York
As the others have said, a cap and smaller size would make it perfect. I was surprised to see that this is basically the same cup that is sold in my local farm store for calves. I would still recommend it though, as there don't seem to be any alternatives.
Sharon F from Oregon
I love the concept but agree witb others about the size. I have a small herd of Boer goats and usually only 2 kids at a time. Woild like it in a smaller size and with a lid.
But it makes doctoring the kids so easy and no mess.love having a handle and being able to hang it up.
jason w from indiana
i agree it needs a cap of some sort. that would make it perfect. however a little plastic wrap can make a good make shift plug. but for what it is i wouldn't be without it! i gave it 3 stars to get people to read the reviews so they can see it needs a cap and is larger then you think when you order it.