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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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.