Controlled Iodine Teat Dip 0.5%

Category: Farm Sanitation
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A sanitizing iodine teat dip

  • 1/2% iodine, 5% glycerin
  • An aid in reducing the spread of organisms which may cause mastitis
  • Emollient system provides excellent skin conditioning properties, minimizes teat irritation
  • FDA regulated, NDC #060282-2200
Product Number 1205366, 1206776, 1202419, 1202518
Old Product # ST-200, ST-205, ST-209, ST-208
Dairy SanitationDairy Sanitation Teat Dips

Controlled Iodine Teat Dip contains a full 0.5% available iodine. Formulated with 4.5% glycerin and a lanolin-based emollient system to prevent chapping and minimize irritation. A sanitizing teat dip — an aid in reducing the spread of organisms which may cause mastitis.

FDA regulated product's NDC# 060282-1200 and 060282-2200

#1205366 - 4x1 gallon case
#1206776 - 5 gallon pail
#1202419 - 15 gallon drum
#1202518 - 55 gallon drum

Teat dipping is an important part of a mastitis control plan:

  1. Dip teats immediately after milking.
  2. Use good milking and environmental management procedures.
  3. Use properly functioning milking equipment.
  4. Treat every quarter of every cow at dry off.
  5. Identify and treat or manage clinical cases promptly.
  6. Cull chronically infected cows.

Teat dipping in cold weather:
When the temperature falls below 10°F, or when wind chill is significant, special precautions should be taken to avoid chapped and frozen teats.

  1. Teats should be dry before turning cows out into cold weather.
  2. When teats are dipped after milking, allow 30 seconds contact, and blot off any excess teat dip with a single service towel.
  3. Warm the teat dip to reduce drying time.
  4. Provide windbreaks in outside areas for cows.
  5. Monitor fresh cows with swollen udders and teats since they are more susceptible to chapped and frozen teats.


  • Dip teats immediately after milking as a routine part of milking procedures.
  • Dip to THOROUGHLY COVER at least the lower one-third of the teat (preferably to the base of the udder), IMMEDIATELY after every milking.
  • Empty and clean dip cups after each milking, or during milking, if they become contaminated.
  • Do not pour used dip back into original container.
  • Keep container closed to prevent contamination.
  • Store container in an upright position.