Horse Wound Care: Equine Wound-Kote by Farnam
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Wound-Kote™ by Farnam

Wound-Kote™ by Farnam
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A quick-drying, penetrating antiseptic dressing and gall lotion for horses and cattle. Spray on surface wounds, minor cuts and skin abrasions, harness galls, cowpox sores. WOUND-KOTE dries up cowpox lesions and controls secondary infections.

Use Instructions:
Shake well. Remove protective cap. Point nozzle opening towards wound or affected area to be treated. Spray from a distance of 2 to 4 inches. Release spray by pressing valve stem down for just an instant. The slightest amount of spray you can quickly release over the area to be treated will provide adequate dosage. Application may be repeated daily or more often until healing takes place. Whenever possible, clean and dry affected area to be treated before applying.

Keep out of the reach of children. Not for human use. Avoid contact with the eyes and mucous membranes. Do not apply to large areas of the body. Do not apply at all to cats. Note that the spray will stain clothing. For veterinary use only.

Active Ingredients:

Propylene glycol
19.37%
Glycerin
6.31%
Urea
1.80%
Sodium propionate
1.40%
Methyl violet
0.51%
Acriflavine
0.03%

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