Fed up with paper towel cost and waste in your milking parlour? Now, with the ‘Teatscrubber’ teat prep system rom FutureCow, it’s possible to eliminate paper towels from the parlour, saving money and effort while helping to improve cow health and milk yield.
Teatscrubber is an ingenious hand-held ‘trigger’ style device that uses rotating brushes in combination with a chlorine dioxide solution to disinfect teats. Chlorine dioxide is a quick kill disinfectant that acts quickly to kill microorganisms on the teat while leaving the skin healthy – also being more cost-effective than many other dips. Unlike iodine it doesn’t require prolonged teat contact to kill pathogens, it leaves skin healthy and it’s acceptable for use on organic dairy farms.
Teatscrubber is simple to use too. Squeezing the trigger activates the brushes and starts the fluid flow. There’s even a built-in light to help you place it accurately on the teat. The consistent, one-step process gently washes, disinfects, stimulates and dries teats, meaning that more cows can be milked per hour without needing extra workers. Customers have also reported a drop in somatic cell count and new mastitis cases within the first 60 to 90 days of use.
To find out more about Teatscrubber, call Garry Grant on 07860 590701, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.