DRYGIENE™ is an all-natural, super-absorbent, anti-bacterial desiccant clay powder.
Use DRYGIENE™ as part of your Small Pet, Horse, Pig, Dairy and Poultry management program to maintain a much drier environment.
Manufactured with 100% USA-sourced ingredients. Contains plant and mineral products.
DRYGIENE™ contains NO animal by-products.
Dries newborns which then warm and nurse quicker.
DRYGIENE™ dries new-born small pets, piglets, lambs, calves and foals quicker when applied liberally at birth and onto heating mats.
Reduces Strep, Staph and E.Coli bacteria thereby reducing antibiotic use.
Applying DRYGIENE™ onto floors prior to stocking and weekly after placement has been found to reducing scours, swollen hocks, strep infections, navel infections, and umbilical hernias in pigs; as well as reducing mastitis, somatic cell counts and digital dermatitis in dairy cattle.
Super-absorbent helps control humidity and reduce ventilation costs.
Applying DRYGIENE™ evenly over the floor with a blower, sifter, cup, or teaspoon after washing and disinfecting – thereby reducing down-time between washing and re-stocking. Thereafter, apply DRYGIENE™ weekly to reduce dampness in living area.
Absorbs urine and suppresses ammonia making for a healthier, happier environment.
By applying DRYGIENE™, weekly, on floors or in bedding will reduce the ammonia level – this results in more comfortable animals and caretakers as well as reducing ventilation and associated energy costs in closed environments.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Apply DRYGIENE™ onto wet or damp areas at a rate of 67 to 135 grams (half to one cup) per square meter, or at a rate thereof, weekly or as needed with a blower, or sifter, or sprinkle from a cup. Amount and frequency can be altered as needed without risk.
Apply liberally onto newborn including the umbilical cord, also apply onto heating mats.
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