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DIRECTIONS FOR USE

GENERAL USE
Spread drySTART on wet or damp areas at the rate of 50 to 100 g/m² (1 oz = 28.35 g; 10 ft² = 1 m²), weekly or as needed, to help improve the overall environment. The amount and frequency of use may be increased or decreased as required without risk.

SWINE
Farrowing Sows, Dry Sows, Nursery and Grower/Finisher Units:
Apply drySTART at 100 to 150 g/m² after the room is cleaned, before filling with pigs. Repeat as required.
Farrowing Crates/Pen:
Continue using drySTART daily at 50 g/m² for the first 7 days after farrowing. Repeat as required.

DAIRY AND BEEF CATTLE AND GOATS
Stalls and Pens:
Apply drySTART at a rate of 100 g/m² on top of bedding. Repeat as required.
Maternity Pens, Growing Pens, and Calf Hutches:
Apply drySTART before bedding at the rate of 150 g/m². Repeat weekly or as required.

POULTRY
Apply when starting a new flock at the rate of 50 to 100 g/m² after the room is cleaned before filling. Apply additional drySTART around watering and feeding areas as required.

EQUINE
Apply drySTART weekly at the rate of 200 g/m² on floor or with bedding.

LIVESTOCK TRANSPORTATION TRUCKS
Apply drySTART at the rate of 150 g/m² after trucks are cleaned.

METHODS OF APPLICATION
Application can be made simple with a hand sifter, basket sifter or adapted leaf blower.

HANDLING AND STORAGE
Keep container closed and store in a cool, dry area for maximum stability. Avoid leaving container open for extended periods of time.

CAUTIONS
Do not mix with other products. Keep out of reach of children.

drySTART drying powder is intended to be used as part of a comprehensive livestock facility hygiene management program, including washing between groups and disinfecting. As with any product containing fine particles, proper personal protective equipment should be worn. Safety precautions should be taken in accordance to industry standard health and safety programs. See MSDS for additional details. Check with your local regulatory body in regards to acceptable dust levels.

 
Directions for use
Directions for use