Detect-Her Tip Paint for Cattle
is a highly visible, long-lasting marking paint to provide straightforward and
accurate heat detection for your reproductive program. The easy-to-use paint
offers a long-lasting mark on the Tip-head for heat detection; it’s also
perfect for marking cows for specific actions, such as sorting or vaccinating.
Rubs off with only a few mounts, making standing heat easily interpretable.
Using Detect-Her Tip Paint for Cattle can help raise heat detection rates,
lower drug costs, and save in labor costs. You can feel more confident using
expensive semen and increase your herd’s genetic level. Highly visible,
fluorescent paint for cattle breeding is easy to apply. Rubs off with only a
few mounts, making standing heat very interpretable. Oil-based; fully
weatherproof for use indoors and outdoors. Can be applied to wet cattle and
continues to work after sprinkler and soaker use.
The Detect-Her Tip Paint Brush On offers a convenient way to
detect heats. The specifically designed paint will rub off with several mounts
to help give the A.I Technicians straightforward and accurate information. Can
be re-applied as often as needed to maintain visibility yet still rubs off
easily. Made with Bitterguard to help deter licking. The thick, water-based
paint allows a more controlled application. The Detect-Her Inverted tip spray
minimizes mess, stays fresh (no expiration date), makes brighter marks, and
goes on wet cattle with ease. A great alternative to the traditional paint
stick. The inverted nozzle can be used with or without the cap. The easy-to-use
spray provides high output—great for writing dates and symbols. Oil-based;
completely waterproof for use indoor and outdoor use. Detect-Her Spray is an
oil based, weather proof and bright fluorescent paint used for heat detection
in cattle. The high-volume, easy to control inverted spray nozzle allows for
less mess and longer lasting bright marks. Paint can be applied to wet cattle
and has excellent removability with mounting activity.
Brush-on Tip Paint: Apply
a uniform strip with width of the applicator brush, about 6 to 8 inches on the
top of the spine. It’s very important to keep the mark as narrow as the brush
cap and on the top of the hard part of the spine only. This will allow a much
higher percentage of removal when the cow stands making interpretation much
easier. Once a buildup is obtained after several coats of the product, the
product works better and makes detecting heats easy.
Inverted-Tip Spray: Shake can for at least 1
minute after rattle is heard and occasionally during use. Spray 4 to 6 inches
from animal being marked. Only touch up once or twice a week. Avoid spraying
near mouth, ears or eyes.
Highly visible, fluorescent paint for cattle breeding is easy to apply. Rubs
off with only a few mounts, making standing heat very interpretable. Oil-based;
fully weatherproof for use indoors and outdoors. Can be applied to wet cattle
and continues to work after sprinkler and soaker use. Great alternative to the
traditional paint stick