Evans Vanodine

A minty fresh fragrance for the newest addition to Evans Vanodine’s teat dip range – Masomint

Following requests from customers, Evans Vanodine are launching a new teat dip, spray, and foam, Masomint, which is formulated with a mint odour containing L-menthol. They recognise that teat skin is a vulnerable part of the dairy cow, so with its proven soothing and calming effect, mint can help with good udder health. To further improve teat condition, which is essential to minimise bacteria growth, the addition of high levels of glycerol to smooth and soften the skin are an important part of the formulation.

Masomint has excellent bactericidal action due to the presence of chlorhexidine gluconate and lactic acid.  Testing proves that Masomint kills 99.999% of mastitis causing bacteria which helps to maintain good udder health and productivity. This is a crucial element in any teat disinfectant and conditioner.

Evans know that farmers find it helpful to be able to see easily which cows have been effectively dipped or sprayed during the post-milking process.  So, Masomint has been formulated with a highly visible dark blue colour, so it is easy to see when applied to the cows’ teats. The product is also suitable for use in robotic milking plants.

Evans Vanodine is an independent British family business, who have been sharing their expertise since 1919. The business manufactures consistent, efficient, and cost-effective products whilst maintaining optimum quality across all divisions. They work closely with their distributors and the farms they serve to provide programmes for improved animal health leading to a more profitable farm. The company produces an extensive range of cleaning and disinfection products for multiple applications within the animal health sectors, including DEFRA approved and VMD regulated products.

Please note, Evans’ new product entry in the Dairy Tech show guide contained an opening paragraph which did not relate to their entry.


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