DRY HYGIENE

HYGIENE FROM THE GROUND UP

Determine your hygiene strategy

…and it is worth it! Dry hygiene is maintenance and prevention, when the animals arrive, or are already in their housing systems. DON’T blow off dry hygiene – it is neither healthy for you, nor your animals. Naturally, products are zinc and copper free !

Products

ScanHYG™

Fiber effect – superbly absorbent (++ 120% of its own weight). Non-slip solution, neutral pH, added disinfection and anti-adhesive, for all animal groups.
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ScanSan™

Traditional product – the simple solution with standard absorption capacity. Neutral pH, added disinfection and anti-adhesive, for all animal groups.
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Piggy DRY K™

Effective pen bedding for piglets. Combination of dry hygiene and bedding, appealing to pigs – laid before farrowing. Contains potato and straw fibers, plus added disinfection.
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Hoof DRY™

Give cows a dry hoof bath against Digital Dermatitis. Strong drying effect, high pH, added adhesives, light and airy, non-hardening. Strategic application – remember the young (heifers).
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What is your hygiene strategy?

We have prepared a system that will guide you to choosing the right hygiene strategy for your livestock. If you need advice and guidance, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

PRODUCTPurposeDosageResultOther
ScanHYGNeed for extra large absorption capacity (fiber-based) and obtaining non-slip surfaces for the animals. Achieve the effect of dry disinfection as a supplement to other washing and disinfection strategies. Neutral pH“While the animals are in their housing. Focus on moist areas:
Pigs – A handful per m² in the bay before farrowing and subsequently as needed – eg 2 to 3 times per week.
Cattle – A handful per. m² in the stall or on the walkway area. Should be used 2-3 times a week.
Poultry – Used all over the floor before chickens are brought in. Use 50 g (one handful) per m² ”
A dry and clean bedding that maintains a low infection risk while the animals are in their housing. The fiber content ensures a non-slip surface and is commonly used in connection with the movement of animals.See our hygiene wheel regarding hygiene strategy
ScanSan
Good absorption. Achieve the effect of dry disinfection as a supplement to other cleaning and disinfection strategies. Neutral pH“While the animals are in their housing. Focus on moist areas:
Pigs – A handful per m² in the bay before farrowing and subsequently as needed – eg 2 to 3 times per week.
Cattle – A handful per. m² in the stall or on the walkway area. Should be used 2-3 times a week.
Poultry – Used all over the floor before chickens are brought in. Use 50 g (one handful) per m² “
A dry and clean bedding that maintains a low infection risk while the animals are in their housingSee our hygiene wheels regarding hygiene strategy
PiggyDRY K
Pen bedding for piglets, with high absorption capacity and volume. The aroma draws the pigs to the piglets penUsed as needed to keep the pen dry and strewn. Placed before farrowingDry piglet pen with low infection riskContains potato and straw fibers
Hoof DRY
For dry hoof baths against Digital Dermatitis. High pH value, strong drying and added adhesiveFill 5 x 15 kg of Hoof DRY in disinfecting vessels (dry hoof bath), which cows go through after milking (should be used strategically in juvenile and heifer housing, where passage restriction can be made). The hoof bath is refilled when needed during milking. Hard DD attack – 3 passes per week, DD attack under control – 2 passes per week, standard prevention – 1 pass per weekA strategic effort against DD is crucial – Hoof DRY does not do it alone. Discuss a strategy with our dealer, veterinarian and hoof trimmer. If Hoof DRY is used as an active component of the strategy, DD can be kept at a low level and infection risk from the juvenile housing can be reduced significantly.Does not freeze, does not pollute with copper sulphate, and does not use formalin