Boviseal Singles and 120s

Boviseal Singles and 120s

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Product Information

Boviseal is an off-white smooth paste. It is presented in syringes each containing 4g intramammary infusion containing 65% Bismuth Subnitrate, in a mineral oil vehicle.

Boviseal is indicated for the prevention of new intramammary infections throughout the dry period. This results in a reduction in the incidence of sub clinical mastitis in cows at calving, and of clinical mastitis in the dry period and the subsequent lactation (for at least 60 days after calving).It is recommended that Boviseal be used as part of a herd approach to dry cow management and mastitis control. Cows considered likely to be free of sub clinical mastitis should be given Boviseal at drying off.Other animals should be managed in accordance with an approved mastitis control plan or specific veterinary advice.


  • Boviseal is suitable to use with any antibiotic dry cow treatment
  • Reduces new intramammary infections in the dry period
  • Reduces clinical mastitis in subsequent lactation


  • Seals the teat from the moment of drying off until calving
  • Protection for the entire dry cow period thus reducing cases of dry cow mastitis
  • Less cases of mastitis in the next lactation
  • Proven efficacy in mastitis prevention through trial work and customer satisfaction
  • Nil milk withdrawal when used on it’s own
  • Can be combined with any other dry cow tube for a synergistic approach to mastitis prevention and control


One syringe into each udder quarter immediately after the last milking of the lactation (at drying off).

Withdrawal Period:

Meat and offal: zero days

Milk: zero days

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