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Farnam® TRI-Care™ 3-Way Wound Ointment
Three step wound care for your horse in one convenient tube. Versatile, 3-in-1 ointment works as an antiseptic, to ease discomfort, and creates a protective barrier over wounds, cuts, and abrasions. Unique formula blends pain-relieving benzocaine with tea tree oil, Echinacea, and citronella to help prevent infections, speed healing, and keep bugs, dirt, and debris out of any wound. Helps prevent bacterial and fungal infections when used as directed. Beeswax-based ointment is easy to apply. Great for all horses and ponies. A must for any stall, barn, or stable and for use on the trail or while at competitions or shows. Also great for bug bites, rope burns, and skin irritations.
Combination antiseptic, pain reliever, and fly barrier for horse wounds
Use on cuts, scrapes, scratches, bites, rope burns, abrasions, and more
Beeswax-based ointment contains tea tree oil, citronella, and Echinacea
Convenient 4 oz, easy-squeeze tube
Menthol, Benzocaine, Salicylic Acid, Sorbitan Monooleate, Polysorbate 80, Cajaput (Melaluca lucadendron - Tea Tree Oil), Citronella Oil, Thyme Oil, Cornmint Oil, Clove Oil, Sodium Edetate Disodium, Benzalkonium Chloride, Butylated Hydroxytoluene, Echinacea, Emu Oil in a Beeswax/Petrolatum Base Citronella scent
Directions for Use:
Apply directly to the wound. Repeat 1 to 3 times daily as necessary.
For external use only. In case of deep puncture wounds or serious burns, consult a veterinarian. If redness, irritation or swelling persists or increases, discontinue use and consult a veterinarian. Not for use on food producing animals. Not for human use.
Keep out of eyes or mucous membranes. Keep out of the reach of children. May stain clothing and furniture.
Store in controlled room temperature 15-30 degree C (59-86 degree F).
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 11
Rated by 5 out of 5 Shay AMAZING!
Works well for every cut and scrape my horse gets! I put this on his cuts then Alu Shield to help seal it up and keep it clean. The flies stay away from he area because of the citronella!
October 27, 2012
Rated by 3 out of 5 Billie Not So Good
This product is cheap, but when my horse got tied up in barbed wire, it didn't help much. The problem with this stuff is that it won't stay on the wound very long and slips off. It works if your horse stands still, otherwise it is a waste of money.
May 2, 2012
Rated by 5 out of 5 Jen Great stuff!
I've used this on scratches, superficial cuts,etc. It does melt but because of the base ingredient, you can't really help that. It does numb the area that you are putting it on - I know this because I've put it on my own skin (works great for rope burns!!).
November 16, 2011
Rated by 5 out of 5 MORGAN BLEND Awesome Product
This product has recovered some serious injuries
November 8, 2011
Rated by 3 out of 5 Courtney Melts in the heat
Works well, but melts off immediately in the sun. I have a pasture board horse and this stuff melts right off when I put him back outside.
July 28, 2011
Rated by 5 out of 5 EquiMom One drawback
This is an unmatched product with one drawback; it becomes more liquid in hot weather. Our horses have issues with belly scabs from fly contact and, in the summer, only SWAT stays thick enough to provide a barrier.
April 20, 2011
Rated by 5 out of 5 Kathi Excellent
I like this particular product because of the thickness of the salve which stays put and the anesthetic properties that even a skiddish horse will stand still for within a couple of minutes.
April 15, 2011
Rated by 5 out of 5 Jill amazing
I got this after my mare pulled out stiches the wound was huge about six inches long and atleach an inch deep and with this product it healed in about two weeks instead of the four my vet thought it would take I use it for everything now
October 22, 2010
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