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Redmond Udder Mud

Udder Mud is organic. The concentrated formula includes mint, tea tree oil, and menthol - three ingredients that can help soothe udders, hocks, and joints.

Udder Mud is Ugly on Purpose.

Redmond keeps the naturally soothing formula as simple as possible. The result is not pretty, but it is effective. The unique bentonite clay base draws out heat, helps with swelling, and increases circulation.

Works for All Lactating Animals.

Udder Mud is loved by cows, sheep, goats, and more. Use Udder Mud to soothe any livestock's cuts, bumps, and bruises.

Udder Mud is a Rub, Not a Lotion.

Apply a generous amount of Udder Mud to the affected area. For best results, leave a thick layer and repeat after each milking.

When Should You Use Udder Mud?

Udder Mud may help with any of the typical issues affecting udders - mastitis, E-coli, injuries and especially on cows with udder edema and softening the udder tissue.

Is There Milk Withholding Required With the Udder Mud use?

Nope. Milk withholding should not be required because Redmond does not use any chemicals or drugs in Udder Mud's ingredient formulation.

Can Udder Mud be Used Only on the Udder?

Udder Mud can be applied to help sores, open wounds, skin irritations, burns, and bites. When applied, the clay in Udder Mud may help to seal the area. A sealed area can help keep flies and bacteria away from the affected area.

"Udder Mud is the go-to in our farm first-aid kit! It's such a great, natural alternative. We even use it on our cattle, goats, poultry, and dogs for all kinds of bites, itches, and sores." -Katie Beason, Sugar and Spice Farms

"Udder Mud is a must for hiking, camping, or any outdoor activity. It is perfect for bites, stings, or cuts. A great product for human and animal alike!" Kim, American Farm and Larder

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