Outdoors sports enthusiasts and agriculturalists can protect their health in dusty conditions with the neoprene RZR Mask. MZR Mask’s N99 carbon-activated, replaceable filters filter out 99.9% of all airborne particles (both gases and solids), plus it’s comfortable and even fits easily inside a helmet. Worn in winter, the RZR Mask allows wearers to breathe air that’s as much as 75° warmer, thus increasing health and safety during outdoor activities in colder climates. And because of its specially designed discharge valves, the mask will not fog eyeglasses. The comfortable machine-washable masks with Velcro straps come in a variety of colors.
For more information, call 1-888-777-9422 or visit www.rzrmasks.com.
Bobcat’s S750 skid-steer loader, latest in its M-Series loader line, makes lifting and loading easier. The S750 features improved power and performance, better visibility and outstanding operator comfort, as well as 11 ft. of vertical lift and 23 gal./min. of hydraulic flow. Featuring an operating weight of 8,730 lbs., the S750 has a rated operating capacity of 3,200 lbs. and is powered by an 85-hp, turbo-diesel engine. A redesigned cooling system allows longer work periods without engine worry.
To learn more, visit www.bobcat.com or your local dealer.
Roto-Mix’s Cyclone Vertical Mixers feature patent-pending, double-flighted twin screw augers that provide thoroughly mixed rations in about half the time of other mixers, the company says. The 740- and 860-cu.-ft.-capacity units are available in trailer, truck or stationary models and operate with a two-speed gearbox for slow speed mixing and high RPM for better cleanout.
To learn more, contact Roto-Mix at 620-225-1142 or visit http://www.rotomix.com.
Mycoplasma bovis label
Bayer Animal Health’s Baytril® 100 Injectable has been approved by FDA for treatment of Mycoplasma bovis. With the approval, Baytril is now labeled and proven effective as a single-injection treatment for all major pathogens of BRD in cattle. Clinical field studies of the single-injection treatment found it effective against M. bovis on more than 70% of the calves treated by Day 6 and more than 88% were considered a continued success on Day 102.
For more information, call 1-800-422-9874 or visit www.baytril100.com.
Help your cattle beat the summer heat with the newly reformulated Bovine GoldLyte® by Bio-Vet. The electrolyte and nutritional supplement is designed to help replenish fluids in cattle, particularly those experiencing hot-weather stress. GoldLyte also helps reduce shrink during shipping, and aids hydration in cows after calving, as well as cattle experiencing dehydration due to crowding or other conditions. Along with the formula changes, Bio-Vet has also reduced the price, making it more economical to producers.
Contact Bio-Vet for more information at 1-800-264-8381 or go to www.bio-vet.com.
New digital printing processY-TEX® Corporation’s new digital printing process for ID tags enables fast turnaround for specialty printed tags. The high-speed, variable data and graphics printing process can be utilized on All American®, Lone Star™ EZ and FEEDLOT™ tags. The Digital Print mark is easy to read and guaranteed to last 4 years.
For more information, contact your animal health outlet or visit www.ytex.com.
New Triangle® name, look
Triangle® vaccines, long-time staples of the Fort Dodge Animal Health vaccine line, have a new look and updated names. Triangle 5 replaces Triangle 4 + Type II BVD. Triangle 10 replaces Triangle 9 + Type II BVD. Both will appear in a bottle featuring a new green label. The green label, which replaces the familiar yellow Fort Dodge Animal Health label, will more closely align the product with the design of the Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica family of products. Despite the name & packaging changes, beef producers will still find the same protection from this killed-virus vaccine.
For more information, contact your veterinarian or your Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc. representative, or visit www.bi-vetmedica.com.
Mark high-moisture hay
Harvest Tec’s new dye sprayer marking system provides a simple, practical method for identifying areas of high-moisture hay in bales. Working in tandem with its new 500 Series Application Systems, the dye sprayer marking system applies red food-grade dye to indicate sections of high-moisture hay in small or large square bales. The mark allows handlers of baled hay to easily identify and sort it for feeding or storage purposes. The moisture level at which the dye spray is applied can be adjusted from 8% to 76%.
To learn more, contact Harvest Tec, Inc. at 1-800-635-7468 or visit www.harvesttec.com.