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I have seen a few farms using a hydrogen peroxide teat dip prior to milking. From what I have seen it is off yellow so it is obviously not pure water and peroxide. From what I have read, glycerin is a likely component and the post dip with an iodine based post dip.

Does anyone have an idea of what is in it and what proportions? I only have a few milker right now, but I really want to do the right thing for goat and people.
 

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I do not use a teat dip. Just soap and water on a wash cloth -- the old fashioned way!

Hopefully someone else who knows about what you are referencing will post.
What I use right now with soapy wash cloth baby wipes prior to milking and Fight Bac after milking.

What I have heard with hydrogen peroxide dip, is one of hydrogen peroxide and glycerin but I have not heard what percentages or other components.
 
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