Halt Cribbing
Carbolineum Wood Preserving Co.

Active Ingredient:
Halt Cribbing ………………... .999%
INERT INGREDIENTS ….. 99.001%
                                          100.000%

Product Weight Per Gallon – 8.3 lbs.

Keep Out Of Reach Of Children
WARNING

WHAT IS HALT CRIBBING?
Halt Cribbing
is a free flowing oil and is available in brown. It may be used on barns (interior and exterior), stalls, mangers, fencing, gates, etc.

EASY TO USE
Halt Cribbing
is always ready for immediate use…won’t evaporate, separate or settle while standing. It is easily and quickly applied with a brush or with any spray equipment.

Spirited Horses in confinement often develop the bad habit of biting or setting the teeth against any wood object within reach, and sucking air at the same time. Known as “cribbing”, this vice is cause for serious concern. It may detract from the value of the animal and will result in a variety of trouble.

The teeth of the cribbers will show more than normal wear, giving the impression of greater age. Swallowing of air causes hard keeping and bloated appearance. Not only are horses with this habit subject to colic but wood splinters may be dangerous.

It certainly detracts from the rim god looks of your stable or corral when wood stalls…mangers…gates…fence…rails…poles…trees…etc. have been worn away by persistent gnawing of the horses.

CRIBBING REMEDIES
Restraints of different types are sometimes used in an effort to curb cribbing. A sort of muzzle may be strapped to the horse’s nose, or a strap may be buckled around the horse’s neck to compress the larynx when the head is flexed.

It is far more effective and humane to simply discourage cribbing without restraints of any kind on the horse.

PRECAUTIONARY STATEMENTS
HAZARDS TO HUMANS AND DOMESTIC ANIMALS
WARNING
FIRST AID PROCEDURE

Harmful if swallowed or absorbed through skin. Avoid contact with eyes, on skin or on clothing. Wash thoroughly after handling.
IF SWALLOWED, Do Not induce vomiting, CALL PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY.
ABSORBED THROUGH SKIN
, Wash thoroughly with soap and water.
IF IN EYES, Flush with plenty of water and get immediate medical attention.
CONTAMINATED CLOTHING should be removed and washed thoroughly before reusing.

This product is toxic to fish. Do not apply directly to water or contaminate water by cleaning of equipment or disposal of wastes. Apply product only as specified on the label.

PHYSICAL OR CHEMICAL HAZARDS
Use only with adequate ventilation. Close container after each use.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Federal law prohibits the use of this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL
Do not use empty container. Wrap container and put into trash collection.

NOTES TO USER
Do not apply over painted or varnished surfaces. Do not use on wood intended for food, feed or potable water. No guarantee as to results offered, expressed or implied.

ALWAYS SHAKE CONTAINER OR STIR CONTENTS THOROUGHLY
Pre-Treatment:
Brush off all loose dirt thoroughly and make sure the wood surfaces are completely dry.

SIMPLE METHOD OF APPLYING
Brush—
After lumber is trimmed and framed, apply liberally with a brush or mop. Saturate well all cross cuts, mortises, tenons, and knotty spots. On old wood parts, where decay has already started, decayed parts should be removed before application.
Spraying—Coating will work with any efficient spray or paint machine.

USE FOR:
Equipment Sheds—Outbuildings—Corrals—Joints—Sills And Beams—Fences--Posts

SQUARE FEET PER GALLON ONE COAT:

   Type of Wood

   Brush

   Spray

   Dressed Lumber

     200

     56

   Rough Lumber

     100

     75

PROVIDE ADEQUATE VENTILATION

MUST BE COMPLETELY DRY TO THE TOUCH



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