How does Udder Mud compare to other udder care products?

Most udder care products available are lotions, but Udder Mud is a bentonite clay based rub. The bentonite clay used in Udder mud is nature’s perfect balance to nourish udders. Udder Mud’s concentrated formula also includes mint, tea tree and menthol oil to help udders maintain a normal function.

Redmond Udder Mud buckets and tubes cost less than the leading brand of udder care, so your wallet will love it as much as your animals do.

How do I use Udder Mud?

Udder Mud is not a lotion,  so you’ll want to smear a generous amount of the clay on the affected area and let it set.  Most customers suggest leaving a ¼ inch layer on the udder.

When should I use Udder Mud?

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

How much does Udder Mud's cost compare to other brands?

Udder Mud is attractively priced toward the lower end of most udder products.  It’s great value for what the product does.

Why doesn't the Udder Mud bucket have a pump?

Great question! We’ve experimented with adding a pump to the packaging, but we discovered that Udder Mud’s texture doesn’t flow easily through a pump structure.

Does Udder Mud have any dyes in it to mark the udder?

We don’t add dyes to Udder Mud. Customers do tell us that the clay’s light gray color does help differentiate which cows have had Udder Mud applied.

Is there milk withholding required with the Udder Mud use?

Nope. Milk withholding shouldn’t 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.

How to use Udder Mud for wounds, sores and more:

If possible, rinse any dirt and debris from the area. Then smear a layer Udder Mud on 1/4 – 1/2 inch thick on to the area of concern. Udder Mud will eventually crack and some of the clay will sluff off. This is okay. Don’t worry about leaving a little dry residue, simply reapply more Udder Mud over the top.