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Setting up a backpack for use with a tube-fed device
Setting up a backpack for use with a tube-fed device

A backpack can be used with tube-fed devices

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Written by Rosemary Stone
Updated over a week ago

A backpack is useful for holding a large volume of treatment product resulting in fewer stoppages to refill. Using a backpack means that weight is carried on the user's shoulders and it is easy to move between animals in a confined space.

This video features a 5 L standard backpack container and a Breaze pour-on applicator, but the process is the same for setting up all backpacks and tube-fed devices.

Watch this video to learn how to:

  • Remove the cap from the container

  • Fit the spigot cap onto the container

  • Attach the tube to the device

  • Attach the tube to the container

  • Thread the straps through the holes in the containers to form a backpack.

  • Tighten the straps and put the backpack on

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