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Cattle Vac Box keep meds cool and organized

Darla Bramwell vaccine cooler box
This final prototype of the Cattle Vac Box shows the organizational capacity of the product, but still has the less-durable handles on the side and is missing the high-quality metal clamps for the lid.
Rancher-designed cooler caddys meds, vaccines, needles and syringes at chute-side.

The new Cattle Vac Box is a rancher-developed way to keep vaccines and medicines cool, sorted and protected while working cattle.

Developed over a period of years by Darla Bramwell of Colorado, the Cattle Vac Box comes with a specially designed tray that helps separate and eliminate cross-contamination of vaccines and medicines. Bramwell says she developed the tray to keep needles and their respective medicines or vaccines sorted.

The Cattle Vac Box also has three slots for vaccine guns through the lid to keep them cool and protected, out of sunlight and dirty conditions between injections. Under this section of lid is a "sharps" disposal holder for used needles. Just remove them from the gun, drop into the slot, and dispose of them later.

The entire box weighs only 18 pounds, is easy to carry and clean, and is made in the US. Its handles are molded into the side and it has stainless steel clasps. It also comes with a detachable clip board. It will be available in mid April.

For information visit or call 1-877-VAC-BOXX.

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