Ivermectin Pour On 5lt
Brand Varies - Contains 5mg Ivermectin/ml. Delivers internal and external parasite control in one convenient low-volume application.
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Ivermectin Pour On for Cattle is a topical cattle dewormer used to treat internal and external parasites. Treats roundworms (including brown stomach worm), lungworms, grubs, sucking lice, biting lice, mange mites and horn flies. Convenient, low-volume dose kills parasites with one application. Provides persistent activity to effectively control infections and protect cattle from re-infection with Oesophagostomum radiatum (roundworm) and Dictyocaulus viviparous (lungworm) for 28 days after treatment; Cooperia punctata and Trichostrongylus axei (roundworm species) for 21 days after treatment; Ostertagia ostertagi, Haemonchus placei, Cooperia oncophora and Cooperia surnabada (roundworm species) for 14 days after treatment; Damalinia bovis (lice) for 56 days after treatment.
Species: Beef cattle and calves
FEATURES / BENEFITS
Controls internal and external parasites in a single, low-volume dose.
Broad-spectrum pour-on which provides a wide margin of safety with minimal stress on the animal.
Controls horn flies (Haematobia irritans) for up to 28 days after dosing.
Cattle must not be treated within 48 days of slaughter for human consumption. Do not use in female dairy cattle of breeding age.
Do not use in calves to be processed for veal.
Not for use in humans or other species. For cattle use only.
Flammable – keep away from heat. Store away from excessive heat and protect from light
Use only in a well-ventilated area or outdoors.
The dose rate is 1 ml for each 22 lb of bodyweight. Apply along the topline in a narrow strip extending from the withers to the tailhead. The enclosed measuring cup is graduated in 5-ml increments. Each 5 ml will treat 110 lbs bodyweight. When bodyweight is between markings, use the next higher increment.
When To Treat Cattle With Grubs?
Ivermectin Pour-On effectively controls all stages of cattle grubs. However, proper timing of treatment is important. For the most effective results, cattle should be treated as soon as possible after the end of the heel fly (warble fly) season. While this is not peculiar to ivermectin, destruction of Hypoderma larvae (cattle grubs) at the period when these grubs are in vital areas may cause undesirable host-parasite reactions. Killing Hypoderma lineatum when it is in the esophageal tissues may cause bloat: killing H. bovis when it is in the vertebral canal may cause staggering or paralysis. Cattle should be treated either before or after these stages of grub development.
Cattle treated with Ivermectin Pour-On at the end of the fly season may be re-treated with ivermectin during the winter without danger of grub-related reactions. For further information and advice on a planned parasite control program, consult your veterinarian.