For the treatment of and protection for up to 12 weeks against strike by ivermectin-susceptible strains of blowflies (Lucilia cuprina, L. sericata, Chrysomya rufifacies and Calliphora nociva) under low and moderate fly pressure when applied by jetting on sheep.
For the treatment of ivermectin-susceptible strains of biting lice (Bovicola ovis) when applied by jetting on sheep with long wool.
Active Constituent: 16 g/L Ivermectin
Available in the following sizes: 5L, 20L
Applicator: Hand Jetting Applicator, or a modified Harrington Jetting Race
- Meat: 7 days.
- ESI: 7 days
- Milk: Do not use on lactating ewes or within 28 days of lambing where milk may be used or processed for human consumption.
- Wool: Do not use less than 6 weeks before shearing or fibre collection.
Storage: Store below 30°C (room temperature) in the closed, original container. Store bottle in carton to protect from light.
Recycle containers via drumMUSTER Program
Dose rate: 200 mL / 100 L. Dilute 200 mL of concentrate in 100 L of water.
Dosing & Administration
Blowflies Lucilia cuprina, L. sericata, Chrysomya rufifacies and Calliphora nociva)
|Jetting: Prevention of blowfly strike
|Use at least 2.5 L diluted jetting fluid per head. Jet immediately prior to expected blowfly waves. Wool must be thoroughly saturated to skin level along the backline and breech. The pizzle area of wethers and the poll, (particularly in horned sheep) must also be treated.
|Jetting: Treating existing flystrike
|Use at least 2.5 L diluted jetting fluid per head.PASTORAL AG Iverlab will control maggots in existing strikes in treated areas.
|Hand Dressing: Treating existing strikes
|Saturate struck area thoroughly. Wool must be saturated to skin level.
Lice (Bovicola ovis)
|Hand Jetting: Treatment of lice in long wool.
|Use 0.5L of diluted jetting fluid per month of wool growth.
To control biting lice in long woolled sheep, the fleece and skin must be thoroughly wet to skin level from poll to tail in a backband about 25cm wide.
Wool and skin on the sides of the neck in front of the shoulders should also be wet to skin level.
Jetting races are not suitable for the treatment of lice infestations.