CLiK

CLiK ™ Spray-On Sheep Blowfly Treatment (dicyclanil)

Put the worry of blowfly strike behind you
CLiKZin

CLiKZiN™ Spray-On Sheep Blowfly Treatment (dicyclanil)

For the prevention of blowfly strike for 6 to 9 weeks in sheep.
Cyrex

Cyrex™ Liquid Fly, Maggot & Lice Eliminator(spinosad and cyromazine)

Flystrike, Maggot & Lice Eliminator for sheep
ExPo Extinosad Pour on

Expo™ Extinosad Pour-On for Sheep (spinosad)

For the control of lice on all breeds of sheep.
Extinosad Eliminator

Extinosad™ Dipping and Jetting Liquid for Sheep(spinosad)

Lice and blowfly control in sheep.
Micotil

Micotil™ 300 injection (tilmicosin)

For the treatment of footrot in sheep.
Pyrimide

Pyrimide™ (abamectin,levamisole,albendazole,selenium, cobalt)

The triple drench that delivers with every dose
Vetrazin Liquid

Vetrazin™ Liquid Sheep Blowfly Treatment (cyromazine)

For the preventative control of blowfly strike for up to 12 weeks on sheep.
Vetrazin Spray On

Vetrazin™ Spray-On Sheep Blowfly Treatment (cyromazine)

For the preventative control of blowfly strike for up to 6 weeks on sheep when treated between 4 and 12 weeks after shearing.
Zolvix Plus

Zolvix™ Plus Broad Spectrum Oral Anthelmintic for Sheep (monepantel and abamectin)

Adds life to your roundworm control program.

Cyrex™ Liquid Fly, Maggot & Lice Eliminator (spinosad and cyromazine)
Cyrex™ Liquid Fly, Maggot & Lice Eliminator(spinosad and cyromazine)

Flystrike, Maggot & Lice Eliminator in sheep

  • For the prevention and treatment of blowfly strike in all breeds of sheep for up to 12 weeks, including organophosphate resistant strains.
  • For the treatment of lice on long wool Merino sheep (with greater than three months wool), including strains resistant to synthetic pyrethroids.
  • For the control of lice on coarse wool breeds of sheep, including strains resistant to synthetic pyrethroids.

General Information

Fly: A shorter period of protection may occur if Cyrex™ is applied incorrectly, if there is excessive fleece soiling or if dags are present.

Lice: Thorough wetting is essential for effective control. Check skin wetting using a wetting pencil. Good agricultural practice is essential for optimal lice control. This includes attention to stock security following treatment, quarantine treatment of new stock arrivals, thorough and accurate dipping management and utilising the principles of Integrated Pest Management.

Fly and Lice: It is good agricultural practice not to treat animals when they are wet or if rain is likely. Prolonged heavy rain following treatment may reduce efficacy. Consider retreatment of sheep after heavy rain to ensure continued protection.

Important Safety Information

Always read, understand, and follow label directions.

Withholding Periods

MILK: Milk intended for sale for human consumption must be discarded during treatment for not less than 35 days
            following the last treatment.

WOOL: Ensure the time between dipping and subsequent shearing is at least 2 months, except in the case of spot
              treatment for fly strike.

MEAT: Sheep producing meat and offal for human consumption must not be sold for slaughter either during treatment or
             within 7 days of the last treatment.

Directions For Use

Jetting: Mix 2 L of Cyrex™ with 1000 L of water. Ensuresaturation to skin level. Top up at the same rate. Apply a minimum of 2 L of dipwash per sheep and an additional 0.5 L for each month of wool growth up to a maximum of 5 L per sheep.

Constant Replenishment shower dip: Mix 2 L of Cyrex™ with 1000 L of water. Ensure saturation to skin level. Top up at the same rate. No reinforcement is required. Do not allow the sump to fall below 3/4 of total volume.

Flystrike dressing: Mix 10 mL of Cyrex™ with 5 L of water.Remove the wool from around the area to be treated using clippers or shears. Apply onto the affected area for the spot treatment of flystrike. Prepare a fresh dilution of flystrike dressing each day.

References

Registered pursuant to the ACVM Act 1997, No. A009917.
See www.foodsafety.govt.nz for registration conditions.