Treatment of Ectoparasites in Sheep

A selection of treatments for Fluke in Sheep, other products may be available

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Product

Chemical

Method

Scab

Blowfly

Ticks

Lice

Protection

Meat Withdrawal

Coopers Ectoforce
Gold Fleece
Paracide

Diazinon (OP)

Plunge Dipping

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No official claim (can be up to 4 weeks)

35 days

 

Cydectin

Moxidectin

Injection

Yes

No

No

No

At least 28 days

70 days

Dectomax

Doramectin

Injection

Yes

No

No

No

No claim

70 days

Ivomec

Ivermectin

Injection

Yes

No

No

No

None

42 days

Panomec

Virbamec

 

Dysect

Alpha-cypermethrin

Pour-on

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

8 – 10 weeks

28 days

Crovect

Cypermethrin

Pour-on

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

6 – 8 weeks for blowfly

8 days

Coopers Spot On

Deltamethrin

Spot-on

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

4 – 6 weeks

35 days

 

Vetrazin

Cyromazine

Pour-on

No

Yes

No

No

10 weeks

3 days

Clik

Dicyclanil

Pour-on

No

Yes

No

No

16 weeks

40 days

 Always check data sheet, product warnings, withdrawal periods and dose rates before use
Please contact the Office to discuss a particular problem prior to treatment. 
All withdrawals correct as January 2009.

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