Cattle are affected by many species of parasitical worms. Many of these worms are Levamisole sensitive. Sykes Big L POUR-ON is Levamisole based, meaning that many of the common parasitic worms in cattle can be controlled.
Levamisole (as Levamisole base) 200g/L
The major worms controlled include
(Haemonchus placei) Barbers pole worm
(Ostertagia ostertagi) Small brown stomach worm
(mature adults only) in cattle under 12 months of age*
(Trichostrongylus axei) Stomach hair worm
(Trichostrongylus spp) Black scour worm
(Bunostomum phlebotomum) Hookworm
(Cooperia spp) Small intestinal worm
(Nematodirus spp) Thin necked intestinal worm
(Oesophagostomum radiatum) Nodule worm
(Dictyocaulus viviparus) Lungworm
Sykes Big L POUR-ON is an easy to use product which is applied evenly along the back line of the animal being treated, with the nozzle of the applicator in contact with the skin.
Dosage requirements are dependent on the animal's size (bodyweight), and re-calibration of the dosage applicator before each use, and at periodic intervals during intensive use, is advised.
Store below 30oC (Room Temperature), in original container.
Keep tightly closed in a dry place away from light.
Directions for Use:
Apply 2.5mL per 50kg live bodyweight.
See pack for details of specific dosage volumes.
A representative sample of animals should be weighed before treatment either with scales or with a weighband. The dose rate to be based on the heaviest animal by bodyweight in each mob (cows, steers, calves, bulls). Do not overdose. Where there is large variation in size within the group, draft into 2 or more lines based on bodyweight, to avoid excessive overdosing.
Normal care should be taken with weak or pregnant animals. Overdose may cause animals to show temporary excitement, salivation or muscular tremors. BIG L POUR-ON may be used concurrently with pour-on products for lice control provided the products are applied to different parts of the backline.
DO NOT use on dogs or horses.
DO NOT treat wet animals.
DO NOT use oral drenching guns
MEAT: DO NOT USE less than 3 days before slaughter for human consumption.
MILK: Milk taken from animals within 24 hours of last treatment MUST NOT BE USED for human consumption.