Flumenil® Pour On

Ranges: Parasiticides

Species: Cattle, Deer

Scientifically formulated to kill ticks at every stage of the lifecycle – larvae, nymph and adult in deer, dairy and beef cattle.

Flumenil®
  • Treats and controls all 3 stages of lifecycle

  • Nil meat and milk withholding

  • Rainfast

  • NZ made

DESCRIPTION:
ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 10g/L Flumethrin.
Available in 1L and 5L.

MODE OF ACTION:
Flumenil® Pour On is active against all 3 stages of the New Zealand cattle tick (Haemaphysalis longicornis) lifecycle. It also causes infertility of ticks which survive treatment, by inhibiting egg laying or rendering eggs sterile. This action helps reduce contamination of pasture.

WITHHOLDING PERIODS:
Cattle and Deer

MEAT: Nil.
MILK: Nil.

DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION:
Apply Flumenil® Pour On evenly along the midline of the back from the front of the shoulders to the tail head.
Use a plastic measuring cup or automatic drenching gun to apply.

CATTLE (Liveweight) DOSE VOLUME
Up to 200kg 20mL
201 to 300kg 30mL
301 to 400kg 40mL
Over 400kg 50mL
 

Flumenil® Pour On spreads through the oils of skin and hair coat of all of parts of the animal’s body. Behaviours such as grooming, tail swishing and scratching, aid the movement of active ingredient to the extremities of the body, which are often affected by ticks.

Retreatment should be undertaken when ticks start to reappear.

For optimum control of ticks on deer, breeding hinds should be treated every three weeks from August to fawning. This program will reduce the number of nymphs reaching the adult stage, which infest fawn during November/December. Treatment of hinds can be continued after fawning if this is practical. Other stock should be treated every three weeks from August, or as required.

DEER DOSE VOLUME
Up to 6 months 10mL
Yearlings and adults 20mL
 

RAIN RESISTANCE:
Control of ticks is not affected by rain falling within a few hours of treatment.

Ask your Vet for Flumenil® Pour On from Virbac.

 

Registered pursuant to the ACVM Act 1997, No A11279.