Ivomec Classic Injection for Cattle and Sheep
Indicated for the effective treatment and control of the following parasites of sheep and cattle: gastrointestinal roundworms, lungworms, eyeworms, warbles, mange mites and sucking lice.
A sterile non-aqueous solution for injection containing 1%w/v ivermectin.
Dosage & Administration
When treating groups of animals it so recommened to use an automatic dosing device.
Administer the injection using a standard automatic, single-dose, or hypodermic syringe. For optimal hygiene, replace the needle with a fresh sterile one after every 10 to 12 animals. Avoid administering injections to wet or dirty animals for safety and effectiveness.
Cattle Meat: 49 days
Sheep Meat: 37 days
Not to be used in cattle producing meat for human consumption.
Do not use in sheep producing meat for human consumption.
Does it contain cydectin?
The active ingredient of Cydectin is Moxidectin. Ivomec contains the active ingedient Ivermectin.
Does this product make rams infertile
IVOMEC Classic Injection for Cattle and Sheep can be administered to cows and ewes at any stage of pregnancy or lactation provided that the milk is not intended for human consumption. It can be used in breeding ewes, rams, bulls and cows without affecting
Does it have to be kept in fridge
This does not need to be kept in the fridge. They advise to protect from direct sunlight. Following withdrawal of the first dose, use the product within 6 months.
Is this OK to use on wild foxes with mange?
You would need a prescription from a veterinary surgeon to buy this for use in any other animal other than cattle.
Does this product have an expiration date, or does it keep indefinitely?
This is a licensed medicine and typically will have 6-12 months expiry date.
How many does 250ml treat
Ivomec dosage is 1ml per 50kg of bodyweight
Withdrawal period for lambs
Withdrawal Period: Sheep (meat ; offal): 37 days.