Afrivet Redline Pour-On
From R 327.32
READY-TO- USE POUR-ON FOR TICKS ON CATTLE, SHEEP, OSTRICHES AND GAME
• Controls ticks on cattle, sheep, ostriches and game
• Controls Tsetse fly worry on cattle
• Controls feather mite on ostriches
• Sterilises female ticks
• Easy application
• Residual action
• Non-systemic action
• The product is rainfast
Contains Flumethrin 1 % m/v
Protect from extremes of heat, cold and from dampness.
Store away from food and feed.
Tightly reseal the container if all the contents have not been used.
• WITHDRAWAL PERIOD FOR MILK: NO WITHDRAWAL.
• WITHDRAWAL PERIOD FOR MEAT: 7 DAYS.
• Toxic to bees and fish.
• Although the colour of the product may vary, it will not influence the efficacy or residual period thereof.
• Skin reactions may occur in a small percentage of cases. If this happens, wash the affected animals with soap and water.
• Keep out of reach of uninformed persons, children and animals.
• Although this remedy has been extensively tested under a large variety of conditions, failure thereof may ensue as a result of a wide range of reasons. If this is suspected, seek veterinary advice and notify the registration holder.
• Do not eat, drink or smoke during or after handling this product, before washing hands and face thoroughly.
• Avoid contact with pour-on and wash immediately and thoroughly with soap and hot water after accidental contamination.
• Remove and wash all contaminated clothing.
• Destroy empty containers and do not re-use for any other purpose.
• Do not contaminate dams, rivers and other water sources.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE: USE ONLY AS DIRECTED
• SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE.
• Treat at regular interval according to tick challenge.
• The longer the product is regularly applied, the more the tick population is reduced. It may
then become possible to treat at extended intervals.
The basic dosage is 1 mℓ per 10 kg body mass
• Cattle: Apply the required dose in two lines, from the base of the skull along both sides of the spine up to the tail root. For Tsetse fly treat every 14 days or according to challenge.
• Sheep: Apply the required dose volume in 4 parts to the bare skin areas of the groin and
axillae. In the case of sheep infested with Karoo-paralysis tick (Ixodes rubicundus), Redline
has to be applied early in the season when these ticks are first observed (either on the grazing or on the animals). Two to three treatments 7 to 10 days apart at this time should protect the sheep against Karoo-paralysis, depending on the severity of the tick challenge.
• Game: Apply the required dose volume with a suitable applicator. If self-medicating devices are used, it is important that the device only remains activated for as long as it takes to deliver one dosage to the animals in a particular paddock / camp. The device should not be used for continuous, low-level treatment.
• Ostriches: Apply the required dose volume along the backline