From R 154.16
Dip for sheep, goats and pigs and a blowfly remedy
Diazinon 30 % m/v
KILLS: Sheep scab mites, blowfly maggots, sheep lice and keds, goat lice, goat mange mites, lice on pigs and pig mange mites.
CONTROLS: Ticks present on animal at time of dipping
• ALLOW 30 DAYS BETWEEN LAST TREATMENT AND SLAUGHTER FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION.
• Handle with care. Poisonous by contact, swallowing and inhalation.
• Toxic to fish, bees and wildlife.
• In case of ingestion or poisoning call a doctor immediately and make this information available.
Note to doctor: This is an organophosphate. Keep patient fully atropinised and use 2 -PAM
• Keep out of reach of children, uninformed persons 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.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE: USE ONLY AS DIRECTED
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE.
Premix the concentrate by adding water to the required quantity of Cooperzon 30 concentrate stirring all the time.
Add this cream to the bulk of the water, and stir to complete dispersion.
• Treatment of blowfly strike
Dilute 1 ℓ to 150 ℓ water.
Saturate the struck area with the mixture.
Ensure all maggots are treated.
• Dipping of sheep and goats
Note: In order to ensure that an effective dip concentration is maintained throughout the dipping process, the dipwash should be replenished as follows:
Sheep dipping tank
• Constant (continuous) replenishment, OR
• Before ¼ of the dipwash has been removed (conventional).
Large dipping tank (e.g. cattle tank)
Before ⅓ of the dipwash has been removed.
• Conventional dipping method
Fresh filling: 1 ℓ to 600 ℓ water.
Replenishing: 1 ℓ to 300 ℓ water
• Constant replenishment method:
Fresh filling: 1 ℓ to 1 000 ℓ.
Replenishing 1 ℓ to 300 ℓ water.
Sheep keds and lice: One dipping when necessary.
Goat lice: Dip once when necessary
Goat mange: Dip twice at 8 -10 day intervals (under Government supervision).
Sheep scab: Dip twice at 8 -10 day intervals (under Government supervision).
Preventative measures against post-dipping lameness and lumpy wool
If the dipwash is to stand over for further dipping the following procedures must be followed to prevent bacterial and fungal
contamination of the dipwash
• Prevention of post-dipping lameness
Add 1 kg crystalline zinc sulphate to 1 000 ℓ dipwash and repeat this at the end of each day's dipping.
• Prevention of lumpy wool
Add 1 kg crystalline zinc sulphate to 400 ℓ dipwash.
• Spraying or dipping of pigs
1 ℓ to 600 ℓ water. Thoroughly wet the animals by means of a pressure spray or dip twice at 8 - 10 day intervals.