Liquid concentrate which when made up is used as a spray-on treatment for cattle tick including organophosphate and synthetic pyrethroid resistant Cattle tick (Boophilus microplus), Paralysis Tick (Ixodes holocyclus) and Bush Tick (Haemaphysalis longicornis).

Nil meat and milk withholding provides flexibility particularly if clearing cattle of ticks prior to sale. Following treatment, cattle will be clean of ticks within 3-4 days, with larval ticks prevented from attaching for up to 7 days post treatment. 

Active Constituent: 125 g/L Amitraz

Available in the following sizes: 400ML & 2L

Application: Coarse Spray with pump

Dosing & Administration

LIVESTOCKPESTSTATERATECRITICAL COMMENTS 
CattleCattle Tick [Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus]NSW, QLD, WA and NT only400mL per 200L waterTreat at intervals of 19-21 daysControls organophosphate and synthetic pyrethroid resistant strains of the Cattle Tick.Refer also to General Directions
 Paralysis Tick (Ixodes holocyclus) NSW, QLD, WA and NT only 400mL per 200L waterTreat at intervals of 7-10 days Controls organophosphate and synthetic pyrethroid resistant strains of the Cattle Tick.Refer also to General Directions
 Bush Tick (NZ Cattle Tick) (Haemaphysalis longicornis)NSW, QLD, WA, NT and VIC 400mL per 200L waterTreat at intervals of 7-21 daysControls organophosphate and synthetic pyrethroid resistant strains of the Cattle Tick.Refer also to General Directions
Sheep, goats, deer and certain circus animalsCattle Tick [Rhipicephalus(Boophilus) microplus]NSW only400mL per 200L waterTreat animals on quarantined holdings at 14 to 21 day intervals. Treat animals being moved at 3 to 7 day intervals. 
PigsMange (Sarcoptes scabiei var. suis)All States 40 mL per 10L waterRemove feed and bedding from pens, cover drinking bowls and clean out pen. Spray pigs with minimum 2L spray wash, especially inside ears and legs, under jowls and areas covered by scabs. Replace discarded bedding with clean material. Repeat treatment after 7-10 days. Refer also to General Directions.