Do not slaughter animals for human consumption within (seven) days of last dipping. (Milk from treated cows can be used for human consumption immediately after application.)
Handle with care.
Keep out of reach of children, uninformed persons and animals.
Poisonous by contact, swallowing and inhalation.
Store away from food and feed.
Toxic to fish, bees and reptiles.
In case of poisoning, call a doctor and make the label available to him.
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:
Shake well before use. Protect from extremes of heat and cold.
Add a measured volume of concentrate to double that volume of water (while stirring) to produce a creamy emulsion. Then add this premix to the bulk of the water in the drum or spray race sump.
Agitate to achieve thorough mixing of the dip wash.
Dipping of cattle:
It is good management to dip calves under 3 (three) months separately from larger animals and preferably after the main herd.
Fresh fill (complete) 1:1000 (1lt to 1000lt water). It is not advisable to carry dip wash over from one spraying to the next. Preferably only make up sufficient wash for each spraying (+-3 litres per head plus an amount for the pump system).
Prepare about 5lt dip wash per head at 1:1000 (10ml to 10lt).
Thoroughly wet the animal by spaying from below upwards so that the hair is lifted by the spray. Concentrate on the ears, under the tail and the brush of the tail.
Dipping of horses:
It is recommended that horses be treated by hand spraying following the same procedures and dilutions as used for cattle. Concentrate the spraying on the ears, under the tail, the legs and on the tail. If ticks are visible on the body – treat accordingly. The same dipping intervals will apply to horses as for cattle.