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MUSTER POUR ON

For the treatment and control of Diflubenzuron susceptible biting and sucking lice in cattle and sheep.

PRODUCT CODE
MUST100
MINIMUM
1

Composition

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 20 g/L DIFLUBENZURON
Solvent: 300 g/L N-METHYL-2 PYRROLIDONE

Directions for Use

Restraints

CATTLE
DO NOT re-treat within 21 days.

SHEEP
DO NOT use on lactating or pregnant ewes where milk may be used or processed for human consumption.
DO NOT mix treated sheep with untreated sheep until at least 6 weeks after treatment.
DO NOT apply to wet sheep.
DO NOT use on sheep that have not been cleanly shorn for any reason e.g. Mycotic Dermatitis.

DOSEAGE AND ADMINISTRATION

CATTLE
For topical use only.

Dose rate according to the heaviest animal by liveweight in the group (cows, bulls, calves, heifers, etc.). Do not underdose. Weigh cattle with scales or use a weighband. If there is a large variation in weight, draft the mob into two or more mobs based on body weight and dose the animals to the heaviest in each mob.

Application
Apply along the midline of the back between the wither and the base of the tail. For better coverage of large cattle (over 500kg), the calculated dosage may be applied in an “I” shape with stripes across the shoulders and across the base of the tail, joined by a stripe along the midline of the back between the wither and the base of the tail. Treated and non-treated cattle should be kept separate for 6 to 8 weeks after treatment to reduce the risk of reinfestation.

SHEEP

For topical use only. Using a T-bar applicator apply along the midline of the back from the poll to the base of the tail. Do not deviate from the spine.

Dose rate according to the heaviest animal by liveweight in the group (rams, ewes, wethers, lambs, etc.). Do not underdose. Weigh with scales. If there is large variation in weight, draft the mob into two or more mobs based on body weight and dose the animals to the heaviest in each mob treat all sheep in the mob. Check the accuracy of the applicator before and during treatment.

Use in Lambing Ewe Flocks
This product may be used for lice control in the following situations:

1. Ewes with lambs at foot (up to 3 months old and greater than 10kg): The ewes must be shorn and treated up to 7 days off-shears at the dose rates indicated in the table above. If lambing is complete unshorn lambs (not less than 10kg) should be treated as per the table above. Re-treat lambs (not less than 10kg) at shearing to ensure ongoing protection against lice.

2. Pregnant ewes which have not commenced lambing: The ewes must be shorn and treated up to 7 days off-shears at the dose rates indicated in the table above. Ewes should not be treated less than 4 weeks before lambing commences. Lambs (not less than 10kg) born to treated ewes should be treated at a convenient time- (eg. Lamb marking). At first shearing lambs (not less than 10kg) should be treated to ensure ongoing protection against lice.

 

Withholding Period

WITHHOLDING PERIODS

MEAT (Cattle): 10 days
MILK (Cattle): Zero (0) days.
MEAT (Sheep): 7 days
MILK (Sheep): DO NOT USE on lactating or pregnant ewes where milk may be used or processed for human consumption.
WOOL HARVESTING INTERVAL: 6 months

TRADE ADVICE-EXPORT SLAUGHTER INTERVAL (ESI)

CATTLE: 10 days
SHEEP: 7 days
Use of this product may result in wool residues that may not comply with European Union Environmental Quality Standards.

Wool treated with this product may contain detectable residues. Adequate treatment records should be kept andmade available, if requested by wool buyers.

Pack Size

20L