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A clear, liquid endectocide (macrocyclic lactone), injectable anthelmintic.
Abamectin™ Injection is registered for cattle and sheep.
Meat: Cattle 49 days ⋅ Sheep 28 days.
Milk: Cattle 49 days ⋅ Sheep 35 days.
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Administer by subcutaneous injection.
Inject high on the neck behind the ear. Lose skin on the neck in front of the shoulder is also a suitable site.
1mL per 50kg live-weight.
Pregnant and breeding cattle and sheep may be treated provided normal care is taken in handling.
We recommend the following applicators: 2mL Injection Gun ⋅ 5mL Injection Gun ⋅ 10mL Injection Gun.
Ensure injection is subcutaneous. Intramuscular injection will result in prolonged residues, and an increase in meat withholding to 91 days.
See the product label for full details.
When used at the recommended dose-rate, Abamectin™ Injection effectively controls the following abamectin-sensitive parasites:
Cattle ⋅ Gastrointestinal roundworms
Controls infection with Oesophagostomum radiatum up to at least 7 days after treatment.
Controls infection with Ostertagia spp, Cooperia spp and Trichostrongylus axei up to at least 14 days after treatment.
Cattle ⋅ Lungworms
Controls infection with Dictyocaulus viviparus acquired up to 21 days after treatment.
Cattle ⋅ Sucking Lice
Sheep ⋅ Adult and immature gastrointestinal roundworms
*includes inhibited L4
Cattle producing meat (or offal) for human consumption must not be sold for slaughter during treatment, and within 49 days of treatment.
Sheep producing meat (or offal) for human consumption must not be sold for slaughter during treatment, and within 28 days of treatment.
Intramuscular injection will result in prolonged residues. Animals producing meat (or offal) for human consumption must not be sold for slaughter within 91 days of the last treatment.
If a pregnant animal is treated, and gives birth within the meat withholding period, the offspring is fit for slaughter only when the mother is fit for slaughter.
A cow is treated with Abamectin™ Injection 35 days before calving. The calf cannot be slaughtered (for human consumption) until 14 days after the date of birth.
Cow's milk intended for sale for human consumption must be discarded during, and within 49 days of last treatment
Sheep's milk intended for sale for human consumption must be discarded during, and within 35 days of last treatment.
Store in the original container, inside the carton, in a cool, dry, locked place, away from direct sunlight.
Store below 30°C.
Shelf-life is three years from date of manufacture.