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A red liquid
Water-based ready to use spray-on
For the preventation of flystrike in sheep
Residual protection for up to 6 weeks
• DO NOT DILUTE.
• DO NOT mix with any other product.
• Apply through a standard pour-on applicator with a spray-on nozzle, included with our 15mL Multi-Use Gun.
• Spray on in bands, with the gun held 20cm above the wool during application.
• Flysafe Spray-On should be applied to those areas where maximum protection against flystrike is required.
For the prevention of flystrike at docking: Apply 5-10mL over the crutch, ensuring that sufficient Flysafe Spray-On is applied to cover the area to be protected (see diagram).
For the prevention of poll strike: Rams and sheep susceptible to poll strike should be treated. Apply at least 5mL Flysafe Spray-On to the areas requiring protection, around the poll and horns (see diagram).
For the protection of all the commonly struck areas: Flysafe Spray-On applied between the rump and shoulders should be sprayed on in even bands as shown on the label. The product sprayed onto the rump should be applied in an arc. The dose rate and number of bands to be applied are shown in the attached table.
Do not use on open wounds eg those resulting from marking or mulesing operations.
If skin or hair contact occurs remove contaminated clothing and flush skin and hair with plenty of running water. If splashed in eyes wash out immediately with water. For advice, or if you feel unwell, contact the National Poisons Centre 0800 POISON (0800 764766) or a doctor immediately. If medical advice is needed, have product container or label at hand
• Comes with upright draw-off tube assembly.
• AgRecovery eligible.
Store in the original container, tightly closed in a cool, dry and locked place away from direct sunlight. Store below 30oC (room temperature). Do not store for prolonged periods in sunlight. Do not reuse the container.
2 years from date of manufacture.
Animals producing meat and offal for human consumption must not be sold for slaughter during or within 7 daysof last treatment
Milk intended for sale for human consumption or manufacture must be discarded during treatment and for 35 days following the last treatment
Ensure that the time between dipping and subsequent shearing is at least 2 months, except in the case of spot treatment.