SureShot Gold Pour-On Cattle Wormer (Levamisole)

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Sure-Shot Gold Pour-On Cattle Wormer is a levamisole based pour-on drench for cattle that controls all major gastrointestinal roundworms in cattle.

Unlike other pour-on products containing levamisole, Sure-Shot Gold has 25% more active ingredient per dose and offers a nil-milk withholding period, making it the ideal drench rotation solution for beef and dairy farmers.

Active Ingredient: Levamisole @ 125g/L

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SureShot Gold Pour-On Cattle Wormer (Levamisole) SURESHOT-GOLD-POUR-ON The Hunter River Company

Description

SURESHOT GOLD POUR-ON CATTLE WORMER

Active Ingredient: Levamisole @ 125g/L

Sure-Shot Gold Pour-On Cattle Wormer is a levamisole based pour-on drench for cattle that controls all major gastrointestinal roundworms in cattle. Unlike other pour-on products containing levamisole, Sure-Shot Gold has 25% more active ingredient per dose and offers a nil-milk withholding period, making it the ideal drench rotation solution for beef and dairy farmers.

Fight Resistance With Sureshot Gold

FEATURE BENEFIT
Pour-on formulation containing levamisole Convenient application of an active ingredient that works differently to the most commonly used macrocyclic lactone (‘Mectin’) drenches.
The only levamisole ‘clear drench’ with a nil milk withholding period. The ideal drench for use in productive lactating dairy herds.
The only ‘clear’ drench containing 25% more active ingredient per dose Maximise the ability of each dose to effectively control ML resistant worm populations.
Fast acting with no residual activity SureShot Gold is quickly absorbed with

all residual active ingredient being quickly eliminated from the bloodstream, thereby minimising the risk of resistance development

Highly effective against Cooperia Shot Gold offers peace of mind that susceptible parasites will be quickly and effectively controlled, including Cooperia Oncophora, Cooperia Pectinata and Cooperia Punctata.*
Protects herds against resistance When used as part of a rotational strategy, Sure-Shot Gold can assist in delaying the development of resistant worm populations.

 *Levamisole is not the first choice drench for controlling Ostertagia spp. as it does not offer good control of the parasites inhibited stages.  Inhibited Ostertagia are not commonly observed in cattle unless certain climatic and environmental conditions exist. If you do suspect your cattle have inhibited (Type II) Ostertagia, you should consult with your local veterinarian.

Sureshot Gold Cattle Wormer contains levamisole, a member of the ‘clear’ imidazothiazole family of drenches and is effective in cattle against levamisole sensitive strains of the following species;

  • Mature & Immature Barber’s Pole worm (Haemonchus placei)
  • Stomach hair worm (Trichostrongylus axei)
  • Black scour worm (Trichostrongylus spp.)
  • Small intestinal worm (Cooperia spp.)
  • Thin necked intestinal worm (Nematodirus spp.)
  • Hookworm (Bunostomum spp.)
  • Strongyloides, Nodule and large bowel worms (Oesophagostomum spp.)
  • Large Lungworm (Dictyocaulus spp.)
  • Mature (adult only) Small brown stomach worm (Ostertagia spp.) in cattle under 12 months of age.

When Ostertagia are the problem in cattle over 12 months of age, a Macrocyclic Lactone based product (avermectins and milbemycins) is recommended. Internal parasites may develop resistance to drenches (anthelmintics). If drench (anthelmintic) failure with this drench is suspected, seek veterinary confirmation and notify the manufacturer.

WHY SHOULD YOU ROTATE TO SURESHOT GOLD?

There is mounting evidence from around the world that parasite resistance in cattle to the most widely used macrocyclic lactone drench class (mectins) is rapidly increasing. Results from recent field studies  show that of those farms tested, two thirds had macrocyclic lactone (‘mectin’) drench resistance.   

WHEN SHOULD YOU USE SURESHOT GOLD?

SureShot Gold should be integrated into your normal drenching program as a rotational treatment to suppress worm populations at key strategic times. These may include, early in spring to reduce the risk of problems during summer, prior to winter to eliminate worms picked up over warmer months, at weaning to reduce the potential for nutritional stress that in combination with worm burdens can lead to poor growth, prior to joining to assist in maximising conception rates and pre-calving to reduce the risk of poor milk production due to ill-health.

MANAGING PARASITE RESISTANCE

The rotation of different anthelmintic classes is necessary to delay the development of anthelmintic resistance in nematode parasites. This can be done using individual drench classes or combinations of drench classes. What does not work is the rotation of drenches within the same drench class. For example, Abamectin, Moxidectin (Cydectin), Eprinomectin (Eprinex), Ivermectin (various) and Doramectin (Dectomax) all belong to the macrocyclic lactone drench class, so switching from one brand to another is not a rotational strategy.

The key aspects for managing resistance and preserving the effective life of the three major drench groups include:

  • Rotation of drench groups or drench group combinations (mectins, whites and clears).
  • Only use drenches when you are sure they are needed.
  • Ensure you accurately dose every animal in the herd.
  • Make sure you maintain a parasite population that is susceptible to available drench classes by:
    • Not moving treated animals to clean paddocks.
    • Move cattle to a clean paddock for up to two weeks before drenching to establish susceptible parasite populations on the new pasture.
  • Ensure all cattle being brought onto your property are quarantined and drenched.
  • Undertake worm egg counts (WECs) on cattle under the age of 12 months before and after drenching to assist in determining levels of drench resistance on your farm.

PACK SIZES: 5L & 20L

REGISTRANT: The Hunter River Company Pty Ltd (APVMA #: 70119)

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Features & Benefits

  • Contains the active ingredient Levamisole, a member of the ‘clear’ family of drenches.
  • Nil milk withholding period
  • Controls all major adult worms including all Cooperia species
  • 25% more active ingredient per dose than comparable levamisole pour-on’s
  • Manufactured in Australia to the highest quality standards
FEATURE BENEFIT
Pour-on formulation containing levamisole Convenient application of an active ingredient that works differently to the most commonly used macrocyclic lactone (‘Mectin’) drenches.
The only levamisole ‘clear drench’ with a nil milk withholding period. The ideal drench for use in productive lactating dairy herds.
The only ‘clear’ drench containing 25% more active ingredient per dose Maximise the ability of each dose to effectively control ML resistant worm populations.
Fast acting with no residual activity SureShot Gold is quickly absorbed with

all residual active ingredient being quickly eliminated from the bloodstream, thereby minimising the risk of resistance development

Highly effective against Cooperia Shot Gold offers peace of mind that susceptible parasites will be quickly and effectively controlled, including Cooperia Oncophora, Cooperia Pectinata and Cooperia Punctata.*
Protects herds against resistance When used as part of a rotational strategy, Sure-Shot Gold can assist in delaying the development of resistant worm populations.

*Levamisole is not the first choice drench for controlling Ostertagia spp. as it does not offer good control of the parasites inhibited stages.  Inhibited Ostertagia are not commonly observed in cattle unless certain climatic and environmental conditions exist. If you do suspect your cattle have inhibited (Type II) Ostertagia, you should consult with your local veterinarian.

Directions Of Use

DOSE RATE & APPLICATION:

Dose Rate: 5mL per 50kg Liveweight (10mL per 100kg)

  • It is recommended that a broad stripe application about 75mm wide be used (specific applicator fan tipped nozzle is be required)
  • Concurrent use with other pour-on products requires a separate application site on the backline

ANIMAL

LIVEWEIGHT

APPROX DOSES PER

5L CONTAINER

APPROX DOSES PER

20L CONTAINER

50

1000 4000
100 500

2000

150

333 1332
200 250

1000

250

200 800
300 166

664

350

142 568
400 125

500

450

111 444
500 100

400

550

90 360
600 83

332

650

76

304

Cattle in excess of 650 kg should be dosed at 5 mL per 50 kg.

Concurrent use with other pour-on products requires a separate application site on the backline.

CRITICAL COMMENTS:

  • Apply evenly along the backline using a Pour-On Applicator suited to harsh chemicals with a rozette or stripe nozzle.
  • It is recommended that a broad stripe application about 75mm wide be used.
  • Do not use oral drenching guns or other applicators.
  • The live-weight should be estimated carefully so that the dose can be calculated accordingly.
  • A few representative animals should be weighed or a weight band used.

Host / Pest & Dosage Information

Host Pest
Host & Pest
Cattle Barber's Pole Worm - Haemonchus Placei, Black Scour Worm - Trichostrongylus Spp., Hookworm - Bunostomum Spp., Intestinal Threadworm-strongyloides Spp., Large Bowel Worm - Oesophagostomum Spp., Lungworm - Dictyocaulus Spp., Nodule Worm - Oesophagostomum Spp., Small Intestinal Worm , Stomach Hair Worm, Thin Necked Intestinal Worm
Cattle - Under 12 Months Of Age Small Brown Stomach Worm-ostertagia Spp.

RESTRAINTS:

  • Do not treat dogs or horses with this product.
  • Do not use this product as an oral drench or as an injection.

PRECAUTIONS:

  • Cattle may show temporary signs of stimulation and friskiness when released from the yards soon after treatment. 
  • It is desirable to hold pregnant cows and heifers in the yards or a small paddock for 2-3 hours after treatment. 
  • Other slight side-effects of brief duration such as salivation and shivering may be seen. 
  • Avoid treatment of animals which are wet or during wet conditions. 
  • Some animals may show varying degrees of skin reactivity following treatment with this formulation. 
  • This should be considered particularly before treating show and stud animals. 
  • Exercise care when treating weak, pregnant and young animals to avoid unnecessary stress. 
  • Avoid yarding animals off-feed overnight and ensure animals have access to water when yarded before drenching. 
  • Recommended dose should not be exceeded except under veterinary supervision.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS:

  • This product is poisonous if absorbed by skin contact or inhaled. 
  • May irritate the eyes and skin. 
  • Avoid contact with eyes and skin. 
  • Do not inhale vapour. 
  • When opening the container and using the product wear cotton overalls buttoned to the neck and wrist, washable hat, elbow length PVC gloves and face shield. 
  • If clothing becomes contaminated with product remove clothing immediately. 
  • If product gets in eyes wash it out immediately with water. 
  • After use and before eating, drinking or smoking, wash hands, arms and face thoroughly with soap and water. 
  • After each day’s use wash gloves, face shield and contaminated clothing.

FIRST AID:

  • If poisoning occurs contact a doctor of Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 131 126. If skin contact occurs remove contaminated clothing and wash skin thoroughly. If in eyes, hold eyes open, flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a doctor.
  • Additional information is listed in the Safety Data Sheet (SDS).

STORAGE:

Store below 30oC (Room Temperature) in the closed, original container in a well ventilated area. Do not store for prolonged periods in direct sunlight.

WITHHOLDING PERIOD DETAILS (WHP):

Meat: Do Not Use less than 3 days before slaughter for human consumption.

Milk: Zero (0) Days

Export Slaughter Interval (ESI): Do Not Use less than 7 days before slaughter for export

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