Ivomec Injection For Cattle
Active Ingredient: Ivermectin @ 10mg/mL
Similar or comparable to Bomectin Injection For Cattle and Pigs (Elanco)
Ivomec Injection For Cattle is for treating and controlling ivermectin-sensitive internal and external parasites of cattle.
Ivomec Injection For Cattle provides broad-spectrum parasite control. Ivomec Injection kills internal and external parasites, including worms, sucking lice and cattle tick.
Ivomec Injection For Cattle has a wide margin of safety. Pregnant and breeding cattle may be safely treated, provided normal care is taken in handling.
Ivomec Injection For Cattle is a low volume & convenient injectable, making it convenient for use with most syringes or automatic injectors.
Ivomec Injection For Cattle is a ready-to-use, sterile solution with a unique mode of action.
Broad-Spectrum Parasite Control:
When used as directed, Ivomec Injection treats and controls the following parasites of cattle:
- Small Brown Stomach Worm (Ostertagia ostertagi) – Adults, L4 and L3 immature stages, (including inhibited fourth stage larvae)
- Brown Stomach Worm (O. lyrata) – Adults and L4 immature stage
- Barber’s Pole Worm (Haemonchus placei) – Adults, L4 and L3 immature stages
- Stomach Hair Worm (Trichostrongylus axei) – Adults and L4 immature stages
- Intestinal Hair Worm (T. colubriformis) – Adults and L4 immature stages
- Small Intestinal Worm (Cooperia spp.) – Adults, L4 and L3 immature stages
- Hookworm (Bunostomum phlebotomum) – Adults, L4 and L3 immature stages
- Nodule Worm (Oesophagostomum radiatum) – Adults, L4 and L3 immature stages
- Thin Necked Intestinal Worm (Nematodirus spathiger) – Adults
- Thin Necked Intestinal Worm (N. helvetianus) – Adults
- Intestinal Threadworm (Strongyloides papillosus) – Adults
- Large Roundworm (Toxocara vitulorum) – Adults
- Whipworm (Trichuris spp.) – Adults
- Dictyocaulus viviparus (Adult and immature, including inhibited stages)
- Thelazia spp (Adult stages)
Screw Worm Fly:
- Chrysomya bezziana (parasitic larval stages) (Not reported in Australia, but present in Papua-New Guinea)
- Linognathus vituli
- Haematopinus eurysternus
- Solenopotes capillatus
(Does not provide full control of the cattle biting louse, Bovicola (Damalinia) bovis)
- Sarcoptes scabiei var. bovis
- Boophilus microplus
Boophilus microplus including organophosphate, synthetic pyrethroid and amidine resistant strains. Maximum efficacy is reached 4-5 days after treatment. Engorged female ticks that drop from cattle in the initial days after treatment may lay viable eggs. This should be taken into account when planning a strategic tick control program. IVOMEC Injection should be alternated with conventional dips or pour-ons when the program requires repeat treatments. IVOMEC Injection can be used at 28 day intervals in strategic tick control programs. Do not re-treat in less than 28 days.
At the recommended dose rate, Ivomec Injection effectively controls:
- Ostertagia spp. and Cooperia spp. acquired up to 7 days after treatment
- Dictyocaulus viviparous and Chrysomia bezziana acquired up to 14 days after treatment.
Ivomec Injection For Cattle Pack Sizes: 1-Litre.
Registrant: Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health Australia Pty. Ltd. (APVMA #: 46570)