|Host & Pest
|Cattle (Beef & Dairy)
||Barber's Pole Worm - Haemonchus Placei, Buffalo Fly, Cattle Biting Louse, Cattle Tick - See Label Resistant Strain, Chorioptic Mange Mite, Cooperia Oncophora, Cooperia Punctata, Eyeworm - Thelazia Spp., Intestinal Hair Worm - T. Colubriformis, Intestinal Threadworm - S. Papillosus, Large Bowel Worm - O. Venulosum, Longnosed Cattle Louse, Lungworm - Dictyocaulus Viviparus, Mange Mite - S. Scabiei Var. Bovis, Nodule Worm - Oesophagostomum Radiatum, Shortnosed Cattle Louse, Small Brown Stomach Worm - O. Ostertagi, Small Intestinal Worm - Cooperia Spp., Stomach Hair Worm, Thin Necked Intestinal Worm, Tubercle-bearing Louse, Whipworm (adult) - Trichuris Spp.
- Coopers Paramax Pour-on For Beef And Dairy Cattle is formulated only for external application to cattle; do not use in other species.
- The formulation should be applied along the topline in a narrow strip extending from the withers to the tailhead.
- The dose is 1mL for each 10kg of liveweight.
- Dose the mob according to the heaviest animal by liveweight in each group (cows, bulls, calves, heifers, etc.). When there is a large variation in size within the group, draft into two or more lines based on bodyweight, to avoid overdosing.
- Do not underdose. Cattle should be weighed with either scales or with a weighband.
- Do not use in pregnant cows less than 7 days before calving
- Treatment should not be repeated in less than 42 days.
- Efficacy of Coopers Paramax Pour-on For Beef And Dairy Cattle is not adversely affected when the hide is wet or if rainfall occurs shortly after treatment. However, it is not considered good agricultural practice to treat animals if they are wet or rain is likely.
Dung Beetle and Earthworm Information:
- When used according to label directions Coopers Paramax Pour-on For Beef And Dairy Cattle is not likely to have an unintended effect that is harmful to the environment or have an overall adverse effect on dung beetle or earthworm populations.
- Increased mortality and impaired development of dung beetle larvae may be expected, but for a limited period after treatment.
- There may also be short-term indirect effect on the rate of earthworm colonisation of dung pats.
For best results Coopers Paramax Pour-on For Beef And Dairy Cattle should be part of a total parasite control programme including internal and external parasites.
- Consult your veterinarian for a complete parasite control programme.
- Efficacy of Coopers Paramax Pour-on For Beef And Dairy Cattle is not adversely affected when the hide is wet or if rainfall occurs shortly after treatment.
- However, it is not considered good agricultural practice to treat animals if they are wet or rain is likely.Use dosing equipment compatible with Coopers Paramax Pour-on For Beef And Dairy Cattle .
- Follow manufacturer’s directions for use and care of equipment.
- Other dosing equipment may be incompatible, resulting in locking, incorrect dosing and leakage.
Connect the pour-on applicator to the pack as follows:
- Attach the open end of the draw-off tubing to the dosing gun and attach draw-off tubing to cap with stem.
- Replace the shipping cap with the supplied cap that has the stem for attaching the draw-off tubing and tighten this cap.
- Gently prime the pour-on applicator, checking for leaks.
- Use only in well-ventilated areas or outdoors.
- Close container when not in use.
- Cloudiness may result when Coopers Paramax Pour-on For Beef And Dairy Cattle is stored at temperatures below 0oC.
- Allowing to warm at room temperature will restore the normal appearance without affecting efficacy.
- The antiparasitic activity of ivermectin will be impaired if the formulation is applied to areas of skin with mange scabs or lesions, or with dermatoses or adherent materials, e.g. caked mud or manure.
- This product is for application to the skin surface only, do not give orally or parenterally.
- Coopers Paramax Pour-on For Beef And Dairy Cattle is not recommended for use in species other than cattle.
Note to User:
- The colour of Coopers Paramax Pour-on For Beef And Dairy Cattle may fade when exposed to light.
- This loss of colour does not reflect loss of potency of ivermectin.
- However, prolonged exposure (i.e. weeks) to light can result in a gradual decline of ivermectin potency in the formulation.
Safety to Cattle:
- Field studies have demonstrated a wide safety margin.
- The topically applied formulation is expected to be well tolerated by breeding animals.
- Gives of highly flammable vapour.
- Keep away from heat, sparks, open flame or other sources of ignition.
- Keep closed when not in use.
- Store below 30 Degrees Celsius (room temperature). Protect from light.
- Poisonous if swallowed.
- Will irritate the eyes and skin.
- Avoid contact with eyes and skin.
- If product gets on skin, immediately wash the area with soap and water.
- If product gets in eyes, wash out immediately with water.
- Wash hands after use.
- If poisoning occurs contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 131 126.
- For further information, refer to the Safety Data Sheet (SDS).
Withholding Period Details (WHP):
- Meat: Do not use less than 28 days before slaughter for human consumption.
- Milk: Zero (0) days
- Export slaughter interval (ESI): Do not slaughter for export for 28 days after treatment.
- Bobby Calves: Do not slaughter for 4 days bobby calves born to cows treated during pregnancy.
|Coopers Paramax Pour-on For Beef And Dairy Cattle Label (Text)
|Coopers Paramax Pour-on For Beef And Dairy Cattle Label
|Coopers Paramax Pour-on For Beef And Dairy Cattle SDS