Dilution: Spray race, hand spraying and plunge dip for cattle. Belly bath for sheep and plunge dip for goats.
Freshfill: 1 L Paracide per 1000 L water.
For plunge dip replenishment for cattle: 1,2 L Paracide per 1000 L water.
For constant replenishment for sheep and goats: 1,4 L Paracide per 1000 L water.
Spray race: Spray Paracide at regular intervals according to tick challenge. It is good spray race practice not to carry over mixture from one spraying to the next and preferably to make up only sufficient mixture for one treatment.
Hand spraying: Prepare about 10 litres of mixture per animal. Wet animals thoroughly, particularly in the ears, under the tail and in the brush of the tail.
Plunge tanks and belly baths: Add the required amount of Paracide to an equal quantity of water in a bucket or drum. Mix well by stirring. Add the creamy emulsion to the diptank and mix thoroughly with a suitable stirrer. First chase through 30 animals to ensure proper mixing and return these for redipping.
Lice: Two applications with an interval of one week is recommended for cattle. One application should be sufficient for sheep and goats.
Flies: Spray or dip with Paracide at regular intervals according to fly challenge.
Handle with care. Poisonous when swallowed or inhaled.
Store away from food and animal feed.
Keep out of reach of children, uninformed persons and pets.
Toxic to bees, other insects, fish and wildlife.
Cattle should not be slaughtered for human consumption within 24 hours from the last day of treatment.
Sheep and goats should not be slaughtered for human consumption within 7 days from the last day of treatment.
Although this product has been extensively tested under a large variety of conditions, failure thereof may ensue as a result of a wide range of reasons. If this is suspected, seek veterinary advice and notify the registration holder.