Fasimec® Pour-On

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Broad spectrum pour-on for the treatment and control of liver fluke, roundwormsand external parasites in beef cattle.
Fasimec® Cattle Pour-On is a ready-to-use pour-on for beef cattle.

The active ingredients in Fasimec Cattle Pour-On are triclabendazole (300mg/ml) and abamectin (5mg/ml).
1LT - 2.5LT - 5LT - 15LT
Description

Broad spectrum pour-on for the treatment and control of liver fluke, roundwormsand external parasites in beef cattle.

Fasimec® Cattle Pour-On is a ready-to-use pour-on for beef cattle.

The active ingredients in Fasimec Cattle Pour-On are triclabendazole (300mg/ml) and abamectin (5mg/ml).

Triclabendazole has unique efficacy against early immature, immature and mature stages of Liver fluke.

Abamectin is a member of the Macrocyclic Lactone family of drenches. It provides a broad spectrum of activity against specific abamectin-sensitive internal and external parasites.

Indications

Fasimec Cattle Pour-On is for the treatment and control of Triclabendazole-sensitive early immature, immature and mature liver fluke; abamectin-sensitive adult and immature gastrointestinal nematodes; adult and immature lung worm; sucking and biting lice in beef cattle. Fasimec Cattle Pour-On also aids in the control of cattle ticks (Boophilus microplus) and buffalo fly. 

Parasites treated and controlled by Fasimec Cattle Pour-On (adult and immature stages)

Liver fluke

Early immature, immature and adult liver fluke

Fasciola hepatica

Gastrointestinal roundworms

Barber's pole worm

Haemonchus placei

Small brown stomach worm (including inhibited stages)

Ostertagia ostertagi

Small intestinal worm

Cooperia oncophora, Cooperia punctata

Stomach hair worm

Trichostrongylus axei

Hookworm

Bunostomum phlebotomum

Large bowel worm

Oesophagostomum radiatum

Whipworm

Trichuris spp.

Thin necked intestinal worm

Nematodirus spathiger

Intestinal threadworm

Strongyloides papillosus

Lungworm

Dictyocaulus viviparus

Sucking and biting lice

Long nosed sucking lice

Linognathus vituli

Short nosed sucking lice

Haematopinus eurysternus

Biting lice

Bovicola bovis

Little sucking lice

Solenopotes capillatus

Cattle tick

 

Buffalo fly

Boophilus microplus
(Aids in control)

Haematobia irritans exigua

(Aids in control)

(Not recommended in strategic dipping programmes for cattle tick control)


Dosage and Administration

The recommended dose rate is:

  • 1mL per 10kg body weight (corresponding to 30mg triclabendazole and 0.5mg abamectin per kg)

Fasimec Cattle Pour-On
(300mg/mL triclabendazole, 5mg/mL abamectin)

Body weight (kg)

Dose (mL)

Number treated per 5L pack

 

 

 

51 - 75

7.5

666

76 - 100

10

500

101 - 125

12.5

400

126 - 150

15

333

151 - 175

17.5

285

176 - 200

20

250

201 - 250

25

200

251 - 300

30

166

301 - 350

35

142

351 - 400

40

125

401 - 450

45

111

451 - 500

50

100

501 - 550

55

90

551 - 600

60

83

601 - 650

65

76

More than 650

1mL/10kg body weight


Fasimec Cattle Pour-On is given by a single, easy administration using a standard pour-on applicator. Pour along the backline, starting between the shoulder blades.

Fasimec Cattle Pour-On is rain fast. Rain occurring as early as 2 hours after treatment will not affect the efficacy of the product.

Wash out equipment with vegetable oil after use, DO NOT USE WATER.

A representative sample of animals should be weighed before treatment. The dose rate should be based on the heaviest cattle in each group (bulls, cows, steers, calves, etc.). DO NOT underdose. Where there is a large variation in size within the group, draft into two or more lines based on body weight to avoid excessive overdosing.

A white deposit may form on the back of treated animals. This is normal and may last for a few days or weeks. It is not a sign of treatment failure and should not be brushed off or washed off.

A temporary skin reaction may occur along the application site, especially if applied during very hot weather. This should resolve without treatment. If signs persist or worsen, contact your veterinarian.

For parasite management recommendations for your area to reduce resistance development, contact your local veterinarian or animal health adviser.

Withholding Period

MEAT – DO NOT USE less than 49 days before slaughter for human consumption.

EXPORT SLAUGHTER INTERVAL – DO NOT USE less than 140 days before slaughter for export. Beef calves born to cows that were treated with FASIMEC CATTLE POUR-ON during pregnancy and cales suckling cows that have been treated during lactation must not be slaughtered for human consumption for 49 days after treatment of the dam.

MILK – DO NOT USE in dairy animals producing or which will in the future be producing milk for human consumption.