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IVOMEC® Super Injection

IVOMEC Super is the pioneer ivermectin brand, plus clorsulon for liver fluke, that has been relied on for thirty years and is still relied on today. A broad-spectrum, dual-active parasite control, used by thousands of farmers to help improve the health and performance of their cattle.

Available in: 50ml, 200ml, 500ml, 1L

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Treats and Controls

Features & Benefits

  • Provides persistent protection against roundworms, including lungworm
  • Highly effective against adult fluke - the most pathogenic stage in cattle
  • Helps control external parasites
  • Subcutaneous injection - not affected by rain, so cattle can be treated regardless of weather conditions
  • 1ml/50kg
  • This table is included as a guide - cattle that fall between the weights listed should have their dose calculated appropriately

Ivomec Super Injection Dose Guide

 

Number of treatments per pack

Cattle Bodyweight

Dose 

50ml

200ml

500ml

1000ml

50kg

1ml

50

200

500

1000

100kg

2mls

25

100

250

500

200kg

4mls

12

50

125

250

300kg

6mls

8

33

83

166

400kg

8mls

6

25

62

125

500kg

10mls

5

20

50

100

600kg

12mls

4

16

41

83

700kg

14mls

3

14

35

71

800kg

16mls

3

12

31

62

  • Subcutaneous injection under the loose skin in front of, or behind, the shoulder
  • Divide doses greater than 10 mls between two injection sites
  • Cattle (meat and offal) – 66 days
  • Animals must not be slaughtered for human consumption during treatment
  • Do not use in cattle producing milk for human consumption
  • Do not use in non-lactating dairy cows including pregnant heifers within 60 days of calving

How to apply IVOMEC Super Injection

Farmer Story: IVOMEC Super - Pedigree Beef - Moore's Livestock

IVOMEC SUPER INJECTION

Frequently Asked Questions

IVOMEC Super should be administered only by subcutaneous injection at the recommended dosage level of 1 ml/50 kg bodyweight under the loose skin in front of, or behind, the shoulder. Divide doses greater than 10 ml between two injection sites. A sterile 17 gauge 1/2 inch (15-20 mm) needle is recommended.  Replace with a fresh sterile needle after every 10-12 animals or sooner if the needle becomes soiled. 

Mature fluke burdens have the greatest production impact on cattle. Removing fluke burdens at the end of the grazing period, as animals are housed, removes this productivity check. Research suggests that the majority (97%) of fluke carried by cattle by the time they are housed are late immature/adult stage1. Treating at housing with a flukicide effective against the later stages of fluke, such as IVOMEC Super Injection for Cattle which is effective against the mature stage of the parasite (from 12 weeks), will ensure that cattle are immediately able to maximise their growth from winter rations.

 

Reference:

1. MacGillivray et al. (2011) Proc WAAVP, Argentina