Treat and control ectoparasites
When looking for wider ectoparasite control, use Crovect™, a synthetic pyrethroid, offering sheep treatment and control options for ticks, biting lice, headflies, and blowfly. Crovect™ can be used for the treatment of tick infestations with a persistent efficacy of 10 weeks.
Application method differs for each target parasite. Correct application is vital to ensure product efficacy.
1. Blowfly prevention:
Apply directly to the affected parts at the rate of 2.5 ml per 100-150cm² (roughly the size of a hand) using the Crovect™ Pour-on gun with the T-BAR NOZZLE.
Apply 5ml to the top of the head between the ears using the Crovect™ Pour-On Gun with T-BAR NOZZLE.
Lambs less than 10kg –give a 5 ml dose followed three weeks later by a 10ml dose. Adult sheep and lambs over 10kg – apply at the rate of 10 ml per 20 kg bodyweight up to a maximum of 40ml. Apply the dose as a pin stream from the crown of the head to the top of the rump using the Crovect™ Pour-On Gun with the STRAIGHT NOZZLE. One treatment will give ten weeks cover.
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Crovect™ Pour-On for sheep contains 1.25% (w/v) cypermethrin (cis:trans/80:20). For the treatment and control of headflies, tick infestation with a persistent efficacy of 10 weeks (the majority of ticks killed within 3 hours) and treatment of biting lice in sheep. Also for the prevention and treatment of blowfly strike in sheep.
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Information regarding the side effects, precautions, warnings and contra-indications can be found in product packaging and leaflets; further information can also be found in the Summary of Product Characteristics.
CLiK™ EXTRA, CLiK™, CLiKZiN™, Crovect™, Elanco™ and the diagonal bar™ logo are trademarks of Elanco or its affiliates. Use medicines responsibly (www.noah.co.uk/responsible). Advice should be sought from the prescriber prior to use. PM-UK-19-0172.
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