Sykes Big-L Wormer for Sheep & Cattle
500mL, 1Litre, 2.5L and 10L
Which parasites is Big L Sheep and Cattle effective against?
- Barber’s Pole Worm (Haemonchus spp)
- Black Scour Worm (Trichostrongylus spp)
- Stomach Hair Worm (Trichostrongylus spp)
- Hook Worm (Bunostomum spp)
- Thin Necked Intestinal Worm (Nematodirus spp)
- Larged Mouth Bowel Worm (Chabertia ovina)
- Small Interstinal Worm (Cooperia spp)
- Nodule and Large Bowel Worms (Oesophagostomum spp)
- Large Lung Worm (Dictyocaulus spp)
- Small Brown Stomach Worm (Ostertagia spp)
|Body Weight (kg)||Dose (mL)||Body Weight (kg)||Dose (mL)|
|15||2.5||Up to 50||11|
|75+||2.5mL per 10kg bodyweight||350-400||88|
|Big L Sheep and Cattle should be administered using any type of dosage regulated drenching gun||400-450||99|
How much Big L Sheep and Cattle will I require to worm my sheep or cattle?
|Pack Size||No of lambs treated (approx)||No of adult sheep treated (approx)||No of Adult Cattle treated (approx)|
Dose rates to be based on heaviest animals in each group. A representative sample of the animals should be weighed before treatment, either with scales or a weight band. It is extremely important not to underdose. Where there is a large variation in the size of the animals within the group, drafting into two or more lines, may be necessary to avoid excessive overdosing.
How Often to Worm:
Every 3-6 months or every change of season
MEAT: Do not use less than 3 days before slaughter for human consumption. MILK: Nil
Store below 30°C (room temperature) in a cool dry place away from sunlight. Do not leave exposed in open containers.
Dispose of empty container by wrapping in paper and putting in garbage.