Cattlemen's Choice 1% Permethrin Synergized Pour-On is the perfect aid in controlling flies and lice on lactating and non-lactating cattle, on beef cattle, and calves. It will also control keds on lambs and sheep. For cattle and calves, this product will help control lice, face flies, house flies, horn flies black flies, mosquitoes and horse flies. For sheep, it will target sheep keds and lice when used as a pour on. It can also be used around farm animal premises, animal hospital kennels and outside meat processing. This is a ready-to-use product that can be applied as a pour-on, back rubber or by spraying.
Lactating and non-lactating dairy cattle, beef cattle and calves - targets lice, horn flies, face flies, aids in control of horse flies, stable flies, house flies, mosquitoes and black flies.
Dosage: Apply 1/2 fl. oz. (15 cc) per 100 pounds of body weight of animal up to a maximum of 5 fl. ozs. for any one animal.
Pour-On: Pour correct dose along back and down face.
Ready-To-Use Spray: Use undiluted in a mist sprayer to apply correct dose. Apply directly to neck, face, back, legs and ears.
Back Rubber Use: Mix one pint per gallon #2 diesel or mineral oil. Keep rubbing device charged. Results improved by daily forced use.
Sheep - targets sheep keds, and lice.
Pour Along Back: Apply 1/4 fl. oz. (7.5 cc) per 50 pounds body weight of animal, up to a maximum of 3 fl. ozs. for any one animal. For optimum control, all animals in the flock should be treated after shearing.
Premises – in and around Horse, Beef, Dairy, Swine, Sheep and Poultry premises, Animal Hospital Pens and Kennels and outside Meat Processing Premises - targets House Flies, Stable Flies, Face Flies, Gnats, Mosquitoes, Black Flies, Fleas, Little House Flies (Fannia spp.) Aids in control of cockroaches, ants, spiders, crickets.
For use as a ready-to-use spot spray or premise spray, use undiluted in a mist sprayer. Apply directly to surface to leave a residual insecticidal coating, paying particular attention to areas where insects crawl or alight. One gallon will treat approximately 7,300 square feet.
For cattle and sheep, repeat treatment as needed, but do not exceed 5 fl. ozs. during any 14 day interval. For optimum lice control, two treatments at a 14 day interval are recommended.
This is not effective in controlling cattle grubs. This is an oil-base, ready-to-use product that may leave an oily appearance on the hair coat of some animals. This should be used in an integrated pest management system which may involve repeat treatments and the use of other pest control practices.