Co-Ral Fly and Tick Spray is an excellent solution in eliminating insect pests on animals. It contains coumaphos as its active ingredient which is best known for killing insects and mites on farm and domestic animals. It is highly effective for targeting lice, horn flies, and ticks on beef and (non-lactating) dairy cattle, flies and lice on lactating dairy cattle, lice and horn flies on horses (not intended for slaughter, lice on swine, and it controls face flies and horn flies as a back rubber application for beef and lactating dairy cattle. Co-Ral Fly and Tick Spray comes in a liquid formula that is easy to apply. Simply mix with water and apply using ordinary spray equipment. See label for complete application instructions. It is proven to be efficient and cost-saving since a half-gallon jug can create up to 100 gallons of soulution.
This pesticide is toxic to mammals, birds, fish and aquatic invertebrates. Coumaphos washed off of wading treated livestock may be hazardous to aquatic organisms. Do not contaminate water when disposing of equipment washwater or rinsate.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
It is a violation of Federal Law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Do not apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. Read entire label and Conditions of Sale before using this product.
Co-Ral Fly and Tick Spray is a cholinesterase inhibitor. Do not use this product on animals simultaneously or within a few days before or after treatment or exposure to cholinesterase inhibiting drugs or pesticides. Atropine by injection is antidotal. Consult veterinarian at the first sign of adverse reaction.
For external insecticidal use only on specified animals.
Do not apply as a spray at rates above 1 quart of Co-Ral Fly and Tick Spray per 50 gallons of water to lactating dairy cattle or non-lactating dairy cattle within 14 days of freshening. If freshening should occur within the interval after spraying, do not use milk for human food for balance of 14 day interval.
Do not apply to sick, convalescent or stressed livestock or to animals less than 3 months old.
Do not spray animals for 10 days before or after shipping or weaning or after exposure to contagious and infectious diseases.
Do not spray in a confined, non-ventilated area.
Do not treat areas such as feed bunks, mangers, or troughs where livestock feed or drink. Do not contaminate water, food, feedstuffs, food or feed handling equipment, or milk or meat handling equipment.
Individuals must limit the number of animals they treat per day with hand held sprayers to no more than 100, if the animals are treated at the maximum label rate, 200 if they are treated at 1 2 maximum label rate, etc. Co-Ral Fly and Tick Spray mixes easily with water to form an emulsion which is easily applied with ordinary spray equipment. One spray treatment is highly effective for control of flies, lice and ticks and provides residual control.
Spray Treatment for Specified Ectoparasites: Operate spray equipment so as to thoroughly penetrate the hair coat. Re-treatment will be necessary only when insects reappear and constitute a problem.
Backrubber Application for Horn Flies and Face Flies: Co-Ral Fly and Tick Spray is ideal for backrubber application. When properly mixed and applied, effective control of horn flies and face flies will be achieved. Best control is obtained when backrubbers are strategically located and properly treated. Mix with any backrubber oil approved for use on livestock. Do not mix with home furnace oil (fuel oil) or diesel fuel. Use of other oils may result in sludge formation that will prevent proper distribution in the reservoir-type backrubber.
Entry Restriction: Do not contact or allow others to contact treated animals until their coats are dry.
NOTICE TO VETERINARIANS: If the proper dosage of Co-Ral Fly and Tick Spray has been applied and adverse reactions, such as bloat, excessive salivation and posterior paralysis occur, it is highly probable that a host parasite reaction exists. Administer symptomatic treatment. Antiinflammatory agents may be helpful. If necessary, relieve bloat by trocarization, as a stomach tube may traumatize a severely swollen esophagus. Do not administer atropine, as it is contraindicated in host parasite reactions. If toxicity should occur as a result of gross overdosage, atropine by injection is antidotal.
DO NOT APPLY MORE THAN 4 QUARTS OF CO-RAL FLY AND TICK SPRAY PER 50 GALLONS OF WATER. FOR LACTATING DAIRY CATTLE, DO NOT APPLY MORE THAN 1 QUART OF CO-RAL FLY AND TICK SPRAY PER 50 GALLONS OF WATER.