Double Barrel VP Insecticide Ear Tags

Double Barrel VP Insecticide Ear Tags
Double Barrel VP Insecticide Ear Tags

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Double Barrel VP Insecticide Ear Tags rovides quick knockdown and control of both horn flies and face flies. It combines two different active ingredients, an organo-phosphate and a synthetic pyrethroid, to minimize resistance development and eliminates the need for ear tag rotation. They are approved for use on beef cattle, non-lactating dairy cattle, and calves of all ages. The ear tags have a unique triangular shape that prevents the tag from breaking off at neck. The insecticide will last for up to five months control of horn and face flies, by using two tags per head on beef and non-lactating dairy cattle and calves.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient: Pirimiphos-methyl 14%, lambda-Cyhalothrin 6.8%
Target pests: Horn Flies and Face Flies
For use in: Beef and Non-Lactating Dairy Cattle and Calves
Application: Place male button onto pin until it projects through the tip
Dip tag button into disinfectant solution
Press female tag under the clip by depressing lever
Apply through ear between second and third rib, halfway between ear tip and head
Color: Red
Shipping Weight: 1.00 lbs
Manufacturer: Merck Animal Health (Mfg. Number: 067807)
UPC: 300615004012
EPA Registration: 773-81


For optimum control and to minimize development of insect resistance, use two tags per animal (one in each ear). All animals in the herd should be tagged. Apply when flies first appear in spring. Replace as necessary. Apply with ALLFLEX Tagging System. Tags remain effective up to 5 months. Remove tags in fall.

Continual exposure of Horn flies to a single class of insecticide (eg, pyrethroids or organophosphates) may lead to the development of resistance to that class of insecticide. In order to reduce the possibility of Horn flies developing resistance, it is important to rotate the class of insecticide used and/or the method of Horn fly control on a seasonal basis.

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