Directions For Use
This product is to be administered orally to cattle at a dose rate of 2.5 mL/50 kg body weight and sheep at a dose rate of 0.5 mL/10 kg body weight.
DO NOT USE in lactating animals where milk or milk products may be used for human consumption.
In areas where Black Disease is known to occur, adequate vaccination procedures are advised.
Fasinex 240 Sheep Critical Comments
- May be administered to lambs, pregnant or lactating ewes, or weak or debilitated animals
- Does not stain wool
- After use, wash out equipment with warm, soapy water and rinse with
- Can be used at the same time as jetting with ectoparasiticides
- Is palatable to sheep
- Sheep in excess of 70kg should be dosed at a rate of
0.5mL per 10 kg bodyweight
A representative sample of animals should be weighed
before treatment. Dose the mob to the heaviest animal
by liveweight in each group (ewes, lambs, wethers,
rams). Where there is a large variation in size within
the group, dose rate should be based on the label
directions for each weight range. DO NOT underdose.
Drafting into two or more lines may be appropriate, to
avoid excessive overdosing.
Resistance may develop to any chemical. Ask your local veterinary practitioner or animal health advisor for recommended parasite management practices for your area to reduce development of resistance. It is advisable that a resistance test be conducted before any drench is used.
1. NJ Phillips 8mL Metal Sheep Drencher
- Boray, J.C. & Love S. (2017)
Liver fluke disease in sheep and cattle.
NSW Department of Primary Industries, March 2017, Primefact 446, fourth edition.