Ivomec Classic Pour-On for Cattle
Dosage and administration
1 ml per 10 kg bodyweight (based on a recommended dosage level of 500 micrograms/kg bodyweight).
To ensure administration of a correct dose, bodyweight should be determined as accurately as possible; accuracy of the dosing device should be checked.
The formulation should be applied along the mid-line of the back in a narrow strip between the withers and tailhead.
Squeeze-Measure-Pour System (1 litre pack):
Attach the metering cup firmly to the bottle.
Set the dose by turning the top section of the cup to align the correct bodyweight with the pointer on the knurled cap of the cup. When bodyweight is between markings, use the higher setting.
Hold the bottle upright and squeeze it to deliver a slight excess of the required dose as indicated by the calibration lines.
When the pressure is released, the dose automatically adjusts to the correct level. Tilt the bottle and dispense the solution.
NOTE - FOR 1 LITRE BOTTLE AND 50 ML DIAL-A-DOSE CAP.
When the 100 kg (10 ml) or 150 kg (15 ml) dose is required:
- turn cap to 10 ml or 15 ml mark.
- squeeze bottle and fill to mark.
- turn the pointer to "STOP" before dispensing the dose.
The STOP position will close the system.
Important - Keep upright when filling and during storage.
Close container when not in use.
Collapsible Pack (2.5 litre pack x 2 in a carton):
If the carton is opened for purpose of sale in single 2.5 L units, a package insert must be provided with each transaction.
Connect the Pour-On applicator to the collapsible pack as follows:
Attach the open end of the draw-off tubing to the pour-on applicator. **
Attach draw-off tubing to the cap with the stem. Replace the shipping cap with the cap that has the draw-off tubing. Tighten this draw-off cap.
Gently prime the Pour-On applicator, checking for leaks.
Follow manufacturer's directions for correct use and care of the equipment.
**An applicator compatible with the formulation is available for use with the 2.5 litre pack of IVOMEC Pour-On. Other applicators may be incompatible with the formulation, resulting in locking, incorrect dosage and leakage.