StrikeForce-S
Spray-On Sheep Blowfly Treatment

Drum of StrikeForce-S Spray-On Sheep Blowfly Treatment

StrikeForce®-S contains dicyclanil in a unique solution. This unique formulation, developed and manufactured in Australia, provides farmers with up to 18 to 24 weeks of protection against blowfly strike, whilst having a low meat WHP of 14 days and an ESI of only 35 days.


Safety Data Sheet
SrikeForce®-S MSDS

Key beneifts

ESI & WHP

Short meat withholding period
14 Days export slaughter interval
35 days are key benefits

Efficacy

Field trials conducted in Australia demonstrate the high efficacy of StrikeForce-S over a 24 week period.1

The Formulation

Containing dicycanil, the most effective active for prevention of blowfly strike on sheep.

Active Constituents

  • Dicyclanil 50 g/L

Indications

For the protection of sheep, either off-shears or with any length wool, for up to 18 to 24 weeks against strike by dicyclanil-susceptible strains of blowflies (Lucilia cuprina) when applied by spraying. For the protection of mulesing and marking wounds on sheep against fly strike (Lucilia cuprina) during the wound healing process.

Withholding Periods

Meat: 14 days.

Milk: Do not use on ewes which are producing or may in the future produce milk that may be used or processed for human consumption.

Wool Harvesting Interval: Do not use less than 3 months before shearing or fibre collection.

Trade Advice

Export slaughter intervals (ESI)
35 days.

Dosage

For the Prevention of Fly Strike After Marking

Sheep Weight (kg) Total Volume / Sheep (mL) Total Volume Per Treatment Band (mL) No. of Bands
10 - 20 14 7 2
21 - 30 16 8 2
31 - 50 20 10 2
>50 24 12 2
Sheep Weight (kg) Total Volume / Sheep (mL) Total Volume Per Treatment Band (mL) No. of Bands
10 - 20 7 7 1
21 - 30 8 8 1
31 - 50 10 10 1
>50 12 12 1
Rams and sheep susceptible to poll strike should be treated. Apply 5 mL of STRIKEFORCE®-S SPRAY-ON SHEEP BLOWFLY TREATMENT to the areas requiring protection, around the poll and horns.  
   
Sheep Weight (kg) Total Volume / Sheep (mL) Total Volume Per Treatment Band (mL) No. of Bands
Up to 30 kg 8 4 2
31 - 50 10 5 2
Lamb Weight (30 kg) Total Volume / Sheep (mL) Total Volume Per Treatment Band (mL) No. of Bands
Ram lambs 8 4 2
Ewe lambs 4 4 1

When a tail has been amputated, apply 4 mL over the crutch, ensuring sufficient coverage of the open wound. When the tail has not been amputated, ensure sufficient coverage of the tail where the rubber ring has been applied. In the case of ram lambs a further 4 mL can be sprayed over and around the scrotum area after the rubber ring has been applied.

 

Pack Sizes

502535 15 L