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Oramec Sheep Drench

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  • Contains 0.08% ivermectin for oral administration
  • Indicated for the treatment and control of gastrointestinal nematodes, lungworms and nasal bots in sheep
  • Provides effective control against adult and immature gastrointestinal roundworms, lungworms and nasal bots
  • For use in sheep only as it can cause severe adverse reactions in other species
  • For oral administration only
  • Dosage: 2.5 ml per 10kg bodyweight 
  • This products requires SQP advice before a purchase can be made

This product contains 0.08% ivermectin for oral administration and is indicated for the treatment and control of gastrointestinal nematodes, lungworms and nasal bots in sheep. It provides effective control against adult and immature gastrointestinal roundworms, lungworms and nasal bots. This products is for use in sheep only as it can cause severe adverse reactions in other species. It should be administered orally at a dosage rate of 2.5 ml per 10kg bodyweight.

Note: This products requires SQP advice before a purchase can be made

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