Product of the Month

Spring Worm Control for Improved Performance ; Persistent Worm Control* for up to 6 weeks.
ZERMEX® 0.5% w/v Pour-On for Cattle offers a unique combination:
The longest dosing interval with a 14 day withhold period
Reduced handling and potential for higher daily live weight gain

All grazing cattle are exposed to gut worms and consequently can suffer production losses; younger cattle are most at risk of disease until they acquire immunity.

Gut worms reduce:

  • Weight gain and growth rate by up to 30%
  • Carcass quality
  • Milk production – infestations can cause a 1kg per day drop in daily milk yield1

There are many products available to help with the control of parasites; getting the most from their active ingredients is key in ensuring ideal livestock performance and reducing risk of resistance. When choosing products for your livestock farm’s needs it is important to make an informed choice. Incorporating a rotating regimen of active ingredients in your health plan will help to minimise the risk of anthelmintic resistance. This should be discussed with your animal health adviser.

ZERMEX® 0.5% w/v Pour-On for Cattle
Persistent Worm Control* for up to 6 weeks.

*Ostertagia ostertagi for 5 weeks and Dictyocaulus viviparus for 6 weeks after a single dose, giving an 8-10 week dosing interval.

Ideal for the treatment of cattle during the spring and summer, Zermex® 0.5% w/v Pour-On for Cattle has the longest dosing interval of eight to ten weeks. The long dosing interval reduces the need to worm as regularly. Lowering labour costs and reducing stress on cattle leading to improved growth rates.

A treatment at turnout and a mid-season repeat treatment can cover cattle until housing. Use in all weather conditions; Rain fast formulation makes dosing easier. Zermex® Pour-On is formulated in an oily solution which is rainfast: clinical trials have shown that efficacy is not affected by rainfall before or after treatment.

1Control of Worms Sustainably (COWS)
All Zermex brands contain moxidectin, POM-VPS. For further information see the SPC, farmers should contact their animal medicines supplier SQP, veterinary surgeon or Downland Marketing Ltd, 15 Victoria Place, Carlisle, CA1 1EW. Use medicines responsibly: AH109/18