- Albendazole 112.5 g/L
Benzimidazole susceptible worms of the following species in cattle.
Roundworms (mature and immature)
Barber's pole worm - Haemonchus placei
Small brown stomach worm - Ostertagia ostertagi
Stomach hair worm - Trichostrongylus axei
Black scour worm - Trichostrongylus spp
Small intestinal worm - Cooperia spp
Hookworm - Bunostomum phlebotomum
Nodule worm - Oesophagostomum radiatum
Thin necked intestinal worm - Nematodirus spp
Intestinal threadworm - Strongyloides spp
Inhibited type II larvae of Ostertagia spp
Large lungworm - Dictyocaulus viviparus
Moniezia spp (heads and segments)
Fasciola hepatica (adults)
Strategik is ovicidal and therefore reduces the output of viable worm and fluke eggs.
Meat: DO NOT ADMINISTER less than 10 days before slaughter for human consumption.
Milk: DO NOT ADMINISTER to cattle producing milk for human consumption.
Export Slaughter Interval (ESI):
DO NOT USE less than 10 days before slaughter for export.
|Roundworms, lungworms, tapeworms, reduction in output of viable worm eggs||3 mL/ 45 kg bodyweight|
|Roundworms, lungworms, tapeworms, reduction in output of viable worm eggs, control of adult liver fluke||4 mL/ 45 kg bodyweight|
Dose rate should be based on the heaviest cattle in the mob. Cattle should be weighed either with scales or a weighband. Refer to Dose Volume table on product label.
A second treatment one month after the first will help prevent contamination of pastures and will minimise chances of re-infestation. To gain maximum benefit from the reduction in the output of viable worm and fluke eggs, avoid placing treated stock on clean pastures for a minimum of four hours after dosing.