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IAH Ausmectin Sheep Oral 1L


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Ausmectin Sheep Drench is used for the treatment and control of Ivermectin sensitive strains of internal parasites (including benzimidazole, levamisole and morantel resistant strains), nasal bot and itch mite of sheep.


Ausmectin Sheep Drench:


Controls nasal bot and itchmite in sheep

Controls Ivermectin sensitive strains of internal parasites (including benzimidazole, levamisole and morantel resistant strains)

Wide margin of safety in all classes and breeds of sheep when used as directed.

Ausmectin oral drench for sheep effectively controls the following parasites of sheep:


Gastrointestinal worms (adult and immature): Haemonchus contortus, Ostertagia circumcincta, Trichostrongylus spp, Cooperia spp, Nematodirus spp includingN. battus, Strongyloides papillosus, Oesophagostomum spp, and adult Chabertia ovina. Inhibited larval stages and benzimidazole resistant strains of H. contortus and Ostertagia circumcincta also controlled.

Lungworms (adult and immature): Dictyocaulus filaria.

Nasal bot (all larval stages): Oestrus ovis.

Why choose Ausmectin Oral Sheep Drench;


Contains the active ingredient Ivermectin.

Ausmectin is chemically unique cross-resistance is unlikely in parasite strains which may have developed resistance to other workers.

One low-volume dose effectively treats and controls many gastrointestinal roundworms including Haemonchus contortus, lungworms, and nasal bots.

Ausmectin can be administered with any standard drenching equipment or any equipment that provides a consistent dose volume.

Ivermectin Sheep Drench is a liquid, administered orally to sheep, consisting of an 0.08% solution of ivermectin.  Additionally, its convenience, broad-spectrum efficacy, and wide therapeutic index make Ivermectin Sheep Drench an exceptionally valuable product for parasite control in sheep.


Drench resistance in Sheep: Macrocyclic lactone (ML, ‘-ectin’) (Avermectins (ivermectin, abamectin) and milbemycins (moxidectin)).  Prevalence to resistance is now common.  70+% of sheep farms in WA have ML (ivermectin)-resistant Teladorsagia (Ostertagia). ML (ivermectin)-resistant Haemonchus in northern NSW and southern Queensland are common (70+% of farms; possibly 30+% of farms for moxidectin). ML-resistant Teladorsagia (Ostertagia) are thought to occur on 30+% of farms in parts of southern NSW and other non-seasonal to winter rainfall areas of south-eastern Australia.

Additional information

Weight1.2 kg
Dimensions28 × 14 × 8 cm


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