MECMAX ANTIPARASITIC INJECTION FOR CATTLE

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Active ingredient:
IVERMECTIN
Available from:
Nutrien Ag Solutions Limited
INN (International Name):
ivermectin(10mg/mL)
Pharmaceutical form:
PARENTERAL LIQUID/SOLUTION/SUSPENSION
Composition:
IVERMECTIN ANTHELMINTIC Active 10.0 mg/ml
Units in package:
1000mL; 200mL; 500mL
Class:
VP - Veterinary Pesticide
Manufactured by:
LANDMARK OPERATIONS
Therapeutic group:
CATTLE | CATTLE (NOT LACTATING DAIRY) | BEEF | BOS INDICUS | BOS TAURUS | BOVINE | BUFFALO | BULL | BULLOCK | CALF | COW | DAIRY
Therapeutic area:
PARASITICIDES
Therapeutic indications:
BARBER'S POLE WORM - HAEMONCHUS PLACEI | BROWN STOMACH WORM - OSTERTAGIA LYRATA | CATTLE BITING LOUSE | CATTLE TICK - SEE LABEL RESISTANT STRAIN | CHORIOPTIC MANGE MITE | EYEWORM - THELAZIA SPP. | HOOKWORM - BUNOSTOMUM PHLEBOTOMUM | INTESTINAL HAIR WORM - T. COLUBRIFORMIS | INTESTINAL THREADWORM - S. PAPILLOSUS | LARGE ROUNDWORM - TOXOCARA VITULORUM | LUNGWORM - DICTYOCAULUS VIVIPARUS | MANGE MITE - S. SCABIEI VAR. BOVIS | NEMATODIRUS HELVETIANUS | NODULE WORM - OESOPHAGOSTOMUM RADIATUM | SCREW WORM FLY - CHRYSOMYA BEZZIANA | SHORTNOSED CATTLE LOUSE | SMALL BROWN STOMACH WORM - O. OSTERTAGI | SMALL BROWN STOMACH WORM-OSTERTAGIA SPP. | SMALL INTESTINAL WORM - COOPERIA SPP. | STOMACH HAIR WORM | SUCKING LICE - LINOGNATHUS VITULI | THIN NECKED INTESTINAL WORM-N. SPATHIGER | TUBERCLE-BEARING LOUSE | WHIPWORM - TRICHURIS SPP. | BLACK SCOUR WORM | CATTLEBITING LOUSE | DAMALINIA BOVIS (OLD NAME) | INCLUDING INHIBITED STAGES | LARGE LUNGWORM | LITTLE BLUE SUCKING LOUSE | SCREW WORM FLY - LARVAL STAGES | SHORT NOSED S
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 5; Withholding period: WHP: Meat: Do not use less than 28 d ays before slaughter for human consumpt ion. Milk: Do not use in lactating cow s or within 28 days of calving where mi lk or milk products may be used for hum an consumption. ESI: DO NOT USE less t han 42 days before slaughter for export . The ESI on this label was correct at the time of label approval. Before usin g this product confirm the current ES I from the registrant on 1300 255 347 or the APVMA website. (www.apvma.gov. au/residues/); Host/pest details: CATTLE: [BARBER'S POLE WORM - HAEMONCHUS PLACEI, BROWN STOMACH WORM - OSTERTAGIA LYRATA, CATTLE BITING LOUSE, CATTLE TICK - SEE LABEL RESISTANT STRAIN, CHORIOPTIC MANGE MITE, EYEWORM - THELAZIA SPP., HOOKWORM - BUNOSTOMUM PHLEBOTOMUM, INTESTINAL HAIR WORM - T. COLUBRIFORMIS, INTESTINAL THREADWORM - S. PAPILLOSUS, LARGE ROUNDWORM - TOXOCARA VITULORUM, LUNGWORM - DICTYOCAULUS VIVIPARUS, MANGE MITE - S. SCABIEI VAR. BOVIS, NEMATODIRUS HELVETIANUS, NODULE WORM - OESOPHAGOSTOMUM RADIATUM, SCREW WORM FLY - CHRYSOMYA BEZZIANA, SHORTNOSED CATTLE LOUSE, SMALL BROWN STOMACH WORM - O. OSTERTAGI, SMALL BROWN STOMACH WORM-OSTERTAGIA SPP., SMALL INTESTINAL WORM , STOMACH HAIR WORM, SUCKING LICE - LINOGNATHUS VITULI, THIN NECKED INTESTINAL WORM N. SPATHIGER, TUBERCLE-BEARING LOUSE, WHIPWORM - TRICHURIS SPP.]; CATTLE (NOT LACTATING DAIRY): [BARBER'S POLE WORM - HAEMONCHUS PLACEI, BROWN STOMACH WORM - OSTERTAGIA LYRATA, CATTLE BITING LOUSE, CATTLE TICK - SEE LABEL RESISTANT STRAIN, CHORIOPTIC MANGE MITE, EYEWORM - THELAZIA SPP., HOOKWORM - BUNOSTOMUM PHLEBOTOMUM, INTESTINAL HAIR WORM - T. COLUBRIFORMIS, INTESTINAL THREADWORM - S. PAPILLOSUS, LARGE ROUNDWORM - TOXOCARA VITULORUM, LUNGWORM - DICTYOCAULUS VIVIPARUS, MANGE MITE - S. SCABIEI VAR. BOVIS, NEMATODIRUS HELVETIANUS, NODULE WORM - OESOPHAGOSTOMUM RADIATUM, SCREW WORM FLY - CHRYSOMYA BEZZIANA, SHORTNOSED CATTLE LOUSE, SMALL BROWN STOMACH WORM - O. OSTERTAGI, SMALL BROWN STOMACH WORM-OSTERTAGIA SPP., SMALL INTESTINAL WORM , STOMACH HAIR WORM, SUCKING LICE - LINOGNATHUS VITULI, THIN NECKED INTESTINAL WORM N. SPATHIGER, TUBERCLE-BEARING LOUSE, WHIPWORM - TRICHURIS SPP.]; Poison schedule: 5; Withholding period: ; Host/pest details: CATTLE: [BARBER'S POLE WORM - HAEMONCHUS PLACEI, BROWN STOMACH WORM - OSTERTAGIA LYRATA, CATTLE BITING LOUSE, CATTLE TICK - SEE LABEL RESISTANT STRAIN, CHORIOPTIC MANGE MITE, EYEWORM - THELAZIA SPP., HOOKWORM - BUNOSTOMUM PHLEBOTOMUM, INTESTINAL HAIR WORM - T. COLUBRIFORMIS, INTESTINAL THREADWORM - S. PAPILLOSUS, LARGE ROUNDWORM - TOXOCARA VITULORUM, LUNGWORM - DICTYOCAULUS VIVIPARUS, MANGE MITE - S. SCABIEI VAR. BOVIS, NEMATODIRUS HELVETIANUS, NODULE WORM - OESOPHAGOSTOMUM RADIATUM, SCREW WORM FLY - CHRYSOMYA BEZZIANA, SHORTNOSED CATTLE LOUSE, SMALL BROWN STOMACH WORM - O. OSTERTAGI, SMALL BROWN STOMACH WORM-OSTERTAGIA SPP., SMALL INTESTINAL WORM , STOMACH HAIR WORM, SUCKING LICE - LINOGNATHUS VITULI, THIN NECKED INTESTINAL WORM N. SPATHIGER, TUBERCLE-BEARING LOUSE, WHIPWORM - TRICHURIS SPP.]; CATTLE (NOT LACTATING DAIRY): [BARBER'S POLE WORM - HAEMONCHUS PLACEI, BROWN STOMACH WORM - OSTERTAGIA LYRATA, CATTLE BITING LOUSE, CATTLE TICK - SEE LABEL RESISTANT STRAIN, CHORIOPTIC MANGE MITE, EYEWORM - THELAZIA SPP., HOOKWORM - BUNOSTOMUM PHLEBOTOMUM, INTESTINAL HAIR WORM - T. COLUBRIFORMIS, INTESTINAL THREADWORM - S. PAPILLOSUS, LARGE ROUNDWORM - TOXOCARA VITULORUM, LUNGWORM - DICTYOCAULUS VIVIPARUS, MANGE MITE - S. SCABIEI VAR. BOVIS, NEMATODIRUS HELVETIANUS, NODULE WORM - OESOPHAGOSTOMUM RADIATUM, SCREW WORM FLY - CHRYSOMYA BEZZIANA, SHORTNOSED CATTLE LOUSE, SMALL BROWN STOMACH WORM - O. OSTERTAGI, SMALL BROWN STOMACH WORM-OSTERTAGIA SPP., SMALL INTESTINAL WORM , STOMACH HAIR WORM, SUCKING LICE - LINOGNATHUS VITULI, THIN NECKED INTESTINAL WORM N. SPATHIGER, TUBERCLE-BEARING LOUSE, WHIPWORM - TRICHURIS SPP.]; For the treatment and control of ivermectin sensitive internal and external parasites of cattle.DO NOT USE in lactating cows or within 28 days of calving where milk or milk products may be used for human consumption. DO NOT treat calves at or less than 4 months of age. DO NOT re-treat less than 42 days after the last treatment.
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
52528
Authorization date:
2020-07-01

Cattlemax

Antiparasitic

Injection

Cattle

Immediate Container

Main Panel

CAUTION

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

FOR ANIMAL TREATMENT ONLY

CATTLE

MAX®

Antiparasitic Injection for Cattle

Active constituent: IVERMECTIN 10

mg/ml

For the treatment and control of ivermectin sensitive internal and external

parasites of cattle.

200/500/1000

ml

6'"

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Approved

Page I

Infopest

Verified

Cattlemax

Antiparasitic

Injection

Cattle

Immediate

Container-

Ancillarv

Panels

READ THE ENCLOSED LEAFLET BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT

Restraint:

in lactating cows or within

days

calving where milk may

used

processed

human consumption.

This product is contraindicated in calves at or less than 4 months

age.

Re-Treatment Interval:

re-treat less than

days after the last treatment.

the contents within

hours

first broaching

the vial. Discard the

unused portion

Dose: 1

for each 50

liveweight

For use by subcutaneous injection only.

NOT TO BE USED FOR

PURPOSE OR

MANNER CONTRARY

TO THIS

LABEL

UNLESS AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE

LEGISLATION.

WITHHOLDING PERIODS:

MEAT: DO NOT USE

less

than

days

before

slaughter

human

consumption.

MILK: DO NOT USE in

lactating

cows

within

days

calving

where

milk

used

processed

human

consumption.

TRADE ADVICE

ESI: 42 days.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS:

Poisonous

swallowed.

Avoid

contact

with

eyes,

skin

clothing.

FIRST AID:

poisoning

occurs

contact

doctor

Poisons

Information

Centre.

Phone

DISPOSAL

Dispose of empty containers by wrapping with paper and putting

garbage.

STORAGE

Store below 25°C (Air conditioning) Store bottle

carton to protect from light.

Expiry:

APVMA

Approval

No.:

52528/52255

agVantage Pty

ACN 097 970 280

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Cattlemax Antiparasitic Injection for Cattle

24-26 Hydrive Close DANDENONG VIC 3175

For

further information, contact Customer Service 1300 255 347

www.agvantage.com.au

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Cattlemax Antiparasitic Injection for Cattle

Carton: Main Panel

CAUTION

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

FOR ANIMAL TREATMENT ONLY

CATTLE

MAX®

Antiparasitic Injection for Cattle

Active constituent: IVERMECTIN

mg/ml

For the treatment and control

ivermectin sensitive internal and external parasites

cattle.

200/500/1000

mL

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Cattlemax Antiparasitic Injection for Cattle

Carton~

Ancillarv Panels

INDICATIONS

CATTLEMAX Antiparasitic Injection for Cattle contains lvermectin, a member of the

macrocyclic lactone group of drenches. When used

accordance with label

directions, CATTLE MAX is effective

the treatment and control of the following

ivermectin-sensitive strains of gastro-intestinal parasites, lungworms, eyeworms,

screw worm fly larvae, ticks and mites of beef and non-lactating dairy cattle:

Gastrointestinal roundworms: adult and immature

Ostertagia ostertagi

(Small brown stomach

worm)-

including third and fourth and

inhibited fourth stage larvae;

lyrata

(Brown stomach worm);

Haemonchus placei

(Barber's pole worm) including third and fourth stage larvae;

Trichostrongylus axei

(Stomach hair worm);

T.

colubriformis

(Intestinal hair worm);

Cooperia

spp. (Small

intestinal worm) including third and fourth stage larvae;

Bunostomum phlebotomum

(Hookworm) including third and fourth stage larvae;

Oesophagostomum radiatum

(Nodule worm) including third and fourth stage larvae and adults of

Nematodirus

spathiger

(Thin necked intestinal worm);

helvetianus

(Thin necked intestinal worm);

Strongyloides papil/osis

(Intestinal thread worm);

Toxocara vitulorum

(Large

roundworm);

Trichuris

spp. (Whipworm)

Lungworm:

Dictyocaulus

viviparus-

Adults and immatures (including inhibited stages)

Eyeworm:

Thelazia

spp.

-adult

stages

Screw Worm Fly:

Chrysomya bezziana

Effective against early infestations but less effective against

established infestations.

Sustained efficacy for 14 days against the early larval

stages can be achieved

the animals are treated

the very early stages of

infestation, or as prevention.

(Not reported

Australia, but present

Papua-New

Guinea).

Sucking Lice:

Linognathus vituli; Haematopinus eurysternus;

and Solenopotes capillatus

Does not provide full control of the cattle biting louse,

Bovicola (Oamalinia) bovis

Mites:

Sarcoptes scabei

var.

bovis

Cattle tick:

Boophilus microplus,

including organophosphorous, synthetic pyrethroid and amidine

resistant strains

Maximum efficacy is reached 4-5 days after treatment.

Engorged female ticks that

drop from cattle

the initial days after treatment may lay viable eggs.

This should

taken into account when planning a strategic tick control program.

CA TTLEMAX

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Cattlemax Antiparasitic Injection for Cattle

should by alternated with conventional dips or pour-ons when the program requires

repeat treatments.

Sustained activity:

the recommended dose rate, CATTLEMAX effectively controls infections with

Ostertagia

spp. and

Cooperia

spp. acquired up to 7 days after treatment, and

Dictyocaulus viviparus

Chrysomya bezziana

up to

days after treatment.

At the recommended dose rate of

J.Lg

ivermectin/kg liveweight CATTLEMAX

Injection aids

the control of:

Mites:

Chorioptes bovis

READ THE ENCLOSED LEAFLET BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Restraint:

DO NOT USE

in

lactating cows or within 28 days of calving where milk may be

used or processed for human consumption.

This product

is

contraindicated

in

calves

at

or less than 4 months

of

age.

Re-Treatment Interval:

DO NOT re-treat less than 42 days after the last treatment.

Dosage and Administration:

Use the contents within 24 hours of first broaching of the vial.

Discard the

unused portion

Cattle heavier than

should be dosed at

mL per

A representative sample of animals should be weighed before treatment with either

scales

a weigh band.

Dose rate to

based on the heaviest animal

each group (bulls, cows, steers,

calves etc).

not underdose.

Where there

a large variation

size within the group, draft into two or more lines

based on bodyweight, to avoid excessive overdosing.

The recommended dose is

mL CATTLEMAX Injection per

liveweight

(equivalent to

ivermectin per

liveweight)

subcutaneous injection.

not administer by the intravenous or intramuscular route.

Liveweight

Dose volume

Cattle treated

Cattle treated

Cattle treated

(kg)

(ml)

(1000

ml

(500

ml

pack)

(200

ml

pack)

pack)

101-150

151-200

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Cattlemax

Antiparasitic

Injection

Cattle

201-250

251-300

301-350

351-400

401-450

451-500

501-550

551-600

601-650

NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE OR

ANY MANNER CONTRARY TO

THIS LABEL UNLESS AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

WITHHOLDING PERIODS

MEAT:

NOT USE less than

days before

slaughter

human

consumption

MILK:

NOT USE in lactating

cows

within

days

calving

where

milk

be used

processed

human

consumption.

TRADE ADVICE:

EXPORT SLAUGHTER INTERVAL (ESI):

NOT USE less than 42 days before

slaughter

export.

The ESI

this

label

correct

time

label approval. Before

using

this

product,

confirm

current

from

registrant

on 1300 255 347

APVMA website.

(www.apvma.gov.au/residues//)

SAFETY:

Studies have demonstrated a wide safety margin

the use of ivermectin.

Pregnant

animals and breeding cattle may

safely treated provided normal care

taken

handling.

Treated calves should always

monitored according to good husbandry

practices.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS:

Poisonous

swallowed.

Avoid

contact

with

eyes,

skin

and clothing.

FIRST AID:

poisoning

occurs

contact

doctor

Poisons

Information

Centre.

Phone 13

further

information,

refer

Material Safety Data Sheet.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEANS AND THE

ENVIRONMENT:

lvermectin

extremely toxic to aquatic species.

not contaminate dams, rivers,

streams or other waterways with the chemical or used container.

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DISPOSAL:

Dispose

empty

containers

wrapping

with

paper

and putting in

garbage.

STORAGE:

Store

below

25°C

(Air

conditioning).

Store

bottle

in carton

protect

from

light.

APVMA Approval No.:

agVantage Ply Ltd

097 970 280

52528/52255

24-26

Hydrive Close DANDENONG VIC

3175

For further information, contact Customer Service

1300 255 347

www.agvantage.com.au

6'"

September

Draft Text

Label

Application No.:

52255

Version

Page

Cattlemax Antiparasitic Injection for Cattle

CAUTION

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

FOR ANIMAL TREATMENT ONLY

CATTLE

MAX®

Antiparasitic Injection for Cattle

Active

constituent:

IVERMECTIN

mg/MI

treatment

control

ivermectin

sensitive internal and

external

parasites

cattle.

INTRODUCTION

CATTLEMAX Antiparasitic Injection for Cattle

a low volume injectable parasiticide

which effectively controls ivermectin sensitive internal and external parasites of

cattle.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

CATTLEMAX Antiparasitic Injection

a sterile, ready-to-use solution of ivermectin.

lvermectin

a semi-synthetic macrocyclic lactone derived from the parent

compound, avermectin 8

Avermectin 8

a microbial metabolite of the soil

organism,

Streptomyces avermitilis.

lvermectin

a 80:20 mixture of 22,23

dihydroavermectin

B,b·

CATTLEMAX Antiparasitic Injection

formulated to provide the recommended

ivermectin dose rate

[.Jg/kg

liveweight.

The product

to be given

subcutaneous injection at the rate of 1 mU50

MODE OF ACTION

lvermectin increases the release of

amino butyric acid (GABA) and opens chloride

channels resulting in interference with neurotransmission leading to parasite

paralysis and eventual death.

lvermectin

particularly active and useful for

controlling gastrointestinal roundworm, lungworm, mange mite, cattle tick and lice

infections of cattle.

lvermectin has a long intrinsic half life which provides excellent

residual protection against parasitic reinfestation for a varying period depending

the target parasite and the pharmaceutical nature of the ivermectin formulation.

PRODUCT INDICATIONS

CATTLEMAX Antiparasitic Injection

effective

the treatment and control of

ivermectin-sensitive species of the following harmful species of gastrointestinal

roundworms, lungworm, eyeworm, sucking lice, mites and cattle tick:

Gastrointestinal roundworms:

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Ostertagia

ostertagi-

Small brown stomach worm

-adults

and L

and L

immature

stages (including inhibited fourth stage larvae).

lyrata

Brown stomach worm

-adults

L

4

stage

Haemonchus

placei-

Barber's pole worm -

adults

&

L

4

and L

immature stages

Trichostrongylus

axei-

Stomach hair worm -

adults and

L

4

immature stages

T.

colubriformis-

Intestinal hair

worm-

adults and

L

4

immature stages

Cooperia

spp.

-Small

intestinal worm

-adults

L

4

and L

immature stages

Bunostomum phlebotomum-

Hookworm

-adults

and L

L

3

immature stages

Oesophagostomum

radiatum-

Nodule worm -

adults and L

and L

immature stages

Nematodirus

spathiger-

Thin necked intestinal worm -

adults

helvetianus-

Thin necked intestinal worm -

adults

Strongyloides papil/osis-

intestinal thread worm -

adults

Toxocara

vitulorum-

Large

roundworm-

adults

Trichuris

spp.

-Whipworm

-adults

Lungworm:

Dictyocaulus

viviparus-

Adults and immatures (including inhibited stages)

Eyeworm:

Thelazia

spp. -

adult stages

Screw Worm Fly:

Chrysomya

bezziana-

Effective against early infestations but less effective against

established infestations.

Sustained efficacy for 14 days against the early larval

stages can

achieved if the animals are treated

the very early stages of

infestation, or as prevention.

(Not reported

Australia, but present

Papua-New

Guinea).

Sucking Lice:

Linognathus vituli

Haematopinus eurystemus

Solenopotes capil/atus

Does not provide full control of the cattle biting louse,

Bovicola (Damalinia) bovis

Mites:

Sarcoptes scabei

var.

bovis

Cattle tick:

Boophilus microplus

including organophosphate, synthetic pyrethroid and amidine

resistant strains

Maximum efficacy

reached 4-5 days after treatment.

Engorged female ticks that

drop from cattle

the initial days after treatment may lay viable eggs.

This should

taken into account when planning a strategic tick control program.

CATTLEMAX

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Cattlemax Antiparasitic Injection for Cattle

Injection should by alternated with conventional dips or pour-ons when the program

requires repeat treatments.

Sustained activity:

At the recommended dose rate, CATTLEMAX Antiparasitic Injection effectively

controls infections with

Ostertagia

spp. and

Cooperia

spp. acquired up to 7 days after

treatment, and

Dictyocaulus viviparus

Chrysomya bezziana

up to

days after

treatment.

At the recommended dose rate of

J.lg

ivermectin/kg liveweight CATTLEMAX

Antiparasitic Injection aids

the control

Mites:

Chorioptes bovis

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Restraint:

DO NOT USE

in

lactating cows or within 28 days of calving where milk may

be

used or processed

for

human consumption.

This product

is

contraindicated

in

calves

at

or less than 4 months

of

age.

Re-treatment Interval:

DO NOT re-treat less than 42 days after the last treatment.

Dosage and Administration:

Use the contents within 24 hours

of

first broaching of the vial.

Discard the

unused portion.

Cattle heavier than

kg should

dosed at

A representative sample

animals should

weighed before treatment with either

scales

a weighband.

Dose rate to be based

the heaviest animal

each group (bulls, cows, steers,

calves etc).

Do not underdose.

Where there

a large variation

size within the group, draft into two or more lines

based on bodyweight, to avoid excessive overdosing.

The recommended dose is

CATTLEMAX Antiparasitic Injection per

liveweight (equivalent to

ivermectin per kg liveweight) by subcutaneous

injection. Do not administer by the intravenous or intramuscular route.

Liveweight

Dose volume

Cattle treated

Cattle treated

Cattle treated

(kg)

(mL)

(1000 mL

( 500 m L pack)

(200 mL pack)

pack)

101-150

151-200

201-250

6'"

September

Draft Text

Label

Application No.:

52255

Version

Page

Cattlemax

Antiparasitic

Injection

Cattle

251-300

301-350

351-400

401-450

451-500

501-550

551-600

601-650

NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE OR

ANY MANNER CONTRARY TO

THIS

LABEL

UNLESS AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

WITHHOLDING PERIODS

MEAT: DO NOT USE less than

days before

slaughter

human

consumption

MILK:

NOT USE

lactating

cows

within

28 days

calving

where

milk

be used

processed

human

consumption.

TRADE ADVICE:

EXPORT SLAUGHTER INTERVAL (ESI):

NOT USE less than 42days before

slaughter

export.

this

label

correct

the time

label approval.

Before

using

this

product,

confirm

current

from

reqistrant

1300 255 347

APVMA website.

(www.apvma.gov.au/residues/)

CAUTION-

AVOID CARCASE DAMAGE

Sterilise all injection apparatus

boiling before use.

Disposable plastic syringes

should not be boiled. Avoid use of strong disinfectants

apparatus.

Maintain cleanliness at all times.

Keep needles sharp and clean.

Replace frequently.

Use 16-G needles, not exceeding

length.

As far

possible, avoid injection of animals during wet weather or under dusty

conditions.

Avoid injection of soiled areas

the animal.

The product should be injected only under the skin,

subcutaneously.

Inject high

the neck behind the ear.

Injection should only be made under loose

skin

area away from the more valuable carcase muscle.

Loose skin

neck

front of the shoulder

also a suitable site.

NOTE TO USER

Transitory discomfort has been observed

some cattle following subcutaneous

administration.

A low incidence of soft-tissue swelling at the site of injection has been

observed.

These reactions have disappeared without treatment.

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RESISTANCE

Resistance

develop to any anthelmintic.

Treatments with CATTLEMAX

Antiparasitic Injection should generally

timed

use its antiparasitic properties to

prevent the development or build

of parasitic infections.

For detailed advice

information

a program for parasite control

cattle, consult your veterinarian.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS:

Poisonous if swallowed. Avoid contact with eyes, skin and clothing

FIRST

AID:

If poisoning occurs contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone

13

11

26.

For further information, refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet.

PROTECTION

OF

WILDLIFE,

FISH,

CRUSTACEANS

AND

THE

ENVIRONMENT:

lvermectin

extremely toxic to aquatic species.

not contaminate dams, rivers,

streams or other waterways with the chemical or used container.

PRESENTATION

CATTLEMAX

Antiparasitic Injection is available in

and 1 L

collapsible plastic containers designed for use with automatic injection

equipment.

DISPOSAL

Dispose

empty

container

wrapping with

paper

and putting

garbage.

STORAGE

Store

below 25°C (Air Conditioning). Store bottle

carton to protect from light.

APVMA Approval No.: 52528/52255

agVantage Pty

ACN 097 970 280

24-26 Hydrive Close DANDENONG VIC 3175

For further information, contact Customer Service 1300 255

www.agvantage.com.au

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September Draft Text Label Application No.: 52255 Version 3.0

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MATERIALSAFETYDATASHEET Product Name:

CATTLEMAX™ Antiparasitic Injection for cattle

Not classified as hazardous accordiNg to criteria of Worksafeaustralia

Product ideNtificatioN

ProductName CattlemaxAntiparasiticInjectionforCattle

casNumber Nodata

uNNumber NoneAllocated

dgclass NotClassifiedasaDangerousGood(ACTDG)

hazchem Notapplicable

subrisk Notapplicable

Packaginggroup Notapplicable

Poisonsschedule Schedule5

use ControlandtreatmentofIvermectinsensitiveinternalandexternalparasitesofcattle.Injectionpack

PhYsicaldescriPtioN / ProPerties:

appearance Clearliquidinpolythenemulti-dosesterilecontainer

specificgravity 1.01-1.05gmlmL

flashpoint Nodata

Boilingpoint Nodata

flammabilitylimits Nodata

Vaporpressure: Nodata

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MATERIALSAFETYDATASHEET Product Name:

CATTLEMAX™ Antiparasitic Injection for cattle

Not classified as hazardous accordiNg to criteria of Worksafeaustralia

iNgredieNts: casNo. ProPortioN

Ivermectin 70288-86-7 10.0g/L

Preservatives <15.0g/L

WaterforInjection <200.0g/L

Solvents >750.0g/L

Theidentityofindividualcomponentsofthismixtureisproprietaryinformationandisregardedtobeatradesecretpursuantto

Section1910.1200ofTitle29oftheCodeofFederalRegulations.

healthhazardiNforMatioN

acuteeffects:

eye Highconcentrationsmayirritatetheeyes

skin Repeatedorprolongedskincontactmaycausedermatitis.

inhaled Inhalationisnotexpectedtocauserespiratoryirritation

swallowed Ingestionoflargequantitiesmaycausenauseaandvomiting.

firstaid:

eye Immediatelyirrigatetheeyescontinuouslywithwaterforatleast15minutes.

Retracteyelids.Seekmedicalattention.

skin Washaffectedwithcopiousamountsofsoapandwater.Asappropriate,remove

contaminatedclothing.Ifirritationoccurs,thenseekmedicaladvice.

inhaled Removepatienttofreshair.Seekmedicaladviceifeffectspersist.

swallowed Intheeventofaccidentalingestion,rinsemouthwithwater.Contactadoctoror

PoisonsInformationCentre.

toxicity Nodata

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MATERIALSAFETYDATASHEET Product Name:

CATTLEMAX™ Antiparasitic Injection for cattle

Not classified as hazardous accordiNg to criteria of Worksafeaustralia

PrecautioNsforuse

exposurestandards: ThresholdLimitValue(TLV)isunknown.

engineeringcontrols: Usewithadequateventilationtominimizeexposurelevels.

Personalprotection: Whenusing,wearappropriateprotectiveclothingcommensuratewithworkenvironment.

Alwayswashskinandhandsthoroughlyafterhandlinganychemicalandbeforeeating,

drinkingorsmoking.

flammability: Non-flammable

safehaNdliNgiNforMatioN

hazardscategory: Noneallocated.hazardsclassificationduetoingredientslistedinthelistof

designatedhazardoussubstancesbutbelowconcentrationcut-offs.

riskPhrases: r2s.toxicifswallowed.

r61.Maycauseharmtotheunbornchild.

r64.Maycauseharmtobreastfedbabies.

storage&transport: Sterile,polythenepack.Storeawayfromignitionsources.Protectfromphysicaldamage.

spillsanddisposal: Containspills.Collectandsealinalabeledcontainerfordisposal.Refertotheappropriate

WasteDisposalAuthority.Disposeofemptypolythenecontaineratanapprovedlandfill.

DisposeofusedinjectionneedlesinaccordancewithrelevantStatelegislation.

fire/explosionhazard: Ifinvolvedinafire,coolcontainersbyusingwaterspray.Usedrychemical

orfoamtoextinguish.

otheriNforMatioN

WorksafeAustralia,‘ListofDesignatedHazardousSubstances[NOHSC:10005(1994)]”AGPS,Canberra1994.Worksafe

Australia,‘ApprovedCriteriaforClassifyingHazardousSubstances[NOHSC:10008(1999)]”AGPS,Canberra1999.

WorksafeAustralia.‘ExposureStandardsforAtmosphericContaminantsintheOccupationalEnvironment.National

ExposureStandards.[NOHSC:I003(1995)]AGPS,Canberra.May1995

NationalRoadTransportCommission,‘AustralianDangerousGoodsCode7th.Ed’,AGPS,Canberra,2007.

contactPoint:

agVantagePTYLTD Phone:(03)97999929or1300255347

Ifunabletocontactthecompany:PoisonsInformationCentre Phone:131126(Australia)

disclaiMerstateMeNt:

ThisMSDShasbeenpreparedaccordingtoWorksafeAustraliaJNOHSCguidelines.Allinformationanddatahereinarebelieved

tobeaccurateandhavebeencompiledfromsourcesweconsiderasreliable.Itisintendedasaguideforsafehandling,storage

anduseinveterinaryapplication,butitisnotaspecificationorguaranteeofspecificproperties.SinceagVantagePTYLTDcannot

anticipateorcontroltheconditionofhandlinganduse,ormisuseoftheproductintheworkplace,eachusershouldreadthis

SafelyDataSheet,priortousage,incontextofmaintainingtheproductsafely.Physicalcharacteristicsdescribedhereinaretypical

valuesbasedonmaterialtested.Theusershouldtakeduecaretoensuretheuseandlordisposaloftheproductandempty

containercomplieswithrelevantlegislation.

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