Supaverm

Supaverm

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Supaverm Oral Drench is a highly effective orally administered treatment against immature and mature fluke, roundworms, lungworm, tapeworm (head and segments) and larval stages nasal bot fly in sheep and lambs. Supaverm Oral Drench also fights against immature and adult stages of haemonchus contortus, including benzimidazole resistant strains. It has also been found at the time of treatment that ticks feeding on the sheep produce fewer viable eggs.

Active Ingredient: Closantel, mebendazole

Target Species: Sheep

Treats and Controls: Liver fluke, larval stage nasal bots, haemonchus contortus, roundworms,  lungworms and tapeworms

Administration Method: Oral Drench

Withdrawal Time: 65 days for animals intended for meat and offal, not permitted for use on animals producing milk for human consumption.

Dosage:1 ml per 5 kg of bodyweight

Bodyweight in kg Dose in ml Doses per 1 ltr bottle Doses per 2.5 ltr bottle Doses per 5 ltr bottle
10 2 500 1250 2500
20 4 250 625 1250
30 6 166 415 830
40 8 125 312 625
50 10 100 250 500
60 12 83 207 415
70 14 71 177 355

Always read the label and all enclosed information for Supaverm before administering to animals!

Supaverm should be used strategically against fluke
  • Sheep should be treated in early spring to make sure all adult fluke are eliminated and that the egg shedding is reduced. This should be done before the population of snails increases. Treatment should be repeated 10 to 12 weeks later.
  • The infective challenge of fluke begins to gain momentum in July and reaches it's peak in the autumn.
  • Treatment should take place every 6 - 12 weeks depending on the challenge from mid summer until the end of the year when the challenge from metacercarial should have reduced.
  • It is important to make sure that fluke does not make it onto your farm through new livestock that is introduced to your farm. New livestock must be quarantined and treated with a suitable flukicide.
  • Wet areas should not be used for grazing at times of high risk from fluke.
  • If your livestock persists to show signs of fluke infection after treatment you should seek professional help.