COOPERS SUPA DIP 100ML

R 230.00
Type: Pesticides

FOR EXTERNAL ANIMAL USE ONLY        

COOPERS® SUPADIP

Reg. No. G3349 (Act 36/1947)

Namibia Reg. No. V03/18.3.2/416 [NS0]

INDICATIONS

Coopers® Supadip is indicated for the control of ectoparasites on cattle, horses, sheep, goats and dogs.

  • Controls ticks, mange and lice on cattle.
  • Eradicates lice and keds on sheep and goats.
  • Controls ticks on sheep and goats.
  • Protects sheep against maggot fly infestation.
  • Controls ticks and fleas on dogs.
  • Controls ticks on horses.

TOXIC

CONTAINS

Chlorfenvinphos 30 % m/v.

STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS

  • Store in a cool, dry place.
  • Store in the original container with cap tightly closed.
  • Store under lock and key.

WARNINGS

  • Withdrawal period: Do not slaughter animals for human consumption within 14 days of last    treatment. Do not apply to lactating dairy cows or goats producing milk for human        consumption.
  • DO NOT DIP CALVES, LAMBS, KIDS OR FOALS LESS THAN 1 MONTH OF AGE.
  • DO NOT DIP PUPPIES LESS THAN 3 MONTHS OF AGE, OR NURSING BITCHES.
  • DO NOT DIP HOT, TIRED OR THIRSTY ANIMALS.
  • DO NOT USE ON CATS OR PIGS.
  • Toxic to fish – do not contaminate waterways.
  • Toxic to insects, birds and other animals.
  • KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN, UNINFORMED PERSONS AND ANIMALS.
  • Although this remedy has been extensively tested under a large variety of conditions, failure thereof may ensue as a result of a wide range of reasons. If this is suspected, seek   veterinary advice and notify the registration holder.

PRECAUTIONS

  • Do not smoke, eat or drink while handling this product.
  • Wear protective clothing and rubber gloves.
  • Avoid inhalation of spray wash.
  • Wash immediately in the event of skin contact.
  • Remove contaminated clothing and wash before reuse.
  • Dispose of empty containers according to local waste disposal regulations and do not reuse for any other purpose.

FIRST AID

Coopers® Supadip is an organophosphate compound and is toxic.

Symptoms of poisoning:

Salivation, abdominal pain, diarrhoea, muscle tremors and constriction of pupils.

Should the above symptoms appear, seek medical advice and make this label available.

Antidote: Atropine and 2-PAM

DIRECTIONS FOR USE – USE ONLY AS DIRECTED

Species Method Filling Rate Replenishment Rate Comments  
          Cattle   Dipping   1 : 600   1 : 320 Pre-cream with an equal volume of water prior to addition to dip.
    See table below for “Head Count” Replenishment system.  
  Spraying   1 : 600 Boost rate: 185 mℓ Coopers® Supadip/100 head sprayed. Make up to 400 ℓ plus 2,5 ℓ for every head to be sprayed.
Treatment intervals: For routine tick control, dip or spray weekly.
              Sheep   Dipping   1 : 600 1 : 300 when dip volume has fallen by 15 % to maintain strength. OR use a constant replenishment system using 1 : 300 solution.
  Belly bathing   1 : 600 1 : 300 – Constantly replenish to maintain a depth of 60 cm. Wet tails of sheep by submerging hindquarters as they walk through.
    Hand dressing 1 : 200 (50 mℓ Coopers® Supadip in 10 ℓ water)   For blowfly control: Apply to crutch and other common blowfly strike areas before the first rains and when necessary, thereafter.
    Goats   Dipping   1 : 600 1 : 300 when dip volume has fallen by 15 %.   For control of ticks.
    1 : 1 200 1 : 600 when dip volume has fallen by 15 %. For control of biting and sucking lice.
      Sheep/Goats   Treatment intervals: Routine tick control – dip weekly.Control of lice and keds – dip once only.Control of blowfly strike – dip 4 to 6 weeks after shearing and repeat every      2 months. Note: Where fouled dip wash is kept overnight for use the following day, add copper sulphate to prevent post dipping lameness (mix up to 2 kg copper sulphate in 5 ℓ hot water and add at a rate of 1 : 800).
Horses   Hand spraying/ Hand dressing     1 : 600   Thoroughly saturate coat. Pay particular attention to legs, belly and head.
Treatment intervals: For tick control, treat weekly
            Dogs   Dog dip tanks   1 : 600 1 : 320 when dip volume has fallen by 15 %. Drain dip when wash becomes dirty to prevent unpleasant odour.
    Hand dressing   1 : 320 (10 mℓ/3,2 ℓ water)   Mix required amount of solution. Thoroughly soak the coat and air or towel dry. DO NOT RINSE.
Treatment intervals: For tick and flea control, dip weekly in summer and every 2 weeks in winter. It is advisable to treat the dog’s environment to control immature stages of fleas and ticks. Use remaining wash or a flea powder. NOTE: Do not apply to puppies less than 3 months of age or nursing bitches.

“Head Count” Replenishment System for Cattle Plunge Dips

After dipping, add water to the dip tank to fill the dip tank to the required level. Then use the following table to calculate how much Coopers® Supadip needs to be added to the dip tank. 

Number of animals dipped Amount of Coopers® Supadip that needs to be added to the dip tank
10 46 mℓ
20 93 mℓ
50 232 mℓ
100 463 mℓ
1 000 4 633 mℓ

Note: 1 ℓ of Coopers® Supadip will replenish sufficient dip wash to dip 216 cattle.