NOROMECTIN 1.87% ORAL PASTE
NOROMECTIN 1.87% ORAL PASTE
Noromectin 1.87% Oral Horse Paste Wormer containing Ivermectin 1.87% w/w. Each syringe delivers 120mg ivermectin, sufficient to treat 600kgs of bodyweight.
Noromectin 1.87% Oral Paste for Horses kills the adult and some larval stages of the important internal parasites of horses. Noromectin 1.87% Oral Paste for Horses at the recommended dose rate of 200g ivermectin per kg bodyweight is indicated for the treatment of the following internal parasites of horses:
Large strongyles (redworms): adults and 4th larval (arterial) stages of Strongylus vulgaris, adults and tissue larval stages of S. edentatus and adults of S. equinus.
Adult small strongyles (redworms) including benzimidazole resistant strains: Cyathostomum catinatum, Cyathostomum pateratum, Cylicocyclus ashworthi, Cylicocyclus elongatus, Cylicocyclus insigne, Cylicocyclus leptostomum, Cylicocyclus nassatus, Cylicocyclus radiatus, Cylicostephanus asymetricus,
Cylicostephanus bidentatus, Cylicostephanus calicatus, Cylicostephanus goldi, Cylicostephanus longibursatus,Cylicostephanus minutus, Cylicodontophorus bicornatus and Gyalocephalus capitatus.
Adult and immature lungworms: Dictyocaulus arnfieldi.
Pinworms: Adult and immature Oxyuris equi.
Ascarids: Adult and 3rd and 4th stage Parascaris equorum.
Hairworms: Adult Trichostrongylus axei.
Intestinal threadworms: Adult Strongyloides westeri.
Neck threadworms: Microfilariae of Onchocerca spp.
Oral and gastric larval stages of stomach bots: Gasterophilus spp.
Ivermectin is not effective against encysted larval stages of the small strongyles.
Dosage & Administration:
Noromectin 1.87% Oral Paste for Horses is administered orally at a single dose rate of 200g/kg of bodyweight. One syringe division of paste should be administered per 100kg bodyweight (based on the recommended dosage of 200g/kg). Each syringe delivers 140mg ivermectin, sufficient to treat 700kg of bodyweight. The tip of the syringe barrel should be inserted at the interdental space (the gap between the front and back teeth). The horse’s head should be raised
for a few seconds after dosing.
Horses’ weight should be accurately determined for the correct use of the paste. The animal’s mouth should be free of food to ensure swallowing.
For best results all horses in a yard or grazing together should be included in a regular parasite control programme and treated at the same time.
All horses should be included in a regular parasite control programme, with particular attention being paid to mares, foals and yearlings. Foals should be treated initially at 6-8 weeks of age and routine treatment repeated as appropriate. Retreatment should be carried out according to the epidemiological situation, but not less than at a 30 day interval.
Do not use the same syringe to treat more than one animal unless horses are running together or in direct contact with each other on the same premises.
Horses should not be treated within 34 days of slaughter for human consumption. Not to be used in mares producing milk for human consumption