Flukazole C oral dewormer for cattle, sheep and goats

Indications of Flukazole C

(Available for delivery from Ani-Mall)

Flukazole C oral drenching dewormer can be used for sheep, goats and cattle to target Roundworms and Liver fluke.

Disadvantages of Endoparasites

Roundworm and Liver fluke is a consistent problem in commercial and communal farming areas and especially where farming is done in wet areas it can become a serious problem. Cattle, sheep and goats are debilitated by the internal parasites and can be killed by them and they also reduce overall resistance to other diseases.

Using Flukazole C, as directed, treats early (2 weeks), immature to late immature (4-6 weeks) and adult Liver Fluke (Fasciola hepatica). As well as Giant Liver Fluke (Fasciola gigantica) at 3 weeks, 6 weeks and adult.

Benefits of Flukazole C

The farmer will benefit from two active ingredients – Triclabendazole and Oxfendazole. The combination targets all the bloodsucking roundworm species – immature and adult – which are the most debilitating for sheep, goats and cattle.

It controls benzimidazole-sensitive mature and immature roundworms and lungworms, such as:

In cattle:

  • Wireworm (Haemonchus placei)
  • Brown Stomachworm (Ostertagia ostertagi)
  • Cattle Bankruptworm (Cooperia spp.)
  • Hookworm (Bunostomum phlebotomum)
  • Nodular worm (Oesophagostomum radiatum)
  • Lungworm (Dictyocaulus viviparous)

As well as these in sheep and goats:

  • Large mouth bowel worm (Chabertia spp)
  • Long-necked bankrupt worm (Nematodirus spp)
  • Lung worm (Dictyocaulus spp)
  • Bankrupt worm (Trichostrongylus spp)
  • White bankrupt worm (Strongyloides spp)
Strategic use of Flukazole C
  1. Sheep and Goats:
    December/January in a normal rain season for Roundworm, and  Liver fluke in May-July
  1. Cattle:
    Calves when weaned (April-July) and pasture backgrounded where both roundworm and liver fluke has an effect on these animals. Older cattle can also be dewormed in June for Liver fluke.
Best to use the product in conjunction with Faecal analysis at your veterinarian.