CLiK™ Pour On Suspension
CLiK™ Pour On Suspension
CLiK™ Pour On is a water-based, ready-to-use pour on suspension containing 5% w/v dicyclanil, for the prevention of blowfly strike on sheep.
- Provides 16 weeks protection
- Contains FleeceBind™ technology for full fleece protection
- 40 days meat withdrawal
CLiK is available in the following bottle sizes: 0.8L ; 2.2L ; 5L
CLiK Pour On Product Information
Target activity of CLiK Pour On
CLiK prevents blowfly strike in sheep caused by Lucilia sericata and Wohlfahrtia magnifica. As an Insect Growth Regulator (IGR), CLiK stops blowfly larvae developing to the damaging second and third stage maggots, which cause flystrike.
CLiK contains Fleecebind™ technology, which ensures the formulation spreads and binds to the lanolin, providing full fleece* protection.
Hear why farmers choose CLiK™
Farmer Nigel Lloyd discusses how he uses the CLiK™ products to prevent flystrike in his sheep:
Special precautions for use in animals
The product is best applied before an anticipated blowfly challenge, or when a blowfly challenge is identified on or in the vicinity of the farm. Established strikes may require a separate treatment with a knockdown insecticide.
It is recommended that animals with dirty back-ends are dagged prior to application. If dagging or crutching is undertaken in the weeks following application, these animals should be re-treated, otherwise protection could be lost.
Do not apply during heavy rainfall, or when such conditions are expected. The resulting wash out may reduce the protection period.
Special precautions to be taken by the person administering CLiK to animals
- Operators should wear synthetic rubber gloves, a face mask and PVC trousers when applying the product.
- In case of skin contact remove contaminated clothing and thoroughly wash the affected parts of the body with soap and water.
- In case of eye contact rinse eyes with clean water for several minutes and contact physician for advice.
- In case of ingestion call for medical advice.
- Always wash hands with soap and water after handling sheep and before eating and drinking or smoking.
- Wash hands and exposed skin after working with recently treated sheep.
- Do not eat, drink or smoke whilst using the product.
Handling sheep in the weeks following treatment:
- Do not shear sheep in the 3 months after treatment.
- Handle sheep as little as possible after treatment as residues remain on the fleece for some weeks.
- If you need to handle sheep after treatment, wear coveralls and Wellington boots. If sheep are wet also wear waterproof trousers and coat.