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Catron IV for use on wounds to kill and repel ear ticks, mosquitoes, fly maggots, gnats, stable, horse, deer, face, house, and horn flies on beef and dairy cattle, sheep, goats, swine, and horses.

*This product cannot be shipped to AK or HI.

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What is Catron IV?

Catron IV is an aerosol spray which controls insects on beef cattle, dairy cattle, sheep, goats, hogs and horser.

Who is Catron IV for?

Horses and livestock

Why use Catron IV?

- Kills and controls crewworms, fleece worms, and other blow fly maggots - Protects wounds from flies. -Kills ear ticks -Protects beef cattle, dairy cattle, goats, sheeps, hogs and horses from attacks of stable flies -Controls blood sucking lice. -Controls poultry lice.

How does Catron IV work?

Catron IV is used on wound to kill and repel ear ticks, mosquitoes, fly maggots, gnats, stable, horse, deer, face, house, and horn flies on the beef and cattles.

Manufacturer:

Boehringer Ingelheim

Active ingredient(s):

Permethrin 0.50%, Other ingredients 99.50%

How is Catron IV sold?

10 oz

What are the side effects of Catron IV?

No side effects.

What special precautions are there?

Can be harmful if swallowed, absorbed through skin, or inhaled.

What to do if overdose?

In case of adverse reaction, consult your nearest animal hospital.

How can I store Catron IV?

Must be stored in a cool, dry area. Do not store below 32°F.

Helpful Tips:

-Always read and follow label instruction prior to usage. -Do not use or store near heat or open flames.

To kill and control screwworms, fleece worms (wool maggots) and other blow fly maggots in and around superficial wounds: Spray wounds thoroughly allowing spray to penetrate into pockets made by maggots. Apply over discharge around wound to prevent reinfestation. Treat at five to seven day intervals until wound is healed.
 
To protect wounds from flies: For castration, de-horning, docking, branding, wire and shear cut wounds, spray directly onto the wound and on surrounding area. Treat navels of newborn animals. Apply to drainage area below wound to prevent fly infestations. Repeat at five to seven day intervals until wounds are healed. Bacterial infections of wounds should be prevented or treated with supplemental disinfectants or appropriate antibiotic therapy.
 
To kill ear ticks: For spinose ear ticks: Spray downward directly into animal's ear. Retreat as necessary. For gulf coast ear ticks: Spray directly onto ticks on outer surface of animal's ear. Retreat as necessary.
 
To protect beef cattle, dairy cattle, goats, sheep, hogs and horses from attacks of stable flies, horse flies, deer flies, face flies, house flies, horn flies, mosquitoes and gnats: Spray about 3 seconds on each side being careful to spray back, withers and forelegs thoroughly. To protect from Face Flies, spray the face and head, but do not spray into eyes. Repeat treatment when flies are troublesome.
 
To control blood sucking lice: Apply to the infested areas of the animal using a stiff brush to get the spray to the base of the hair. Repeat every 3 weeks if required.
 
To control poultry lice: Spray roosts, walls and nests or cages thoroughly. This should be followed by spraying over the birds with a fine mist.

Permethrin 0.50%, Other ingredients 99.50%

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