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Control of cattle lice

by W. O. Haufe

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Published by Information Division. Canada Dept. of Agriculture in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Control,
  • Poux des bovidés, Lutte contre les,
  • Cattle lice

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby W.O. Haufe
    SeriesPublication / Dept. of Agriculture -- 1006
    ContributionsCanada. Dept. of Agriculture
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSF593 L5 C3 1962
    The Physical Object
    Pagination12 p. :
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25209201M

    Belinda Walker, Senior Regional Animal Health Manager, Surveillance & Biosecurity Operations, Gunnedah and published by NSW Department of Primary Industries - Lice irritate cattle, causing the cattle to bite, scratch and rub. This constant irritation can become a welfare issue. Lousy cattle may cause damage to fences, yards or trees which the cattle use as rubbing posts. Control of hide beetles, darkling beetles, stable flies, and houseflies ; Control of northern fowl mites infesting poultry ; Use in swine, poultry, dairy cattle, beef cattle, sheep, and horse premises ; A foundational pest management tool Elector PSP is flexible and effective.

    Cattle Deworming and Parasite Control. By deworming the herd, producers can control internal and external parasites such as stomach worms, intestinal worms, lungworms, grubs, lice, mange mites and more for an increased amount of gain up to 30 pounds. Lice; Ticks; Product Type. Spray Co-Ral ® Fly & Tick Spray mixes easily with water to form an emulsion which is easily applied with ordinary spray equipment. One spray treatment is highly effective for control of flies, lice and ticks (as indicated on the label) and provides residual control.

    For control of biting lice and horn flies. Apply 15 mL (1/2 ) per 45 kg ( lbs.) of bodyweight up to a maximum of mL (5 ) for any one animal. Pour along the back and down the face taking care to avoid the eyes, nose and mouth.   Cattle can have two types of lice: chewing (or biting) lice and sucking lice. These pests live their entire life cycle on the animal. Yes, some lice can fall off the animal and live in bedding for a few days, but that is of minor significance when we think about controlling the parasite.


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Control of cattle lice by W. O. Haufe Download PDF EPUB FB2

Maintaining cattle on a high plane of nutrition is the first step in lice control. “You need to ensure they’re healthy going into winter and well fed,” Williams says. Healthy cattle in good body condition have more resistance to lice and rarely carry heavy loads, he adds. BOOKS & DVDS (37) CATTLE () Control of cattle lice book.

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Quick View. Cattle Lice Control & Insecticides. Lice Control in Cattle February As we approach the mid-point Control of cattle lice book winter cattle lice populations will usually increase. Cattle lice are a cold season insect with populations most noticeable during December, January, February, and start to decline during March as sunlight increases and temperatures warm.

Winter-long control can be obtained only if cattle are treated late in the season when lice are starting to build up. “When the macrocyclic lactone products first came on the market, some drug companies gave a guarantee, saying one treatment would last through winter and if you found lice on any of your animals they would pay for retreatment.

Lice control in cattle should be considered as a separate treatment to worm control because lice and worm treatments are likely to be given at different times of the year. In cases where a herd is severly affected by lice, a treatment may be required for all groups of cattle in the herd.

Although ML products will suitably check a lice. Examine them before applying control measures. Part the animal’s hair where lice are most likely to be found and look for lice or for eggs attached to the hair.

Cattle lice may be controlled with insecticides applied by sprayers, backrubbers, dust bags, “pour-on” or injection methods.

Control Insecticides and regulations There are many commercially available insecticides registered for control of cattle lice. All must be used strictly in accordance with manufacturers’ directions. Read the label thoroughly.

Pay particular attention to the withholding periods required for meat and milk production, and to compatibility with other. Control of biting and sucking lice in cattle.

Biting and sucking lice cause intense irritation, resulting in scratching and rubbing, leading to damaged hides, yards and fences. Contented cattle will deliver improved weight gains and milk yield as well as decreasing your workload in repairs and maintenance.

Lice are a common problem in winter. Heavy infestations of sucking lice rob nutrition from cattle when they need it most, and chewing lice cause discomfort and itching.

A lice-infested animal may lose weight and become susceptible to disease. Bill Lias, Interstate Vet Clinic, Brandon, South. The species of sucking lice include: the longnosed cattle louse (Linognathus vitulii), the little blue cattle louse (Solenopotes capullati) and the shortnosed cattle louse (Haematopinus eurysternus).

Both biting and sucking lice are spread by direct contact, and are typically found along the animal’s topline, particularly around the withers. Flies, Lice & Ticks Facebook; LinkedIn; Flexible options to include in your external parasite management programs.

ARREST ® EASY-DOSE pour-on lice and fly treatment for cattle. Read more. CYDECTIN ® INJECTION FOR CATTLE treatment and control of internal and external parasites. Read more. Cattle Lice January The long-nose cattle louse, Linognathus vituli (Figure 4) is about mm in length, bluish in color and differs from other louse species by its long slender head.

This louse can be found on the dewlap, shoulders, sides of neck and rump, but when numbers are high, they can be found over the entire body. Less is more with Clean-Up II. Just one dose of Clean-Up II kills lice and their eggs, helping make your operation more efficient.

Less cattle handling — Keep cattle out of the chute and at the feed bunk. Less labor cost — Producers or hired hands only need to apply Clean-Up II once to control lice. Less time — Spend less time battling lice infestations.

CONTROL OF LICE AND MANGE MITES IN CATTLE Produced in consultation with the ECOA Animal Welfare Task Force, July INTRODUCION In a well managed organic herd where animals have freedom of movement, good nutrition and strong immune systems, the presence of lice and mites may have little impact.

However, when. Multiple pour-on formulations of 5% permethrin /5% piperonyl butoxide, 5% diflubenzuron/5% permethrin, and gamma-cyhalothrin are labeled for season-long control (~3–4 mo) of lice on beef and dairy cattle. Although both amitraz and spinosad are effective against lice, the last cattle products containing amitraz were removed from the USA market.

Lice irritate cattle, causing them to rub, lick, and chew on themselves. This nuisance distracts cows from eating and can break skin, resulting in infection. Use our selection of cattle lice control products to keep your cows happy, healthy, and lice free.

There are repellents natural or synthetic that will keep lice away from cattle. And there are traps for catching cattle lice. Insecticides must be used properly to achieve satisfactory control of lice.

Many louse-control products require two treatments, 10 to 14 days apart. Lice In Cattle & Sheep- Understanding This Parasite & Best Practice For Its Effective Control It’s that time of year where everyone begins to prepare for winter and to consider appropriate treatment of the parasitic problems that our stock carry in to housing, namely liver fluke, nematodes and ectoparasites.

When shopping with Valley Vet Supply, you will find our prices among the lowest anywhere on Pour-on, Spray & Dust. Paying less means better profit margins for the farm & ranch. Order now or request a free Farm & Ranch supply catalog. A cattle producer phoned recently, exasperated that the older cattle lice control options, such as the organo-phosphate pour-ons (Tiguvon and Warbex) are no longer available.

Cattle and goats can be infested with either chewing or sucking lice; sheep are mainly infested with chewing lice. Lice are usually host-specific, which means that different species of lice are found on cattle, sheep and goats. Conditions where infestations are likely to occur.

Winter through to early spring. The bites cause itching and irritation, so cattle rub, lick, and chew on themselves. This can cause damage to fence posts and other items they rub on for relief. Lice also affect performance. When the cattle are rubbing and scratching, they’re not eating or resting, which can cost a-quarter-to-a-half-pound of gain per-day.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Imes, Marion.

Cattle lice and how to eradicate them. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture,