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Sheepmeat Council : Sheepmeat 2015 2016
® with Pro-Active Dual Drench Technology PROTECT. PROLONG. PROGRESS. For more information visit startect.com.au 1. Little PR, Hodge A, Maeder SJ et al. (2011) Vet Parasitol; 181: 180–93. 2. Zoetis data on file, 2014. 3. Startect product label 2014. 4. Leathwick DM, Waghorn TS, Miller CM, Candy PM, Oliver A-MB (2012), Managing anthelmintic resistance – use of a combination anthelmintic and leaving some lambs untreated to slow the development of resistance to ivermectin. Veterinary Parasitology 187: 285–294. Zoetis Australia Pty Ltd. Level 6, 5 Rider Boulevard, Rhodes, NSW 2138. © 2015 Zoetis Inc. All rights reserved. www.zoetis.com.au › The first time a new class of sheep drench has been released in combination to better protect itself against resistance.1 › Containing the first active from the new SI class, derquantel, purposely combined with the powerful ML abamectin. › Works differently and has been proven to work where other drenches fail in over 200 local farm trials.2,3 › When used routinely, also extends the useful life of older, more fragile drenches, giving more drenching options in future.4 › 28-day Export Slaughter Interval (ESI)3 for speed to market and trading flexibility. Everyone’s talking about STARTECT ® Improved sustainability through better resistance management. NEW Some of the over 200 sheep producers from Startect’s first farm trials are shown above