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 Noromectin Oral + Se for Sheep

Noromectin Oral + Se for Sheep

Expiry – End of Sept 2017 


NZ$ 275.00

Noromectin Oral Plus Selenium is an ready to use solution of Ivermectin 0.8mg/mL with 0.4mg/mL Selenium, as sodium selenate for the use as a broad-spectrum antiparasitic treatment for sheep


Noromectin Oral Plus Selenium is effective in the treatment and control of the following Gastrointestinal roundworms, including infective 3rd stage – ‘L3’, 4th stage 'L4' and adults (including arrested or hypobiotic stages*):
Haemonchus contortus* Ostertagia circumcincta* Trichostongylus axei, T colubriformis, T vitrinus, Cooperia oncophora, Cooperia curticei,. Nemotodirus Spathiger, N filicollis,) Oesophagostomum venulosum. Strongyloides papillosus, Chabertia ovina and Trichuris ovis.

Lungworms: (immature and mature) Dictyocaulus filaria.

Nasal Bot: (all larval stages) Oestrus ovis.

Itch Mite: Psorergates ovis.


Noromectin Oral Plus Selenium is given orally through a standard drench gun, it has a wide safety margin and may be used at the recommended dose in sheep of all ages, and in breeding animals

DOSE RATE: 2.5mL per 10kg of bodyweight

Bodyweight Dose Rate Doses per 20L
11 – 20kg 5.0ml 4000
21 – 30kg 7.5ml 2666
31 – 40kg 10.0ml 2000
41 – 50kg 12.5ml 1600
51 – 60kg 17.5ml 1142
71 – 80kg 20.0ml 1000

Resistance can develop to any anthelmintic. To delay the onset of resistance:

  • It is advisable that a resistance test be conducted regularly when using any parasite treatment
  • Before dosing, weigh a group of animals to accurately calculate the dose
  • Choose the dose according to the heaviest animal
  • Do not under-dose
  • Check the accuracy of drench guns regularly
  • Do not change between drench families within the same season
  • Ask your local veterinarian or animal health adviser about recommended parasite management practices for your area. Follow these recommendations to reduce the potential for resistance to develop.

Withholding Periods

Meat: Sheep producing meat and offal for human consumption must not be slaughtered within 10 days after treatment.

Milk: Do not treat sheep producing milk for human consumption, or within 28 days before beginning lactation for human consumption.

Registered pursuant to the ACVM Act 1997 No. A9449