Are worms affecting your sheep or goat herd? Worms can wreak havoc on herds if not controlled quickly: for small farmers it is easy to spot an animal suffering from worms.
With barbers pole worm, the animal will develop a swollen jaw (hence its popular name bottle jaw) and the animal may stand away from the herd. Other worms may cause profuse scouring or make the animal go off its feed.
Q-drench is a short acting, 4 way combination sheep drench. It is also effective on goats.
Using Q-drench as part of or within a season drench rotation will increase sheep productivity and help delay the development of parasite resistance to existing drenches.
- 4 active ingredients with 4 different modes of action in every dose
- Ideal for strategic drenching programs
- Delays development of resistant worm strains if used with caution
- Made in Australia for Australian conditions
- Cost effective, broad spectrum worm control
- Decent shelf line so can be kept on hand for smaller herds
Abamectin 1.0 g/L
Albendazole 25.0 g/L
Closantel 37.5 g/L
Levamisole hydrochloride 40.0 g/L
Treatment and control in sheep of sensitive strains of the following parasites of sheep.
Adult and immature gastrointestinal roundworms:
Barber’s Pole Worm ~ Haemonchus contortus - including inhibited L4 stage and strains with single, dual or triple resistance to macrocyclic lactones, benzimidazoles, levamisole or closantel, and strains with emerging resistance to closantel.
Small Brown Stomach Worm ~ Teladorsagia (Ostertagia) circumcincta - including inhibited L4 stage and strains with single or dual resistance to macrocyclic lactones, benzimidazoles or levamisole:
Black Scour Worm ~ Trichostrongylus colubriformis - including strains with single or dual resistance to macrocyclic lactones, benzimidazoles or levamisole.
Large Stomach Worm ~ Haemonchus placei
Stomach Hair Worm ~ Trichostrongylus axei
Black Scour Worm ~ Trichostrongylus vitrinus
Small Intestinal Worm ~ Cooperia spp
Thin-Necked Intestinal Worm ~ Nematodirus spp
Large Mouthed Bowel Worm ~ Chabertia ovina
Nodule Worm ~ Oesophagostomum columbianum
Large Bowel Worm ~ Oesophagostomum venulosum
Whip worm ~ Trichuris ovis
Intestinal threadworm ~ Strongyloides papillosus
Hookworm ~ Bunostomum spp
Nasal Bot ~ Oestrus ovis
Lungworm ~ Dictyocaulus viviparus (Large lungworm)
Liver Fluke ~ Fasciola hepatica - mature fluke and late immature forms including 6 week old stages. Reduces the output of viable fluke eggs.
Tapeworms ~ Monezia spp - heads and segments
Itch mite ~ Psorergates ovis
Dose rate 1 mL/5 kg
Liveweight (kg) Dose (mL)
Sheep in excess of 75 kg to be dosed at 1 mL per 5 kg bodyweight.
Meat: 28 days.
Milk: Do not use in female sheep which are producing, or may in the future produce, milk or milk products for human consumption.