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Prozap Screw Worm and Ear Tick Aerosol

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Prozap Screw Worm and Ear Tick Areosol provides wound protection from flies and maggots.

  • Contains violet marketing die to indicated treated animals and uniform coverage
  • Controls maggots, flies, scree worms, ticks (including ear ticks), gnats, lice and other insects
  • For use on beef cattle, dairy cattle, goats, sheep, hogs and horses

Specification Description
Main Ingredients: Permethrin
Type: Aerosol
Length: 2-1/4 in.
Product Type: Wound Care
Height: 7-5/16 in.
Size: 1 gal.
Width: 6 in.
Brand: Prozap
Manufacturer Part Number 1002520
Prozap Screw Worm and Ear Tick Aerosol is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Helped save my hen with flystrike!! Highly recommended for killing fly maggots from fly strike. Remove all you can then spray wound. Works!!
Date published: 2016-08-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product I had a ewe lamb develop fly strike three days after banding her tail. The flies got to her and laid eggs in her wool, which later hatched into maggots and ate her tail off and started eating the muscle tissue around the bone in her tail (I could see the bone about an inch into her body). So I picked out all the maggots I could, cut off the most of the eggs embedded in her wool, and I sprayed her wound with water, iodine, and as a final touch all over her butt I sprayed her with ProZap Screwworm Spray (it did stain her blue...she had licked most of it off by the next morning and she didn't develop any issues doing so). I know for a fact I didn't get all the eggs out, but this product did a great job of making sure the eggs didn't hatch. I also sprayed it on the other lamb as a preventative. I am REALLY loving this product and I wish I would've sprayed it on her WHEN docking instead of having her deal with flystrike. The poor 6 day old lamb couldn't even lay down because it had hurt her that bad.
Date published: 2012-06-13
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