XP 820™ Insecticide Tags, 20 pack

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$47.65

XP 820™ Insecticide Tags, 20 pack

XP 820™ Insecticide Cattle Tag slow-release ear tag for cattle. First ever to contain abamectin (avermectins B1a and B1b), that has never been used before on cattle in the USA. Gold. Read More

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XP 820™ Insecticide Tags, 20 pack

XP 820™ Insecticide Cattle Tag slow-release ear tag for cattle. First ever to contain abamectin (avermectins B1a and B1b), that has never been used before on cattle in the USA.

XP 820™ aids in control of:

  • horn flies
  • Gulf Coast ticks
  • spinose ear tick
  • American dog ticks
  • cattle fever ticks
  • lone star ticks
  • face flies

A high loading of piperonyl butoxide synergizes the abamectin for maximum pesticidal action against horn flies, including strains resistant to synthetic pyrethroid and organophosphate insecticides. Also effective against ear ticks. Controls Horn flies with 2 tags per head.

Apply with Y-Tex Tagger (sold separately).

Approved for use on beef cattle, non-lactating dairy cattle, and calves. Ideal for rotation with all other insecticide resistance.



Attributes

  • Ingredient: Abamectin
  • Brand: Y-Tex
  • Insect Type: Horn Flies,Ear Ticks
  • Type: Ear Tag
  • Size: Pkg of 20
  • Accessory: Applicator
  • Color: Gold

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Great tags"

    Used these tags for the first time last year and there were almost no flies on their faces at all. They seemed to work very well for two to two and a half months straight which got us through the warm months.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "these work!"

    These work great for horn and face flies and ticks. Use two tags like the label says. Noticed less flies after we turned out and almost none later in the week.

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