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DAIRY HEIFERS. Dairy heifer replacements are important animals in a dairying operation as they represent the future viability of the herd. Failure to reach target mating weights, results in lower conception rates and reproductive wastage. Implementation of a regular parasite control programme from weaning is a critical part of achieving satisfactory heifer performance.

BEEF CALVES. Traditionally beef calves receive their first treatment at weaning. Evidence suggests that calves in some herds can suffer parasite burdens prior to weaning. This can warrant a strategic treatment before weaning to help increase weaning weights. A regular parasite control programme from weaning then ensures growth rates are maintained.

YEARLINGS. For yearlings the first treatment coming out of winter is crucial. The timing of this treatment is very important in order to remove inhibited Ostertagia before they emerge and cause damage. Treatment at six to eight week intervals will help maintain growth rates.

BULL BEEF. Bull beef also require a regular parasite management plan from weaning to ensure target weights are met. Due to the intensive nature of bull beef grazing it is important to use a combination such as ECLIPSE as part of an integrated parasite management plan. ECLIPSE will ensure parasite control, including resistant parasites, is achieved whilst delaying the onset of parasite resistance.



The world’s first dual action pour-on containing 10mg/mL abamectin and 200mg/mL levamisole. For the treatment and control of gastrointestinal worms, including those resistant to the avermectin/milbemycin family, lungworm and lice in cattle.


The world’s first dual action broad spectrum injection for cattle. ECLIPSE E is a unique formulation containing eprinomectin and levamisole. For the treatment and control of internal parasites, including endectocide resistance strains in cattle. No other injection is more effective.

Developed in New Zealand, for New Zealand conditions. Proudly available from your veterinary practice.

Eclipse E Injection

1mL/35kg dose by subcutaneous injection according to given weight range. Divide doses greater than 10mL between two injection sites to reduce occasional discomfort or site reaction. Do not treat calves below 88kg bw.

It is an offence for users to cause residues exceeding the relevant MRL in the New Zealand Food Standards.
MILK – 35 days
MEAT – 21 days
Where intramuscular injection may have occurred, animals producing meat or offal for human consumption must not be sold for slaughter during or within 91 days of treatment.

Eclipse Pour On

Apply along the backline from between the shoulders to the tail using the applicator. 1mL/20kg body weight (0.5mg/kg Abamectin and 10mg/kg Levamisole).

MILK – Milk intended for sale for human consumption must be discarded during treatment and for not less than 35 days
following the last treatment.
MEAT - Cattle producing meat or offal for human consumption must not be sold for slaughter either during treatment or within 35 days of the last treatment.