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Corathon Ear Tags

Other products by Bayer Healthcare Corp.

* For use on beef and non-lactating dairy cattle
* Contain 15% coumaphos and 35% diazinon.

Corathon Ear Tags from Bayer are for use on beef and non-lactating dairy cattle to control face flies, horn flies (including pyrethroid-resistant populations), gulf coast ticks and spinose ear ticks.

Use new fiber technology, FyberTek, to put more active ingredient into a single tag. Contain a total of 50% organophosphates: 15% coumaphos and 35% diazinon.

For optimum control (up to 5 months), use 2 tags per mature animal or 1 tag per calf. For adequate control, use 1 tag per mature animal. Use Allflex Universal Total Tagger. Light blue tag.

Not for sale in CA

Item # Size/Color UPC # MFR # Special Order Hazard Direct Ship FOB Weight Each Case Qty FOB Tier Order
Per Each
Per Each
Per Each
81-10 20's 724089311979 003-81531197         12  
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