Patriot Insecticide Cattle Ear Tags are for use on beef and non-lactating dairy cattle to control horn flies, Gulf Coast ticks, Spinose ear ticks*, and as an aid to control face flies, lice*, stable flies* and house flies*. The Patriot Insecticide Cattle Ear Tag is the only insecticide ear tag on the market that contains 40% diazinon. It is effective against pyrethroid-resistant horn flies for up to five months. It aids in the control of face flies, lice*, stable flies* and house flies*, and is for use with the Allflex Universal Total Tagger, including red pins and black clips.
Directions & Dosage
For adequate control of horn flies, attach one tag per animal. For optimum control of horn flies, control of ear ticks, and as an aid in the control of face flies, lice, stable flies and house flies, attach one tag to each ear (two per animal). Replace as necessary. PATRIOTTM tags have been proven to be effective against pyrethroid resistant horn flies for up to five months. Calves less than 3 months of age should not be tagged as ear damage may result. Disinfect pliers prior to use. Place female tag under clip by depressing lever. Collar on tag must be pointing down. Slide male button on pin. Align tip of male button with female portion of tag. Tag and button are now ready for application. Position tag on the inner flat surface in center of ear. Do not allow shaft of the male rivet to penetrate any cartilage rib or blood vessel or ear damage may result. We recommend that tag be rotated at a 90 angle for ease of application. Tag may also be extended outward from the plier in a striaght manner. When properly positioned, the tag should hang as shown.
- The only insecticide ear tag on the market that contains 40% Diazinon
- Effective against pyrethroid-resistant horn flies for up to five months