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CORRECT APPLICATION TECHNIQUE IS IMPORTANT TO ACHIEVE THE BEST RESULTS.
CLiK™ Extra, CLiK Spray-On and CLiKZiN™ Spray-On have slightly different application techniques. Please take a moment to learn these differences.

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APPLICATION TECHNIQUES

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BODY STRIKE

On sheep weighing up to and including 30 kg, apply one 15 cm wide band from the base of the neck to the tail along the backline. On sheep weighing more than 30 kg, apply two 15 cm wide bands from the base of the neck to the tail along the backline. Ensure the bands overlap along the midline (Diagram 1).

BREECH STRIKE

On sheep weighing up to and including 30 kg, apply one band in an arc across the breech. On sheep weighing more than 30 kg, apply two overlapping bands in an arc across the breech (Diagram 1).

POLL STRIKE

Apply 5 mL of CLiK Extra around the poll and horns of rams and other sheep susceptible to poll strike. (Diagram 1).

MULESING WOUNDS

Apply two bands, one over each side of the mulesing wound and overlapping 25 mm onto the surrounding wool (Diagram 2).

MARKING WOUNDS

If the tail has been amputated, apply 4 mL over the crutch and ensure sufficient coverage of the open wound (Diagram 3). If the tail has not been amputated, ensure sufficient coverage of the tail where the rubber ring has been applied. In the case of ram lambs, a further 4 mL can be sprayed over and around the scrotum area after the rubber ring has been applied.

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BODY STRIKE

Apply two 15 cm wide bands from the base of the neck to the tail along the backline. Ensure the bands overlap along the midline (Diagram 4).

BREECH STRIKE

Apply as one band in an upward direction over the breech area (Diagram 4).

POLL STRIKE

Apply 5 mL of CLiK Spray-On around the poll and horns of rams and other sheep susceptible to poll strike (Diagram 4).

MULESING WOUNDS

Apply two bands, one over each side of the mulesing wound and overlapping 25 mm onto the surrounding wool (Diagram 5).

MARKING WOUNDS

If the tail has been amputated, apply 4 mL over the crutch and ensure sufficient coverage of the open wound (Diagram 6). If the tail has not been amputated, ensure sufficient coverage of the tail where the rubber ring has been applied. In the case of ram lambs, a further 4 mL can be sprayed over and around the scrotum area after the rubber ring has been applied.

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BODY STRIKE

On sheep weighing up to and including 30 kg, apply one 15 cm wide band from the base of the neck to the tail along the backline. On sheep weighing more than 30 kg, apply two 15 cm wide bands from the base of the neck to the tail along the backline. Ensure the bands overlap along the midline (Diagram 7).

BREECH STRIKE

On sheep weighing up to and including 30 kg, apply one band in an arc across the breech. On sheep weighing more than 30 kg, apply two overlapping bands in an arc across the breech (Diagram 7).

POLL STRIKE

Apply 5 mL of CLiKZiN Spray-On around the poll and horns of rams and other sheep susceptible to poll strike (Diagram 7).

MARKING WOUNDS

If the tail has been amputated, apply 5 mL over the crutch and ensure sufficient coverage of the open wound (Diagram 8). If the tail has not been amputated, ensure sufficient coverage of the tail where the rubber ring has been applied. In the case of ram lambs, a further 5 mL can be sprayed over and around the scrotum area after the rubber ring has been applied or after knife castration.

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COMPARISON CHART

ClickExtra ClickSpray On ClickZin
Length of protection: Up to 29 weeks1 Length of protection: 18 — 24 weeks1 Length of protection: Up to 11 weeks1
Prevents body strike: Tick Image Prevents body strike: Tick Image Prevents body strike: Tick Image
Prevents breech strike: Tick Image Prevents breech strike: Tick Image Prevents breech strike: Tick Image
Prevents poll strike: Tick Image Prevents poll strike: Tick Image Prevents poll strike: Tick Image
Protects marking wounds: Tick Image Protects marking wounds: Tick Image Protects marking wounds: Tick Image
Protects mulesing wounds: Tick Image Protects mulesing wounds: Tick Image Protects mulesing wounds: Cross Image
Application timing: Any wool length Application timing: Any wool length Application timing: From 3 weeks after shearing
Wool withholding period: 3 months Wool withholding period: 3 months Wool withholding period: 1 month
Meat withholding period: 21 days Meat withholding period: 28 days Meat withholding period: 7 days
ESI: 9 weeks (63 days) ESI: 9 weeks (63 days) ESI: 21 days

Milk withholding period: Do not use on ewes which are producing or may in the future produce milk that may be used or processed for human consumption.

Rehandling interval: After treatment, wait until sheep are dry before re-handling

FOR EXTRA PEACE OF MIND

CLiK Extra gives you extra peace of mind that your sheep, either off-shears or with any length wool, have the longest protection available against flystrike, particularly with unpredictable fly seasons.

Refer to registered label for full information. Apply in accordance with label directions. Incorrect application, spray drift, soiling of wool or heavy rain following the application of these products could diminish the period of protection. Where significant dags are present, a light crutching is indicated prior to treatment. Reduced efficacy may occur in sheep affected with dermatophilosis. Do not apply at the same time as any other backline product. Do not dilute or mix with any other product. These products are not recommended for treating existing strikes. Elanco, CLiK™, CLiKZiN™, Rain Lock™ and the diagonal bar are trademarks of Elanco or affiliates. ©2021 Elanco or its affiliates.