A Flexible, Efficient Solution
Vectocert offers the benefits of the prevention and treatment of blowfly strike with the added advantage of a short eight day meat withhold – offering valuable flexibility when drawing lambs throughout the season.

Vectocert can also be used for the treatment and control of headflies and the treatment of ticks and biting lice on sheep.


  • Six – Eight week blowfly strike prevention
  • Short Eight – day meat withhold
  • Proven formulation
  • All year round use
  • Contains 48 hour blue dye to assist with the identification of treated sheep

Offering Excellent Value To Farmers!

Size: 5 Litre

Please call for prices – 0114 288 2465
Collection / local delivery only.


Vectocert Fact Sheet

Downland Vectocert Fact Sheet – Why be confident in VECTOCERT? Because the licensing is very thorough – pdf

Downland Vectocert leaflet – pdf

Downland Fly Strike in Sheep Editorial - CPD related

Downland Fly Strike in Sheep Editorial – CPD related – pdf

1.25% w/v Pour-on solution for sheep containing 1.25% w/v cypermethrin

Vectocert is licensed for the treatment and control of strike as well as for control of TICKS lice and headflies. It has a short withdrawal period of 9 days and is a very effective product for ectoparasite control and treatment.
When used correctly it will give between 6-8 weeks protection against blowfly strike.

Contains cypermethrin, POM-VPS. For further information see the SPC, farmers should contact their animal medicines supplier SQP, veterinary surgeon or Downland Marketing Ltd, 15 Victoria Place, Carlisle, CA1 1EW. Use medicines responsibly:
Offering Valuable Flexibility when Drawing Lambs Throughout the Season.

The Best Advice
Ensure you are ready for action against blowfly strike. The disease is potentially at its worst from June until September-October.

Blowfly Strike poses a serious welfare challenge to animals and can significantly affect farm profitability. More than 80 per cent of sheep flocks are hit by blowfly strike every year.

Figures from AHDB show the total cost to the sheep industry is £2.2 million a year. As well as animal deaths there are losses from damaged wool and fleeces, plus the cost of treatment and strike control.

Size: 5 Litre


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