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Redact has been formulated to be extremely efficacious in the control of flies, lice and ticks on cattle and horses. The WC formulation, with Zeta sized particles for more contact and faster uptake, achieves up to 40% less spray drift than comparable EC formulations. Redact contains no Xylene has a lower odour profile and is kinder on equipment and surfaces – making it much safer for not only the treated animals but the applicator and environment as well.

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For the control of flies on cattle and horses, lice and ticks on cattle; and ants, cockroaches, fleas, flies, mosquitoes, spiders in domestic, industrial and public health areas


Contains 200g/litre cypermethrin in the form of an emulsion


Redact may be applied through spray races or by hand spraying. Redact has been approved for use `on lactating dairy animals, but care should be taken to avoid direct contamination of milk with the product. DO NOT mix and apply with teat sprays during milking. Do NOT apply to lactating dairy animals after they have been milked. DO NOT spray onto the teats of lactating cows. The photos below show the impact flies can gave on calves/Cows and then shows application of redact and then the same calf after application

Redact Features and Benefits

2oomls/ltr Cypermethrin

WC Formulation = Oil Emulsion dispersed in water – Contains no petroleum solvents

WC liquids have 40% less drift than EC formulations

WC has a low odour profile – less fumes

WC is kinder on equipment, surfaces and applicant

Low volatility, non-flammable

Zeta sized particle- smaller particle means more contact opportunity and quick uptake.

Fully recyclable packaging through AgRecovery program


Key Industries

Key industries is a New Zealand owned agrichemical and pest control company. Key industries provides a range of products that focuses on agricultural, conservation, horticultural, DIY and professional pest control that have been proven and tested to work in New Zealand conditions.