Insecticide and acaricide agent DELTABAG

For protection animals from ticks, flies, midges and other insects

  • Insecticidal and acaricidal effect

  • For treatment of animals and livestock buildings


DELTABAG is indicated for cattle, sheep, cats, dogs and fur animals against external parasites and for external use only; for treatment of livestock buildings against scabies mites, ixodid and argasid ticks, lice, flies and midges.

Composition of the insecticide:

1 ml DELTABAG concentrate for solution contains:

Deltamethrin 50 mg  as an active substance;

Biological activity:

The active substance of  DELTABAG is deltamethrin with a broad spectrum of insecticidal and acaricidal activity against scabies mites, ixodid and argasid ticks, lice, flies and midges. The insecticide has irritating and skin-resorptive effect. DELTABAG has a moderate toxicity for warm-blooded animals. In recommended doses and concentrations, the insecticide doesn’t cause local irritant and allergic effects. DELTABAG is effective against external parasites, which are resistant to organophosphorus and organochlorine compounds. The insecticide is toxic to fish and bees. After entering in the body of external parasites, Deltamethrin accumulates in the ganglia of peripheral nerves and inhibits their activity. The insecticide disrupts the coordination of the target species, and then causes its paralysis and death. DELTABAG is excreted with urine and feces in native form and in the form of metabolites.


Prepare a working solution immediately before use by preliminary dilution of stock solution in water in a ratio of 1: 4 with thorough mixing. Animals are treated by bathing, spraying or wetting the hair in accordance with the instructions for use of the insecticide.

Precautions and adverse reactions:

Do not use in sick and emaciated animals. Do not use simultaneously with organophosphorus pesticides that can impair metabolism, reduce the rate of biotransformation of the insecticide, and thus increase the toxicity of deltamethrin.

Avoid getting the insecticide on the mucosae of the animal. Neutralize the container, which is contaminated with the insecticide, for 5-6 hours with a 3-5% solution of anhydrous sodium carbonate, and then wash it with water. Neutralize the residues of the insecticide with a 5% solution of sodium hydroxide or a suspension of  bleaching powder in water (in a ratio of 1: 3). The insecticide is dangerous to aquatic life. Do not contaminate ponds waterways or ditches with the insecticide or used containers. Containers must be cleaned and rinsed thoroughly. Neutralize insecticide residues, pour them into a pit not less than 0.5 meters deep, which is located away from sources of water supply, reservoirs, rivers, grazing areas, and bury them.

The insecticide can be administered to animals at any stage of pregnancy and lactation.

Withdrawal period:

Animals must not be slaughtered for human consumption within 5 days after the last treatment. Meat of animals forcibly slaughtered earlier than the specified period may be used for feeding carnivores. Milk for human consumption may only be taken after 3 days from the last treatment. Milk of animals, which is taken earlier than the specified period, may be used for feeding animals.

Storage conditions:

Store in a dry, dark place at a temperature of 0C to +25C.


Shelf-life of the insecticide under appropriate storage conditions is 4 years from the date of manufacture.

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