- Delivery Info
Blackleg Vaccination to stimulate active immunity against Blackleg (Clostridium chauvoei infection) in cattle and sheep.
DOSAGE: passive immunity is at least 4-6 weeks provided that lambs receive adequate quantities of colostrum in the first 12 hours after birth.- injection in the lateral side of the upper neck observing aseptic precautionsCattle and sheep: 2 ml/dose, two injections separated by an interval of 3-4 weeks to animals from 3 months of age onwards, immunisation to be completed 2-3 weeks before the period of risk, revaccination with a single booster injection 2-3 weeks before the period of risk and the interval for booster injections should be no more than 12 months. Sheep: two injections should be given preferably separated by an interval of at least 6 weeks with the second vaccination being given 3-4 weeks before lambing. Subsequent pregnancies: a single booster injection 3-4 weeks before lambing, Ewes can be vaccinated during late pregnancy, Lambs may be vaccinated from 3 weeks of age onwards: two injections with an interval of 3-4 weeks to be completed 2-3 weeks before the period of risk.
DIRECTIONS OF USE: vaccine bottle must be shaken well before use, Syringes and needles must be from gamma-irradiated packs or freshly sterillised by boiling for at least 20 minutes,no alcohol or disinfectants and recommended that a automatic vaccinator be used since non-collapsible with a vented draw off spike.