When administered to healthy sheep according to label directions, will aid in the prevention and control of caseous lymphadenitis, a disease characterized by localized collections of pus in the tissues of the body.
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- Corynebacterium Pseudotuberculosis Bacterin Toxoid
- 20 mL, 10 doses
- 100 mL, 50 doses
How To Use
Shake before using so that the adjuvant, which may precipitate to some extent while the product is held in inventory, is well distributed at the time of use. Thereafter inject 2 mL subcutaneously (axillary space). Repeat the full 2 mL dose four (4) weeks later (axillary space opposite to the first dose). A booster dose of 2 mL should be administered annually.
Slight lameness (soreness) in lambs may be observed, along with lethargy, in a percentage of the mature animals following vaccination. Sheep are inclined to become depressed and may limp after foreign substances are administered or because of the increased exertion and stimulation of vaccination. While noticeable, these symptoms usually disappear within 24-48 hours and can be considered minor vaccination reactions. If suggested care is taken in preparing the vaccination equipment and in administering the product there should not be abscessation at the site of injection.
Please note: Most vaccines recommend the use of entire contents when first opened.