Cows and Heifers: To prevent mastitis.
- For herd immunisation of healthy cows and heifers, in dairy cattle herds with recurring mastitis problems, to reduce the incidence of sub-clinical mastitis and the incidence and the severity of the clinical signs of clinical mastitis caused by Staphylococcus aureus, coliforms and coagulase-negative staphylococci.
- The full immunisation scheme induces immunity from approximately day 13 after the first injection until approximately day 78 after the third injection (equivalent to 130 days post-parturition).
- It can be used during pregnancy and lactation.
- Slight to moderate transient local reactions may occur after the administration of the vaccine, which disappears within 1 or 2 weeks at most.
Intramuscular, into the neck muscles.
- The injections should be preferably administered on the alternate sides of the neck.
- Administer the vaccine at a room temperature between +15 and +25 ºC.
- Shake before use.
Cows and Heifers: 2 ml/animal.
- Generally, the following vaccination programme is recommended:
First injection: at 45 days before the expected parturition date.
Second injection: 35 days thereafter (corresponding to 10 days before the expected parturition date).Third injection: 62 days after the second injection (equivalent to 52 days post-parturition).The full immunisation programme should be repeated with each gestation.
- The whole herd should be immunised. Immunisation has to be considered as one component in a complex mastitis control program that addresses all importantudder health factors (e.g. milking technique, dry-off and breeding management, hygiene, nutrition, bedding, cow confort, air and water quality, health monitoring) and other management practices.
WITHDRAWAL TIME: Zero days.
- Store at +2 to +8 ºC, avoiding freezing. Protect from light.
PACKAGING: Pack of 20 vials of 1 dose, 5 dose vial, 25 dosebottle.