5 In 1 Vaccine For Goats

Vaccination protocols should be minimally aimed toward the prevention of diseases in your herd and should be developed in consultation with your local veterinarian. Details for Tasvax vaccine for cattle, sheep and goats. Doses 100ml: Sheep 50 100ml: Cattle 24 250ml: Sheep 125 250ml: Cattle 62 500ml: Sheep 250 500ml: Cattle 124 Protection against: Pulpy Kidney Black Disease Tetanus Blackleg Malignant Oedema in sheep, goats and cattle Note Goats are very susceptible to enterotoxaemia and for this reason it is necessary to give a booster at 4 to 6 monthly intervals.

Vaccinate previously unvaccinated bulls twice at intervals of 4 weeks minimum. Thereafter annual booster doses are required. Vaccinate previously unvaccinated cows at joining and booster 2 to 3 weeks prior to calving. This will protect calves for the first 8 to 10 weeks. Thereafter annual boosters 2 to 3 weeks prior to calving are required. Vaccinate calves at 2 months of age and give a booster dose at 4 weeks minimum. Thereafter annual booster doses are required.

Features of 5 In 1 Vaccine For Goats

  • Ultravac® 5in1 is a breakthrough in 5in1 technology.Zoetis’ unique ultra-filtration process creates a more pure vaccine that stimulates a targeted response by the immune system. This ensures rapid and effective protection against the dangerous clostridial diseases.
  • Ultravac® 5in1 represents a new generation of products. The ultra-filtration of the vaccine means that the recommended dose is 2mL for cattle and 1mL for sheep. This means less fridge space is required and fewer vaccine bottle changes are needed when vaccinating large numbers of stock.

Dosage and andministration

  • Cattle, including calves
    2mL followed by a second dose of 2mL 4 weeks later.
  • Sheep, including lambs
    1mL followed by a second dose of 1mL 4 weeks later.
  • The first vaccination should be given at lamb marking or at 6 weeks of age for calves. A second dose should be given 4 to 6 weeks later. A booster dose given 12 months after the two basic doses of vaccine should confer lifelong immunity against blackleg and tetanus. However, further annual boosters are required to maintain immunity against black disease and malignant oedema.
  • More regular doses may be required to maintain immunity against enterotoxaemia (pulpy kidney). These are best given prior to seasonal challenge and advice from your local veterinarian is recommended.
  • Annual booster doses should be given around four weeks before calving or lambing to ensure that passive immunity is passed onto the new-born calf or lamb via the colostrum (first milk).
  • Vaccine can be used for 30 days after opening providing correct storage instructions are followed.
  • This product can be stored and used for up to 30 days after first opening. On each subsequent reuse, swab the opening with a suitable disinfectant (for example, methylated spirits) both before and after using. A sterile needle must be used each time product is removed. Store unused material upright, at 2°C to 8°C (refrigerated) and in the original cardboard packaging to protect from light.


  1. Sterilise all injection equipment by boiling in water for 10 minutes before use. Avoid use of strong disinfectants.
  2. Maintain cleanliness at all times during vaccination. Great care must be taken to avoid contamination of the vaccine, needle and internal parts of the syringe by contact with unsterile surfaces or unwashed hands.
  3. Keep needles sharp and clean. Replace frequently.
  4. Use the shortest possible needle, not exceeding 15mm in length.
  5. As far as possible avoid injection of the animals during wet weather or under dusty conditions.
  6. This product must be injected only under the skin. (subcutaneously).
  7. If possible inject high on the neck behind the ear, i.e. under the skin on the side of the neck (just behind and below the base of the ear). Do not inject at any other site.

Vaccination schedule for goats

S.No.Name of DiseaseTime Table
Primary vaccinationRegular Vaccination
1.AnthraxAt the age of 6 month for kid or lambOnce Annually (In Affected area only)
2.Haemorrhagic Septicemia (H.S.)At the age of 6 month for kid or lambOnce Annually Before monsoon
3.EnterotoxaemiaAt the age of 4 month for kid or lamb (If dam is vaccinated)At the age of 1st week for kid or lamb(If dam is not vaccinated)Before monsoon (Preferably in May). Booster vaccination after 15 days of first vaccination.
4.Black Quarter (B.Q)At the age of 6 month for kid or lambOnce Annually (Before monsoon)
5.P.P.R.At the age of 3 month for kid or lamb & aboveOnce in three years
6.Foot & mouth disease (F.M.D.)At the age of 4 month for kid or lamb & aboveTwice in a year (September & March)
7..Goat PoxAt the age of 3 month & above for KidOnce Annually (December month)
8.C.C.P.PAt the age of 3 month & above for Kid or lambOnce Annually (January month)

Prices of 5 In 1 Vaccine For Goats

$64.95 – $74.95

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