One dose of TASVAX® 8 contains the immunizing antigens of Cl. chauvoei, C. haemolyticum, C. novyi Type B, C. perfringens Types B, C & D, C. septicum and C. tetani, with potassium alum adjuvant.
Features of 8 In 1 Vaccine For Sheep
For the vaccination of cattle and sheep against diseases caused by C. chauvoei (black leg), C. haemolyticum (bacillary hemoglobinuria), C. novyi Type B (black disease or infectious necrotic hepatitis), C. perfringens Type B (lamb dysentery), Type C (hemorrhagic enterotoxemia), Type D (pulpy kidney), C. septicum (malignant edema) and C. tetani (tetanus).
Benefits of 8 In 1 Vaccine For Sheep
- 8 in 1- helps prevent 8 clostridial disease (contains 5 in 1 as above + helps prevent lamb dysentery and post parturient gangrene in ewes). Does not prevent cheesy gland.
- Scabigard (scabby mouth)- This is a single dose live vaccine. You only use this vaccine if you have a history of scabby mouth on your property or have biosecurity concerns.
Dosage and administration
Cattle: In order that a balanced response to vaccination is obtained, a primary course of two injections of 4 mL each should be given with an interval of 6 weeks between injections. To maintain a constant high level of immunity, booster injections should be administered at intervals of 6 months, or when outbreaks are seasonal, at least 2 weeks before the anticipated outbreak. Calves vaccinated under 3 months of age should be revaccinated at 4-6 months of age. Calves vaccinated at 3 months of age or older should be revaccinated 6 weeks later. Inject subcutaneously with strict aseptic precautions.
Sheep: On being vaccinated for the first time, all classes of sheep must be given a 4 mL dose followed by a further 2 mL dose 6 weeks later. This primary course should be completed at least 2 weeks before maximum immunity is required. This may be either a period of risk or, in pregnant ewes, during lambing. Revaccination with 2 mL is required at six-month intervals for continuous protection, but where there is no period of risk in the winter annual revaccination is all that is necessary. In lambing flocks, pregnant ewes should be injected 2 weeks before lambing is due to commence. They will then be able to pass on enough antibodies in the colostrum to enable their lambs to be passively protected for the first 12-16 weeks of life, provided the lambs suck normally within the first 12 hours of birth. Replacements born of vaccinated ewes should receive the first dose of the primary course at 10-12 weeks of age. Administration is by subcutaneous injection. Injections should be made through an area of clean, dry skin, over the chest wall, behind the shoulder, observing strict aseptic precautions.
For the active immunisation of sheep as an aid in the control of lamb dysentery, pulpy kidney, tetanus, blackleg, black disease and clostridial metritis caused by the organisms listed below. The vaccine may be used as an aid in the control of pneumonic pasteurellosis in sheep of all ages, minimum age of 3 weeks and in the control of systemic pasteurellosis in weaned fattening and breeding sheep. Multivax P-Plus may be used in pregnant ewes as an aid in the control of lamb dysentery, pulpy kidney, tetanus and pasteurellosis in their lambs provided that the lambs receive sufficient immune colostrum during the first 1 to 2 days of life.
Combined 7-in-1 Clostridial plus Pasteurella vaccine. An opaque fluid vaccine containing toxoids of Clostridium perfringens types B, C and D, Clostridium septicum, Clostridium tetani, Clostridium novyi type B, and formalin killed cells and toxoids of Clostridium chauvoei and iron-regulated antigens from the epidemiologically most important serotypes of Mannheimia (Pasteurella) haemolytica and Pasteurella trehalosi in buffered physiological saline adsorbed onto aluminium hydroxide.
Prices of 8 In 1 Vaccine For Sheep
$35.00 – $80.99