Glanvac 3 provides sheep and goats with protection against Cheesy Gland (CLA), tetanus and pulpy kidney. Glanvac 3 utilises Zoetis’ ultra-filtration technology, which selectively removes unwanted particles during the production process. This allows the vaccine to produce a more targeted immune response in sheep and goats, while providing producers with the convenience of a 1mL dose rate.
Features of Glanvac 3 For Goats
- Improve kidding percentages by preventing clostridial deaths such as pulpy kidney.
- Improve fleece quality and quantity by protecting against cheesy gland.
- Improve meat quality by reducing the incidence of cheesy gland.
Benefits of Glanvac 3 For Goats
- Protects your flock from disease.
- Improves lamb marking percentages by preventing clostridial deaths such as pulpy kidney.
- Improves meat quality through cheesy gland protection, ensuring export and domestic customers receive a quality product
- Control of caseous lymphadenitis (CLA); prevention of enterotoxaemia (pulpy kidney disease) and tetanus in sheep, and lambs.
- Treats and prevents White Muscle Disease in lambs in areas of known or suspected selenium deficiency. (Use only in areas of known selenium deficiency)
Sterilise all injections apparatus by boiling in water for ten minutes before use. Avoid use of strong disinfectants on apparatus.
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.
Keep needles sharp and clean. Replace frequently.
Use the shortest possible needle, not exceeding 15 mm in length. Avoid injection of animals during wet weather or under dusty conditions. Animals should preferable be inoculated in temporary yards on clean grass, as shearing sheds and fixed mustering yards are likely to be heavily contaminated with clostridial spores.
Localised swelling may develop at the site of injection and a firm nodular lump may persist for some weeks or even months. There may be temporary lameness. Goats may develop signs of anaphylactoid shock shortly after vaccination. Keep animals under close observation for one hour after vaccination and call a veterinarian immediately if signs of shock become evident.
Dosage and administration
- Inject 1mL subcutaneously on the side of the neck just behind and below the base of the ear.
- In previously unvaccinated animals of all ages, give a 1mL dose and repeat 4 weeks later.
- Goats require regular revaccination at 6 monthly intervals to maintain effective immunity against enterotoxaemia.
- Where possible give booster doses prior to the time of maximum risk eg transfer to lush pasture or grain feeding in the case of enterotoxaemia.
- Pregnant Does: Give previously unvaccinated animals 1mL at the time of mating; repeat at up to 4 weeks before the expected time of kidding. Omit the dose at mating in previously vaccinated animals.
- Vaccinated does will pass on immunity to their kids in the colostrum; kids should be protected for the first 6 to 8 weeks of life.
- 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.
Prices of Glanvac 3 For Goats
$80.00 – $230.00