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Bar Vac® CD/T (Cl. Perfringens, Types C & D plus Tetanus Toxoid) Vaccine for immunizing sheep, goats & cattle against tetanus & overeating disease (enterotoxemia) caused by CI. Perfringens & Types C & D. Safe for pregnant cows. Read More
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Vaccine for immunizing sheep, goats & cattle against tetanus & overeating disease (enterotoxemia) caused by Cl. Perfringens & Types C & D.
Safe for pregnant cows.
Sheep & Goat: 2 mL
Cattle: 5 mL
Repeat in 21-28 days and once annually.
- Brand: Boehringer Ingelheim
- Form: Injectable
- Prevention Type: Digestive, Tetanus
If you give subcutaneous injections incorrectly that produces lumps and I have seen lots of them by vets and goat caretakers. For kid goats the regimen is much more often - 2 weeks (at time of disbudding and/or castration), 4 weeks, 8 weeks, 12 weeks, 6 months, 9 months at 1 cc and then starting at 1 year of age and each year thereafter at 2 cc; also, pregnant does need an extra booster 4 weeks prior to kidding. I have used this product for 28 years of successful goat care and it has worked great. Hope this helps.
I will never use this brand again! My goats ended up having lumps. I didnt know what happened to them at first,as I was checking out one doe, she pulled away and it pulled a scab off, it left a hole in her skin. I had a few more does with lumps, but i treated all lumps with anitbiotic ointment. I will not use this one ever again.
"Didn't work for me"
I had breakthrough entero when using this product. I boostered them twice a year, still had breakthroughs. If you are going to use this product, you should plan to vaccinate four times a year, and that may not work either.
We have used this vaccine on our adult does and bucks yearly and on our new kids each year. It works in preventing overeating disease and tetanus in our herd. It is a must have in our medicine supplies.
Highly recomend this vaccine. It is very economical to use even with larger herds. We use this CDT vaccine on all our goats once a year. There have never been any side effects.