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Arcanobacterium Pyogenes - Escherichia Coli - Mannheima Haemolytica - Pasteurella Multocida - Salmonella Typhimurium Antibody Bovine Origin. For prevention and treatment of enteric and respiratory... Read More
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For use as an aid in the prevention and treatment of enteric and respiratory conditions caused by the micro-organisms named in cattle and sheep.
Inject SQ or IM.
Calves 20 - 40 mL as soon after birth as possible;
Cattle 50 - 75 mL;
Sheep 10 - 15 mL.
Calves 40 - 100 mL;
Cattle 75 - 100 mL;
Sheep 20 - 40 mL;
Administer every 12- 24 hours intervals until improvement is noted.
- Brand: Colorado Serum
- Form: Injectable
- Prevention Type: Shipping Fever (Pneumonia), Respiratory, Scours
really like the results on goats and calves that have used it on. biggest issue is vendors not running out of size. Great for the livestock need to keep on hand.
I've been nursing an anemic goat back to health after a bad bout of barberpole worms. Bovi-Sera seems to have made more difference than anything else I've done (including daily B-12 shots--but don't stop doing those if you have an anemic goat!!). It is SO good to see Amy acting frisky again. Many people use Bovi-Sera when they transport their goats, and since I just had an entirely healthy little Angora come down with coccidiosis shortly after I bought her, I think I will keeping Bovi-Sera on hand for any new goats I acquire. I strongly recommend this product.
"Great for goats too"
A few years back a nasty virus went through my herd but two animals maintained completely healthy status. I contacted the breeder I bought them from and she stated they had been administered BoviSera before I brought them home... this was the ONLY difference between these two goats and the rest of my herd. I since used it on my own herd and have had outstanding results!
"Treat & Prevent Respiratory Problems"
If you want to maintain a healthy herd with a few problems as possible, then use Bovi Sera. It labled for sheep and cattle, but is highly recommended for newborn goat kids to help keep them healthy as soon as they are born. This is cost effective for larger goat herds.