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Corynebacterium Pseudotuberculosis Bacterin. For use in healthy goats, 3 months of age or older, as an aid in the prevention of Pyogranulomas/Caseous Lymphadenitis caused by Corynebacterium Pseudotuberculosis. Read More
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CL Bacterin Vaccine for Goats
Corynebacterium Pseudotuberculosis Bacterin
For use in healthy goats, 3 months of age or older, as an aid in the prevention of Pyogranulomas/Caseous Lymphadenitis caused by Corynebacterium Pseudotuberculosis.
Shake well and inject 1 mL SQ in the side of the neck. Give a 2nd dose 14 days after the first on the opposite side of the neck.
May cause local swelling.
Do not inject into the muscle, may cause carcass trim.
60-day slaughter withdrawal.
NOT approved for lactating goats.
NOTE:This vaccine is temperature sensitive, and we HIGHLY recommend that it be shipped Next Day Air.
- Brand: Texas Vet Labs
- Form: Injectable
- Prevention Type: Caseous Lymphadenitis (CL)
"CL vaccine by Texas Vet Lab"
An abscess that results from giving this vaccine is NOT a CL abscess. This is a killed bacterum. It cannot cause an active CL abcess. You folks who believe otherwise don't understand how vaccines work. You WILL most likely get an injection-site abscess with this vaccine. This means that the goat's body is reacting positively to the vaccine and creating antibodies. My herd was used in 2011 to test this vaccine. I know what I am talking about. Read my articles on this vaccine in the Dec 2015 issue of MeatGoatMania.
Last year I vaccinated and had some injection site swelling...this year almost to a one my goats developed an abscess at the site. I used sterile technique as well as a new needle and syringe for each goat. So all have demonstrated a caseous abscess to one extent or another. Several needed lanced. If no more after this it was worth it, but if they continue I made a mistake using this vaccine...here's hoping!
I was excited at first to finally have a vaccine for CL. I have vaccinated for 3 years now. Mostly get swelling at injection site. I have had several Boer X does that I vaccinated the first 2 years, then this past third year they got CL-type of abscesses in their jaw areas - AFTER 2 years of vaccines. SO, are they safe or are they infected? I called manufacturer and was told this vaccine is only effectiver 70-80% of the time.
I have a dozen goats. Four showed abcesses. 1 year later there have not been any abcesses appear. I vaccinate all my goats whether I am keeping or selling. If I have the opportunity a new animal is vaccinated with this product before I bring to my farm. A couple does had injection swellings. One has a dime sized spot that did not go away but a small price to pay. As my herd grows so does my use of this product. Very apprecitive to have a good product to use.
"Worth the adverse side effects"
I have had a chronic CL problem on my farm for about 8 years. I tried this vaccine this year and made it to the boosters. So far, I have not had a single Abscess in 12 months. I am a believer. 60 goats vaccinated so it must work!
"Unsure of results"
I've used this vaccine for three season and almost all my animals end up with injection site abcesses. I clean the injection site well and make sure I get it SQ. Still, they get an abcess.
"Happy with results"
Vaccinated 50 does on the right side of their necks. Each goat got it's own syringe/needle. No fevers, lamness, or abscesses. A few does had swelling at injection site. Most of which had cleared up already. Gave booster on left side of necks and experienced the same results. The does that swelled the first time swelled the second. But, no sickness.
Seven does and one whether, all 5 mos. old, were vaccinated. All but one doe developed a large lump at the injection site, some lumps were worse than others. One doe developed a limp (lameness in the front leg) on the same side as the injection site which has almost resolved now, 2 weeks later. The 2nd dose is due tomorrow.
I have 70 goats and have used this product every 6 months for several years. The CL incidence has gone down markedly, but not to zero. It used to be 85% infected with 50% or more several big bad lesions....it now runs about 15% infected and most with less than 3 small lumps. Definite improvement.
"Two Days Later"
Vaccinated 64 goats 2 days ago. No swelling or other side effects; now we wait for day 14 or second round of vaccinations. I hope it works.
I gave this to all 12 of my goats yesterday. No problems at all. Thanks!
"So far so good"
Out of 32 animals I only have two or three with localized swelling from the first injection. The goats DON'T appear bothered by it either. If it works it will be worth it.
A new goat farmer who has 5 young and 2 olders does. After doing much research I decided to use this product versus the CaseBac product it seems so many are using. Our goats also go localized lumps at injection site although nothing has developed yet. At this point I'm trusting the product and it's producers that this is the best route to get started with a long term clean herd....
I too got knots at the site of the injection on most of the goats innoculated. I will prob give under the arm in the future to avoid knots on the neck. Also, the 20 dose vial did not include 20 doses (I got 15ml from the first bottle and had to order a 2nd vial).
"Initial innoculation resulted in local swelling (a large bulge) as indicated where shot given -- on EVERY goat innoculated. Hope this 2nd shot given today (14 days after the first) doesn't have same results. Makes a ""non-vet"" kind of quesy to see these knots is reason for the *** -- trust it does indeed prevent CL! "