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A multivalent antitoxin that treats and prevents Clostridial enterotoxemia in cattle, sheep, and goats caused by Types B, C, D toxin and Type C in swine. Inject vaccine SQ as soon as possible... Read More
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Clostridium Perfringes Antitoxin VaccineA multivalent antitoxin that treats and prevents Clostridial enterotoxemia in cattle, sheep, and goats caused by Types B, C, D toxin and Type C in swine.
Inject vaccine SQ as soon as possible after birth for better protection. Passive immunity lasts for up to 21 days.
Suckling lambs, goats and pigs:
Suckling calves, feeder lambs and pigs:
Feeder calves and cattle:
25 mL for prevention.
Double doses for treatment.
21-day slaughter withdrawal.
- Brand: Colorado Serum
- Form: Injectable
- Prevention Type: Digestive
"I would have dead goats without Jeffers!"
I just can't say enough great things about Jeffers! This c&d antitoxin LITERALLY saved 2 of my goats lives. I can not understand why NONE of the local farm supply stores carry it. So many people think that if you have the cd/t shot, then you don't need the c&d antitoxin but that is VERY wrong. This shot is VERY helpful for eliminating toxins from the body for goats. It's primarily for treating enterotoxemia (over eating disease) but it is helpful for most any problem with goats that have severe ruminal stress. Acidosis is another great use for it. Splurge on the 1 day shipping and pay the extra 1$ for an extra ice pack. I paid for 1 day shipping and got my order 16 hours later! Jeffers is THE BEST, hands down, no contest!
"Jeffers Came Through!"
I needed this so badly during an ice storm and Jeffers worked with me to make that happen after the first shipment was undeliverable due to the storm. Always a product to have on hand if you have goat kids, or for any new animals coming to your farm.
They had what I needed
No vets within 100 miles of here carry this. It has saved two of my goats and one of a total strangers who drove 70 miles just to get it into her goat asap!
how can this product be on indefinite backorder when it is so vital to saving a goats life????? what are we to do without it on the shelves?