CL Bacterin Vaccine, 20 dose - 20 Dose

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$37.99

CL Bacterin Vaccine, 20 dose - 20 Dose

CL Bacterin Vaccine is 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. 20 Dose Read More

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Dosage: 20 Dose (In Stock)

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$37.99

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CL Bacterin, 20 Dose

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 for a charge of $18.95. Add Next Day Air during checkout.

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  1. 3.0 out of 5 stars

    "hoping for the best"

    I agonized over deciding if I wanted to start a CL vaccination program within my meat goat herd - after reviewing any/all information about the vaccine and getting as many opinions from seasoned breeders that do vaccinate, this is what I have experienced thus far: 1. The bottle is a cloudy white (same as the vaccine) so its VERY hard to see how much vaccine is left in the bottle when you are getting to the bottom. 2. I only got 19 doses out of a 20 dose vial. 3. It is VERY thick so for drawing up and injecting, you need to use a large needle (at least a 18g) for better ease. 4. Every goat I injected (SQ in the side of the neck as indicated by the directions) had some type of localized reaction - a few even had 'fist' sized nodules that have become very firm. 5. As the directions indicate, doses are 2 weeks apart, the first dose I gave, none of my goats seemed bothered by the vaccine (besides the firm swelling) but the second dose, I have 2 goats that seem lethargic as a secondary reaction. I guess in the end, these 'issues' are minor compared to actually having to deal with a CL infected herd - but I wanted to address the issues I had with this vaccine.

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